We are now meeting in person!!! Generate is on Sunday evenings from 5:30-7:00 pm. We will be resuming Sunday morning small groups on Sunday, September 13th at 9:45am. If you are unable to join us in person, we do have Zoom options for small groups and online options for Generate. Please fill out the “request more information” section on this page if you’d like to know more. 


The Student ministry of Arran Lake Baptist Church seeks to relationally reach students, intentionally equip them, and generate a passion to go make disciples.

Small Groups

Starting Sunday, September 13th, we will be meeting in person on Sunday mornings from 9:45 am – 10:45 am upstairs in the building closest to Bingham Drive. Our small groups are designed to cover real-life issues that are centered around God’s Word. Students will learn how the Bible can be applied to any situation they face as they develop strong relationships with leaders and students. Our small groups are divided into Middle School (6th-8th grade) and High School (9th-12th grade). We will be walking through the Gospel Project as your students learn important doctrines and key concepts that are so necessary for the Christian walk. Then, their small groups will have an opportunity to decide amongst themselves what they most want to study together. 


Generate is where 6th – 12th grade students gather for student-led worship and discipleship. Students are encouraged with biblical teaching by Student Pastor Andrew Clark, then break off into D-Groups where they are challenged to grow in Christ likeness through gospel-centered relationships that generate a passion to make disciples.

Do you ever stop to think about what is going to happen after death? We’re talking about the reality of heaven, hell, and the concept of spending somewhere for eternity. Join us for our next series!


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B3Students is currently sponsoring a child from Vietnam. Each month, students chip in to pay $34 to provide Christian education, food, and support for this child. 

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