Sugar Grove Student Ministry

The Sugar Grove student ministry challenges middle school and high school students (7th–12th grade) to live for something bigger than themselves. We want to introduce students to Jesus Christ, help them grow in their faith & give them opportunities to put their faith in motion!

If you have any questions regarding anything related to the Student Ministry of Sugar Grove Church, email


Crossfire | Sundays 6:30–8pm

Student Ministry (7th–12th grade) meets weekly on Sundays from 6:30–8pm. Students have the opportunity to engage in fun activities, make new friends, worship, and relevant teaching for their life stage.

Sign-up for a student small group using the link below.

7th–9th grade small groups meet at the church, Sundays before Crossfire from 5:30–6:30pm.
10th–12th grade small groups meet throughout the week in their leader’s home or a host home.

For more information on student ministry programming email our Director of Student Ministries, Austin Beckler:

Student Connect Groups

A Student Ministry Connect Group is our primary way to help students build meaningful relationships with peers and learn more about Jesus as they study the Bible together. These small groups of 3–10 students are paired with an intentional adult leader who will lead their weekly discussion, get to know their story, and be there to support and guide students through whatever they’re facing.


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Atlanta 2020 Mission Trip | High School

Join us over Spring Break (April 6th–11th) as we travel to Atlanta, GA to work with Global Frontier Mission in an incredibly diverse part of the country. This trip includes training and engagement with the local community, as well as eating at ethnic restaurants, shopping at local markets, and learning more about the diverse beliefs within the community.

To download the trip summary info sheet or to make a payment/offer a donation for this trip, click the appropriate links below.

Highlights from Big Chill 2020

Check out what happened at “Big Chill”, our winter retreat experience from February.