Growing together.

Did you know most scholars believe that Jesus' disciples were mostly teenagers? That's right. If Jesus himself believed in the teenagers around him and entrusted them to spread the witness of the Gospel to the world around them, then why would we expect different for our youth today?

We believe youth play a huge role in the Kingdom of God. This new generation is seeking out real answers in an anxiety filled world and we believe Jesus is the answer.


October 21-23

O'Neill Regional Park

30892 Trabuco Canyon Rd, Trabuco Canyon
Sleeping in a tent, friends, hiking, games, campfires, God’s Word, acoustic worship…
Mesa Youth, whether you are a seasoned camper or this would be your first time, you do NOT want to miss Mesa Youth Retreat!   $50.00 (5 meals included)

Please note, because of the close proximity, transportation will not be provided. Parents are responsible for organizing rides to and from camp. If you have any questions, please contact Alex, Ket, or Kimberly.

JHigh & High School

Sundays | 10 AM

JHigh students meet upstairs and High School students are encouraged to sit with their parents to enjoy the main service together. If you have any questions, you can contact Alex and Ket Esperanza, Youth Directors.

Wednesdays | 6:30 - 8:30 PM

We get together for a time of worship, games, the Word, and small groups every Wednesday night. It is a meaningful time to build relationships and to strengthen our faith in God. You don't want to miss it!

Tuesdays | 6:30 - 8 PM

Royal Rangers for Boys | K - 12th Grade
Royal Rangers is a mentoring ministry for future men, providing Christ-like character formation and servant leadership development for boys and young men in a mentored and fun environment. The Royal Ranger mission is to evangelize, equip, and empower the next generation of Christ-like men and lifelong servant leaders.  The cost for the Royal Rangers program is $30 per season (Fall, Spring, Summer) You can pay the full amount up-front or pay $30 at the beginning of each season.
Leaders: Keith Mendoza and Alan Hoff