SMASH, Students Meeting And Serving Him, is the Wednesday night youth group experience Sunday mornings from 9 to 10. Each month students will follow the path of the Hebrew word for remember. It means more than recall a story or event. It means to recall, relive, and respond to a story or event. SMASH leaders added a renew event for each 4th Sunday of the month, a time to praise and thank our amazing God and celebrate the lessons learned each month. The first Sunday of the month will be recall. This week the kids are in the classroom learning about the lesson/story. The second Sunday of the month will be relive. This week the kids will be doing something to relive the lesson or story. An example would be to build while learning about Noah. The third Sunday of the month will be respond. This week the kids will be doing an activity in response to what they learned. An example would be pulling weeds and cutting briars after talking about creation and the fall. The fourth Sunday will be renewal which will be a form of praise and worship to celebrate the good news and everything we have learned.
Family Huddles are held when there is a 5th Sunday of the month from 9 to 10. This week SMASH will not meet. Families will stay together and form their own huddles which will be their small group. A facilitator will lead the entire room of multiple huddles in a small group lesson but all of the praying, reading, and discussion will be completed in the privacy of the family huddles. Family Huddles are designed to have the family grow deeper relationships both with each other and with God.