What's Next in 2022
UNITE Worship Night | October 26 | All Students, All Campuses
Join us at our Franklin Campus with all students from all Rolling Hills campuses for an amazing night of worship, food, and more.It's all FREE! Invite a friend.
BEST. DAY. EVER! | November 5
Our one-day, in-house, super-amazing, super-extra Middle School Retreat! All 6th, 7th and 8th grade students from all Rolling Hills campuses are invited to join us for the Best Day Ever. This will be a jam-packed 12-hour day of games, groups, worship, food, activities and so much more! Price includes all meals, transportation, activities, and t-shirt. We will start the morning at the Franklin Campus and travel off-campus during the day. Registration is OPEN NOW!
High School Retreat | November 11–13
All 9th–12th grade students from all Rolling Hills campuses are invited to join us for our high school Fall Retreat!
We are pumped to be heading back to Jonathan Creek Camp in Hardin, KY again this fall! Join us for an amazing weekend of fun, community, and discipleship! Our theme for retreat is Rest + Remain and we can't wait to dive into this together through worship, teaching, small group time, and more. Cost covers all lodging, transportation, food, t-shirt, and camp activities like laser tag and axe throwing. Spots are limited—so sign up fast!
Early Bird Price: $175 | Regular Price: $195 (Starts Oct 20)
Registration OPENS: October 5
Registration CLOSES: November 7 (or when spots are filled)
Christmas Party | December 14
RESUMES AUGUST 17—MIDWEEK STUDENTS
WEDNESDAYS | 6–8 PM | AUDITORIUM
During the school year, Midweek Students is our weekly Wednesday night worship experience for both High School and Middle School students from 6–8pm. It is designed specifically to engage teenagers and their friends through creative biblical teaching, fun games, and inspired worship.
Our Midweek Student programs are held at the Nolensville Campus (directions). Small groups are gender-specific. Students learn to study the Bible with small group leaders, and our goal is to create an environment that encourages unity and conversation. Our curriculum is designed specifically for our students.
We want to help develop and equip students with a deeper understanding of Scripture. Each week, our students will encounter the Gospel through in-depth study of the Bible with the intent to show how all Scripture points to Jesus, and how the Gospel has the ability to transform a student's life.
If you have any questions, please contact Student Director, Jacob Thomas.
About Our Ministry
Rolling Hills' Nolensville Campus Student Ministry is designed to continue building on biblical truths they were taught early in life. As our students grow and own their faith, we want to provide them with many opportunities to actively grow in their spiritual maturity before leaving our ministry.
During middle and high school years, the pressures of discovering who you are, what you want to do in life, how to put faith into action, how to use wisdom in relationships, and how to handle more responsibility can be overwhelming. Our goal is to offer an environment where students are known, valued, loved, and ultimately pointed to the hope of Jesus while we partner with parents as they take the lead in the spiritual development of their teen. Our hope is to guide and encourage students to actively live out their faith in everyday life and equip them with the spiritual maturity they will need to be successful in college and the world.
During their time in our Student Ministry, students will learn these core truths:
I am created to pursue an authentic relationship with Jesus.
I am designed to be an active part of a community who points each other to Christ.
I exist every day to demonstrate God's love to a broken world.
At Rolling Hills, we believe in the impact that serving the church regularly can have on a student's faith, and we have seen over and over the influence a student can make on the church for God’s glory.
We encourage our High School students to serve the body of Christ by using their gifts, talents, and abilities in our various ministry areas (Kids, A/V, Greeters, etc.) on Sunday mornings.
You can contact Jacob Thomas for more information on how to serve.
New here? Here's what you need to know!
Whether you're new to our area, new to Rolling Hills, or just in town for a visit, we consider it a privilege to spend time with your student! When your visiting middle or high schooler arrives for Wednesday night programming, our volunteers will be able to get them connected with their age group.
If you have any questions, please reach out to our Student Director, Jacob Thomas.
Next Steps for Students
Is your student interested in learning more about what it means to follow Jesus, taking the next step of baptism, serving opportunities, leading worship? We'd love to partner with you in helping them with any of their spiritual Next Steps. Reach out to Jacob Thomas for more information.