Middle School and High School are major times of transition. We want to come alongside students and parents during this transition and provide a place for students to feel safe, grow in their relationship with God, have fun, and make memories that will last a lifetime.

Sunday mornings

At 9:30am, students gather in the gym for a fun, but also meaningful, program exposing them to our Awesome God. The gym will be open up for a little bit of fun for the first 30 minutes. Then, we’ll gather for a short devotional led by one of our adult or student leaders. On occasion, we’ll split up into “Breakout” groups for a more in-depth discussion. We encourage all of our students to attend the 11:00 Worship Service. 

Wednesday Evening COnnect

Small groups have one simple purpose: to bring students together and give them a place to belong. They are a strategic way for students to be encouraged throughout the week in their relationship with God. Our small groups are formed according to grade level as well as by gender. Every small group is led by a qualified, caring adult leader.

Sunday Nights

Creekside Students will gather on a Sunday night for a high energy night where students from all over the Forsyth community can come and enjoy food, fun, and connecting with friends. The night also provides students a great opportunity get to know Jesus and how He’s crazy in love with them. (One Sunday per month from 5-7)

Yeah, it’s a funny name for a Bible Study. But, we love teaching the Bible to our Creekside Students. And, we have fun doing it! This program is designed to take students deeper in their faith. Although most programs and activities will undoubtedly include some form of biblical lesson, Boost is a more intense Bible Study that will take students through different books of the bible. We desire students to be equipped with the tools they need to develop their faith and learn how to read the Bible. Creekside wants to help students become “Wise Builders” as they allow scripture to serve as the foundation of their lives. Bob is a great way for students to start building that foundation. (Sundays from 5-7 except during AXIS.)


Community Outreach Project (July 12-16, 2020): Each year for one week in July we serve people in our community who need assistance. Sometimes it is yard work or painting. Other times it may be doing repair work of some kind. Sometimes it is just visiting. COP is also a full-on retreat! Evenings include friendly team competition, and great worship and Biblical teaching. At the end of the evening we are worn out and bunk down at the church for the night. Check out all the details on the C.O.P. website and whether you are a student or an adult find your place at COP being His Hands, His Feet, His Spirit.