Wired

High School is a time of fun, adventure, and figuring out who you are and where you’re headed. Wired is a place where high school students can take a break from all the noise of life and connect with other students and God in a fun, relaxing environment. At Wired, high school students become part of something bigger by doing life together through community projects, small group discussion, large group Life Talks, and larger than life games.

Wired meets every Tuesday evening from 7­-8:30 pm in the Lobby at CRC and occasionally on Sundays (check the calendar).

*In the event of Monongalia School closings (i.e. snow days), Wired will not meet.

What happens Tuesday

What to expect:
On Wired Tuesdays, 9th-12th graders get to hangout in a coffeehouse style environment where they can join in on acoustic worship sessions, voice their ideas for collaborative community projects, and learn to love and live like Jesus through large group discussion based topics. At the end of the night, the students break up into Soul Groups of 3-4 students who pray for each other and can meet up throughout the week at school or just hangout.

Where to go:
Live Wired meets in the Lobby. As you drive into the entry road, turn left to go to the parking lot on the side of the building. You will see a door that is marked with a Wired sign. Come in this door, stop by the computer station and then head to the Lobby area.

What you’ll do:
The first time you visit Wired, you’ll fill out a new student information card. This will help us to know who has attended, and will register you in our system. Any time you come after that, you will enter the phone number you listed on the card at the iPad stations, just inside the door to check in.

Who can come:
Anyone in 9th-12th grade is invited to all Wired events, and we encourage you to bring your friends with you!

How long is Wired?
Wired officially lasts from 7-8:30 pm, but doors open at 6:30 pm. We ask that students be picked up between 8:30-9 pm. Parents don’t have to come inside to pick up their students, but can feel free to come in to see what’s going on!

 

What happens Sunday

UPCOMING WIRED SUNDAY EVENTS: Check back in the fall!

What to expect:
Sunday nights start off with the band playing out, followed by a high energy game, and ends with an afterparty! Doors open at 4:30 pm, where students hang out in the game area playing foosball, xbox, or hanging with their friends. Then we begin all together playing high energy games and having a ton of fun. Then we come together for a short Life Talk and break down into small groups where we get to know each other better and talk about how we can apply God’s truth to our life in real and practical ways. After groups finish at 6:30 pm, students are free to go home or come to the Afterparty! Food is available for the Afterparty and will be around $2 to help cover cost. We officially end the evening at 8 pm.

Where to go:
Sunday night Wired meets in the Hub. As you drive into the entry road, turn left to go to the parking lot on the side of the building. You will see a door that is marked with a Wired sign, which will take you right to the Hub area.

What you’ll do:
The first time you visit Wired, you’ll fill out a new student information card. This will help us to know who has attended, and will register you in our system. Any time you come after that, you will enter the phone number you listed on the card at the iPad stations just inside the door to check in.

Who can come:
Anyone in 9th-12th grade is invited to all Wired events, and we encourage you to bring your friends with you!

How long is Wired?
Wired officially lasts from 5-6:30 pm, but doors open at 4:30 pm, and the Afterparty is at 6:30-8:30 pm. We ask that students be picked up by 8 pm. Parents don’t have to come inside to pick up their students, but can feel free to come in to see what’s going on!


Upcoming Events

Compassion XP Food Drive

Ongoing, through Sunday, April 17 – BRING non-perishable food items to donate to fill Christian Help’s food pantry. Together, all of us at the Ridge can make a difference.

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Student Serve Day

Saturday, May 7, 2016 – Wired [high school] students will get an opportunity to make a difference in our community with the “Love on the Move” community outreach project.

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Rush Camp 2016

June 20-24, 2016 – Wired [high school] is headed to Ohio’s Camp Chautauqua. Be inspired to know, love and serve Christ. Early registration is open!

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Parent Works

Sunday, April 10 – Mark your calendar for parenting inspiration! Craig Jutila (a nationally known author and speaker) will be speaking at The Ridge’s three weekend services, followed by a Parent Works family event on Sunday evening from 4 – 6:15 pm. This event is FREE, open to the community, and for anyone investing in the lives of kids and teens.

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