The Heart of Student Discipleship
At the heart of student discipleship, 6th-12th graders receive, live, and share the abundant life of Jesus Christ. Discipleship for students is intentional because:
Students need continual opportunities to respond to the gospel.
Students need to know Jesus personally.
Students need to imitate the life of Christ.
Students need to be part of a faith community.
Students need to be discipled and on mission.
Students need to be in relationship with mature Christian leaders.
Students need to be part of a ministry that is in desperate partnership with the home.
The Cove (9th - 12th graders) meet in Akers Hall.
Vessel (6th - 8th graders) meet in 209-211.
Huddles resume August 29.
9th - 12th graders meet 6:30-8:30pm at varoius locations.
6th - 8th graders meet from 6:30-7:30pm in Akers Hall.
Opportunities designed to create a deeper sense of community and draw students closer to God are scattered throughout the year. Retreats, road trips, outreach opportunities, and events like "Frite Nite" are all designed with the hope that a student will be compelled to go deeper in his or her personal discipleship and invest weekly in a small group experience with peers: a Huddle.
Are you a caring Christian adult, college student, or parent looking for opportunities to get involved in our students’ world? We have several exciting opportunities for you to partner with us on Sunday mornings, Wednesday evenings, and at other times throughout the year. If you are interested in discovering how you can get connected as a volunteer contact David Bennett.
Director of Student Discipleship
Find Us On Facebook!
You can join our group online to keep up-to-date with what's going on in the St. George's Student Discipleship ministry program as well as see pictures from the latest events.
Please "like" our Student Discipleship Facebook page by clicking the button below!
Register Your Student Online
It’s quick and easy. Go to our Forms & Registration page to register your student for the student ministry program and specific events, too! Your online form will just take minutes! Please register each youth separately.
Safeguarding God's Students
The Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee and St. George's Church have agreed to implement a safety procedure called Safteguarding God's Children regarding the prevention of sexual misconduct and sexual abuse. The policies and procedures are outlined here.