With so many students already back in school, TVC Youth has also begun their fall semester. Sunday Small Groups have resumed with 5th-12th graders meeting at 8:30 am in the Meeting Room at our East Nashville Campus and 6th-8th graders meeting at 11:30 am in the Attic at the Hillsboro Village Campus. All students from 6th to 12th grade are invited to Youth Group each Wednesday from 6-8 pm at the Hillsboro Village Campus in the Attic. Moms and Dads, make a note to join us during Youth Group on August 21 in the Family Room at the Hillsboro Village Campus for our monthly Parents Meeting to learn more about current Youth happenings and ask any questions.
TVC Youth is open to all students in sixth through 12th grades who are interested in growing spiritually, growing socially and growing in service. Middle school and high school students meet separately Wednesday nights at the Hillsboro Village campus. Our TVC Youth also meet on Sunday mornings at both campuses, as well as for retreats, summer camp, service projects and missions trips as well as social gatherings and special events.
We are so thrilled and grateful to welcome Ryan Motta to our staff as the new Director of Youth Ministry. Ryan recently relocated to Nashville after graduating from Grove City College with his degree in Biblical & Religious Studies and proposing to his now fiancé Emily! Be sure to keep an eye out for some exciting new TVC Youth events this fall including Sunday small groups at both campuses as well as Youth Group returning on Wednesdays. Keep an eye on this page to stay up-to-date with the latest happenings!
About TVC Youth
TVC Youth exists to glorify God by helping students grow through relevant studies of God’s Word, spiritual life turning-point experiences, local and global opportunities to serve and engaging social events.
To create a safe environment for students to share freely so they may discover, learn and experience the love, truth, grace and forgiveness of Jesus Christ. TVC Youth’s goal is to encourage students to draw consistently closer to the loving God, to be a voice calling students to become members of the kingdom of God, as well as to live under and reflect outwardly God’s justice, mercy and faithfulness.
– To Grow Spiritually
– To Grow Socially
– To Grow in Service