“LOVE JESUS AND HAVE FUN DOING IT.”
– BOB SWAN

Welcome to Rebelbase Student Ministry! Students from 7th to 12th grade move beyond the basics – we want to help students answer the question, "What's next?" We want them to grow in their faith, take ownership of their relationships with Jesus and honor God with their lives. Everyone is welcome. We can't wait to meet you!

NextGen Students

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDIES

The Woodlands Campus

SHIFT

High School students meet Wednesdays 8:00 ‐ 9:00pm at Rebelbase!

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NEON

7th and 8th graders meet Wednesdays starting August 31st 5:30 ‐ 7:00 pm at Rebelbase!

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Woodforest Campus

High School Bible Study

High School students meet Wednesdays 7:30 ‐ 9:00 in the classroom at The Church at Woodforest

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NEON

Students 6th-8th grade meet Wednesdays 5:30 ‐ 7:30pm in the gym at The Church at Woodforest

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Connect

Men’s Night Out

Men’s Night Out

Join us for as we share a meal together and then work on a project to support the work of the Compassion United ministry. All men and male students (grades 6-12) are invited! March 21

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Summer Splash

Summer Splash

Summer fun is on the way! NextGen Kids, Rec Ministry and 56 Ministry have an amazing summer planned for your children. Register and join us for the camps and activities listed below. Don’t miss out on good fun with great friends! Registration opens March 1

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Summer Events

Summer Events

Join NextGen Students for a summer of fun! With overnight trips, service projects, Bible studies, hangouts and more, summer 2024 will be packed with lots of opportunities to spend time with friends, make new friends and grow in your relationship with God. Registrations open March 18.

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U.M. ARMY

U.M. ARMY

High school students and adults are invited to join us as we repair homes and share the love of Jesus.  June 9 - 15. 

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Studies