Pathways Students

  • Pathways Church 311 West Evergreen Drive Appleton, WI, 54913 United States

Our mid-week gathering is designed to reach middle school and high school students at their current stage in life. A 6th grader is at a much different place in life than a senior in high school, which is why we provide two unique experiences for middle school and high school students that happen at the same time and at the same location. Every mid-week gathering begins with a time of worship where all of the students are together, and is then followed by separate programming for middle school and high school where they each experience Biblical teaching and small groups. Doors open at 6PM. Dismissal is at 8:30PM.

Current Series: Build

What's the biggest challenge you've ever faced? Maybe it's a basketball game against your archrival. Maybe it's passing your math class. Maybe it's just trying to get up and go to school on time. Whatever it is, you're probably familiar with the little knot that forms in your stomach. The nerves. The feeling of being completely overwhelmed. The Bible tells a story of a guy named Nehemiah who was all too familiar with that feeling. Growing up in service to a king in Babylon and then Persia, Nehemiah probably didn't think his life would make that much of a story. But when he learns that his family's homeland is in ruins, something changes in Nehemiah. He decides to do something about it - to go there. To build. Nehemiah decided to face, head-on, the God-sized challenge of rebuilding the wall surrounding Jerusalem and creating a safe place for his people. And through his story, we may just find the tools we need to face of improving our town or our school. It's time to build.

WEEK 1 (November 2): Your Place is Part of His Plan
WEEK 2 (November 9): Step Out and Let God Step Up
WEEK 3 (November 16): Friend Night  |  Thanksgiving Dinner
WEEK 4 (November 23): Thanksgiving Holiday: No Pathways Students
WEEK 5 (November 30): Through Serving You Become Who You Were Meant To Be

November 6
Meet the Pastor
November 10
Celebrate Recovery