Guys’ Group (GG) is a devotional time focusing on Christian character development for middle school and high school guys. Guys’ Group offers the neighborhood guys a time of eating together, sharing in life with one another, going on field trips, playing basketball, and hearing and discussing Biblical topics with local men.

Thank God It’s Girls’ Club! (TGIGC) is a devotional group for middle school girls which focuses on identity and what it means to be a woman of God. TGIGC offers fun activities and discussions in a positive and safe environment. Each Tuesday session includes snack, activities like cooking class, crafts, games, and field trips. Topics for discussion include self-acceptance, respect, friendship, health and beauty, handling emotions, serving others, dreams for the future, and other relevant topics.

Read Around the Block (RATB) is a one-on-one reading enhancement program where elementary kids (grades 1-5) can come and improve their reading skills in a fun and safe environment. RATB includes snack, the Big Read (adult reading aloud to group), and child reading one on one with a reading friend. The RATB program is about connecting with local students, increasing their reading comprehension, and nurturing in them a love of reading.

Computer Club (CC) is a place for neighborhood students (grades 4-6) to develop and discover computer skills and use of computer programs. CC explores basic computer skills such as typing, Microsoft, and the internet in a dynamic engaging environment.

High School Girls’ Bible Study (HSGBS) is a weekly gathering to learn about the word of God and connect with other Godly women. High School Girls’ Bible Study offers fun activities and discussions in a positive and safe environment. We focus on exploring stories and topics from the Bible in new and fun ways! Gatherings includes: snack, Bible lesson, activities, service opportunities, games, and lots of fun.

Teen Council (TC) is a program designed to help further develop high school students with leadership potential. We partner with youth to develop important leadership skills, such as communication, problem solving skills, teamwork, and more. Teens work to identify issues in our neighborhood and mobilize others to constructively solve those issues.  During their time on the council they are partner with qualified mentors who invest in their spiritual, personal, academic, and professional lives.

Thinking Digitally (TD) is a computer pre-coding mashup where students play a series of fun games and puzzles as teams and as individuals that move toward developing skills in computer programming and coding.