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Middle School is for students who are in grades 6-8.

High School for grades 9-12. 

Everybody has a longing to connect with people and to be a part of something significant. The most effective way to connect to our Youth Ministry comes from being part of a small group of students that meet together on Sunday mornings. Students are divided by grade and meet upstairs in the youth area. We have a blast learning about the plan God has for our lives and invite you join us this Sunday! 


HS kicks off BFG in Room 232-233 each Sunday

9th grade: Room 233

10th grade: Room 232

11th grade: Room 231

12th grade: Room 230


6th Grade - 241

7th Grade - 231

8th grade - 230


Mom & Me

September 14

10am - noon


Mom & Me is an event for moms and 6th-12th grade daughters to help strengthen their relationship and spend quality time together. There will be a light breakfast with coffee, a fun Fall DIY project, and message from our own, Misty Lynch. It is absolutely FREE and we would love for you to join us. 

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Dad & Lad - Axe Throwing

Saturday, September 21 1-4 PM

For dads and their lads in the student ministry.

$40 Combo Price (1 dad + 1 lad) - $20 for each additional lad. Limited spots.

See You at the Pole

Wednesday, September 25 - 6:30-7:30 AM

See You at the Pole™, the global day of student prayer, began in 1990 as a grass roots movement with ten students praying at their school. Twenty years later, millions pray on their campuses on the fourth Wednesday in September.

See You at the Pole™ is simply a prayer rally where students meet at the school flagpole before school to lift up their friends, families, teachers, school, and nation to God. See You at the Pole™ is a student-initiated, student-organized, and student-led event.



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Life On Purpose

Saturday, September 28 - 9am - 4pm

NRHBC Cafe & High School Room

Learn God's purpose for missions in your community and how He is calling every believer to live on mission in their every day lives! This is an all-day outreach event that includes worship, equipping, and fun activities. Students will be equipped in how to share their faith in everyday conversations before going out into the community with adult leaders to practice what they just learned. Equipping will be led by Church Staff and students leaders. Lunch, snack, and transportation provided.

Free event, but requires online registration by Sep 25

Parent Talk

Sunday October 13 11am-1pm at NRH campus gym

Topic: The Tech Safe Home.

Cost: $5 per adult attending Parent Talk

Speaker: Buddy Knight from Knights' Quest Ministries offers information to parents, grandparents, and young couples planning to have kids, who want to create a safe and secure environment with technology in the home. Attenders must be 18+ due to the topic and the information being shared.

Lunch provided for all ages registered.

Childcare (birth-5th) provided with reservation by noon October 6.

Students (6-12th) will hang in the cafe while parents are at Parent Talk.

Online Registration by October 6

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Wednesday Nights

6:30pm Snack Shack

7:00-8:00pm LIVE

Students are invited to the cafe each Wednesday night during the school year. Come at 6:30pm and spend time with friends while grabbing a quick bite from the Snack Shack. LIVE is from 7-8:00pm. What is LIVE? It's a time of friends, worship, bible study, games, and hanging out.

Fall LIVE follows the school schedule through Dec. 11.


Bible Reading Plan For Busy Believers

We want to encourage you to go deeper in your relationship with Christ, and there's no better way than by being in His Word regularly! So join the challenge of reading through the New Testament in one year. This 260-Day plan offers the flexibility of only reading five days each week. The HEAR journaling method will allow you to read and respond to God as you follow the plan throughout the year. Download the Journaling Guide and Reading Plan today!


Parents & Students ~ find out what is going on ~ get connected with mass texts and emails!

  • High School Text Alerts: text hstudents or hsparents to 817-339-6633

  • Middle School Text Alerts: text mstudents or msparents to 817-339-6633

  • Students and Parents wanting to be included in our email alerts, please email Karla and ask to be included with your particular grade or grades.

  • Parental Help Needed! Adult volunteers are always needed, Email Karla for a Parent Information sheet to see what opportunities are available.





Daniel Simmons



Karla german

Administrative assistant