"For I know the plans I have for you,' declares the LORD, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."
– Jeremiah 29:11
We are a youth movement that is taking our church by storm. It calls upon a generation of young people to jump, dance and sing in the freedom of who they are in Jesus. Students experience God, develop new relationships, and build a strong foundation for their faith in an exciting environment.
The middle school ministry at Mount Paran (7th-8th Grades) partners with you, as parents, to help your kids build a better relationship with God and others. Our goal in Fuse is to compliment what you’re already teaching at home by encouraging our students to know and love God, and make Him a part of their daily lives. We hope you bring your family to visit soon.
Element Youth is the high-school age ministry of Mount Paran Church. It is a place that welcomes all students to experience real hope, real refuge and real identity in Christ.
Student Life Center
9:00 & 11:00am
Vibes are different interest groups that meet at various times and places on a weekly basis. Whether the Vibe is a group playing basketball or hanging out at the mall, every Vibe achieves two goals: connecting students with each other, and giving them a sense of belonging. We believe that students need to belong before they believe, therefore we use Vibes as an avenue to do that. It is also a place where students pray together, care for one another, and are missed if they don’t show up. It is how we minister effectively.
If you want to be a part of a Vibe, fill out the form at the bottom of this page so we can get you plugged in!
RISE ATL is a call to college students (18-24 yrs. old) to Rise to a higher level of living, thinking, loving. Rising above the standards of the world with the help of God’s grace elevating ourselves to what God has called us to be and whom He sees us as.
We gather on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month for ages 18-24. We come together to worship God and connect with others. Music, teaching, discipleship, and the arts are the catalyst used to encourage and inspire our generation to live for Christ.
The Unlimited* ministry is open to all children and youth who have a disability, developmental delays, or children who just need some extra TLC. We partner with you as parents to build strong, committed disciples of Jesus who are capable of discipleship and service.
Fellowship and relationships are unique for families of Unlimited*. It is vital that parents and siblings connect and have intentional relationship so they may grow as disciples. Connect groups are the ideal place to get connected with others as you navigate every season of life. Click the button below to join one of our Connect Groups.
If you are interested in helping or serving these precious children, please let us know through one of the Got a Question forms or the Main Contact Page.
Students are dismissed in their age appropriate ministry areas. If you’re not sure where each ministry area is located, please let us know, and we will help you. You will need the sticker you receive when you check-in at the Unlimited* kiosk in order to check out your child.
You are welcome to come check out a service on your own before your child visits for the first time. All students (ages 18 and younger) check in at the Unlimited* kiosk. Once an appropriate environment is determined for your child’s needs, and a volunteer is secured, your child will meet up with a consistent volunteer in the sensory room.
The volunteer then escorts the student to the age appropriate ministry. In the various areas, the kids participate in a 45-minute service with live worship and teaching, followed by a 45-minute small group session that are divided by age, grade and gender for 5th grade and above.
The ministry leader will contact you after receiving a registration sheet on your first visit to complete an intake interview so we know how to best accommodate your child.
Your child then participates in the small class environment for 2-4 Sundays in order for the ministry leader to get to know your child a little bit better. Once the best environment is determined, your child will be partnered with a volunteer, who receives your child’s accommodation plan.
Snack is provided each Sunday and Wednesday that usually consists of goldfish, graham crackers, or pretzels. If your child has food allergies, eats a specialized diet, or is sensitive to certain types of foods or textures, please make the ministry leader aware. You are welcome to provide your own snack from home if it is labeled with your child’s name and grade.
On your first visit, a welcome care server will provide a sticker with a code that is on your portion of the sticker as well as the portion placed on your child. This code will be displayed on the big screens in the main sanctuary if an emergency arises.
After we put your information in our database, you will begin checking in at the Unlimited* kiosk, where a sticker will print with a 3-digit code each time you attend service.
Remnant Fine Arts seeks to develop and train our children and students in the all areas of the fine arts while growing the love of God in their hearts. We serve the ultimate creative and we exist to follow our creative God wherever He leads. Whether in music, drama, dance, visual arts, or any other artistic medium, children and students can find their place to grow, thrive and find community.
For information on the 2019 Teen Talent Competition, click here.