Welcome to Coastal

YOUTH

Coastal Community Church is passionate about the next generation.

High School

We do our best to provide an environment where high school students (9th – 12th) can build their faith upon a practical Biblical foundation that will help them to know and follow Jesus. Through service opportunities, incredible worship experiences, and weekly community groups, students will learn to what it means to follow Christ daily. Our staff and volunteers value the importance of discipleship and genuine relationships that propel students further into a deeper love for Jesus. Your teenager will love being a part of Coastal Youth. Flip-flops welcome!

For more information about Coastal High School, contact Jeff Johnson, Student Pastor, at hsm@discovercoastal.org.

Middle School

5th - 6th graders are invited to join us each Sunday at 10:30 am in The Wave. The Wave is a place your student can feel comfortable, have fun, grow spiritually and make connections through relevant discussions, worship, games and fellowship. We care about the next generation and we have a team that cares about this particular age group. Our goal is to equip and help students know and follow Jesus.

7th - 8th graders are invited to join us each Sunday evening for community groups and are encouraged to attend Sunday morning worship with their parents. Through service opportunities, incredible worship experiences, and weekly community groups, students will learn to what it means to follow Christ daily. Our staff and volunteers value the importance of discipleship and genuine relationships that propel students further into a deeper love for Jesus.

For more information about Coastal Middle School, contact Jeff Johnson, Student Pastor, at msm@discovercoastal.org.

Student Safety

Coastal Youth small groups are led by caring adult and teen volunteers who have been trained by the Youth Ministry staff and have successfully completed awareness training and a background check through MinistrySafe, a comprehensive third-party child safety system.