Building life-long disciples of Jesus Christ
Jim Bailey, husband of Megan Snider Bailey, graduated from the University of Alabama with a PhD in Higher Education Administration, May 2017.
Jerrod Newell, Director of Handbell Choir and member of the Chancel Choir, graduated from the University of West Alabama with a M.Ed. in Instructional Leadership, May 2017.
Krystal Stark, assistant director of Chancel Choir, graduated from the University of Alabama with a Doctor of Education (EdD) in Curriculum and Instruction, Secondary Education, May 2017.
Sarah Justus, member of the Chancel Choir graduated from the University of Alabama with a Masters of Arts (MA) in Secondary Education, May 2017.
Alex Jordan, son of Shelley and Michael Jordan, graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Arts degree, May 2017.
Lindsay Nicole Turner, daughter of Tracie and Michael Turner graduated from the University of Alabama with a B.S. in Education, May 2017.
Abigail "Abby" Ruth Hayes, daughter of Jeff and Anita Hayes, graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Science in Education, May 2017.
Price Wicks, son of Cindy and Beau Wicks, graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Alabama with a B.S. in Accounting, May 2017.
GRADES: 6TH - 12TH
Rooms 250 - 254, Callahan Auditorium, and Horton Student Center
Contact: Charlee Rodgers
Wednesday night: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. (will resume in the fall)
Sunday School: 10:00 a.m.
Small Groups: 5:00 PM | Sundays
The mission of First Church's Student Ministry is to build life-long disciples of Jesus Christ. We create opportunities for students to collide with Jesus by meeting students where they are in their faith journey, building strong relationships and sharing the gospel.
BigStuf Summer Camp: BIG STUF, our summer conference at the beach, is open for registration. We are already 2/3 full so if you plan to go you might want to sign up fast. We only have a 100 spots for this year’s trip. The date for Big Stuff is June 23rd-26th. The cost for the trip this year is $375. A $100 registration fee is required. Contact Charlee Rodgers for more information.
Foomack students are also participating in the 53 Stories emphasis. We have challenged and encouraged the students to write their own story. Participation is at a high point with students getting involved with our worship team, sharing testimonies, leading sports teams and serving in our new SO-MACK ministry for our 4th-6th graders.
GRADES: 4TH - 6TH
SO-MACK is a new ministry for 4th - 6th grade students. Each service is held one Sunday a month in Horton Cafe. This service is designed to help transition Souled Out students to the youth program, Foo-Mack. Please contact Stephen Stroud for more information. Future dates include: Sunday, May 14th.