Journey Students

The primary goal of the student ministries at Journey Church is to glorify God. It is our belief that God has shown an unimaginable love for this world, and we hope that we can more fully know that love as well as share it with the world around us. Led by the Spirit, we hope that our life together will witness to how God has changed our world through Jesus Christ.


Our mission is to build a community of disciples. Through Sunday morning and night student activities, retreats, parties, and hanging out during the week, we hope to connect students to a caring and intentional community. Through Bible studies, communal worship, mission trips, and service to our neighbors, we aim to be more fully devoted disciples of Jesus.


We can be found doing everything from studying Scripture to having a pool party, from praying over each other to laughing with one another, from serving at the Rescue Mission to playing ultimate frisbee.


Scroll down to see our schedule!


The Student Ministries at Journey is for students in grades 6-12. If you have questions, email youth@journeyconnection.com or call 540-966-5683.


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Sunday Morning Discipleship

10:00 AM Northside High School Library


Upcoming Activities :


December 15, 2017

Church-wide Christmas Party

North Roanoke Baptist Church


December 17, 2017

Students will not meet due to the church-wide Christmas Party


December 24, 2017

Students will not meet due to the Christmas Eve holiday

Students to spend time with their families


December 28, 2017

Gamer Competition

6104 Gardendale Circle

Roanoke, VA 24012

11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


December 31, 2017

Students will not meet due to the New Year's Eve holiday

Students to spend time with their families