Eastwood Students is designed to reach students from 6th – 12th grade with the good news about the love and hope of Jesus. Our desire is to see student’s lives changed by the power of the gospel of Christ, and to see their lives transformed by the power of God’s love. Jesus’ mission is a revolution to bring complete change into the lives of people by setting them free from sin and bringing them into a new life.

Middle School

We want students to take ownership of their faith through these three basic truths:
  • I will love God because He will never stop loving me.
  • I will follow Jesus because He knows me better than I know myself.
  • I will live out God’s story so others can know who Jesus is.

High School

We want our high schoolers to graduate believing these three basic truths:
  • I’m created to pursue a relationship with my creator.
  • I trust what Jesus did to transform who I need to become.
  • I exist to demonstrate God’s love to those around me.

Our gathering times:


Sunday School: 9:30a


Worship Experience: 6:30p

New Series

Have you ever wondered how to grow your faith? Well, the good news is, there isn’t just one way! And you don’t have to figure it our on your own – Jesus gave us all an example of what it looks like to grow our faith in God. In this series, we’ll take a look at a few things Jesus taught us that can help us grow a faith of our own.

These resources are designed to assist you, the parent, in becoming the primary disciple maker in your home. We hope these resources are beneficial to you as you help your student(s) grow in their spiritual development.
These resources are designed to help students recall and apply the information they learn each Wednesday.

Previous Message

I HAVE QUESTIONS: How Do You Talk About Suicide?
(February 13th)
We all have a tendency to hide things in our lives. And the more serious something is, the more likely we are to keep it hidden. One of those things for many middle and high schoolers is suicidal thoughts. This week, instead of keeping suicidal thoughts hidden, we’ll discover how bringing them to light by telling someone can be the first step toward healing.