Segue exists to help these students develop and grow a faith of their
own. We want to create a safe place for them to begin thinking about
their faith. Not just as one they inherited from their parents, but one
they understand and walk in everyday
Segue meets on Sunday mornings in the upper fellowship hall at 11:00 am and we end in the lower fellowship hall in small groups, which are divided by grade and gender. On Wednesday nights, we meet in the lower fellowship hall at 6:30 pm.
On Sundays, we will be teaching from the Gospel Project curriculum and meet in our small groups each week. This is a 3-year curriculum that walks through the Bible and looks at how everything from beginning to end points to Jesus and the cross.
On Wednesdays, we’ll look at foundational Biblical principles and discuss how they relate to the students everyday lives. Whether it’s their family relationships, social pressure they face at school, or struggling to find their place in the world, students will be challenged to find their identity in Jesus alone.
To keep up with students and meet them where they are at, Segue has a presence on multiple social media platforms. For the most up-to-date information on events and what is happening in Segue, check out our Facebook page and Instagram.