Student Life Wednesdays
Who: Middle & High School

When: Wednesday Nights from 6:30-8:15 pm

This gathering is a unique opportunity for both middle and high school students to meet midweek.  As the craziness of our weeks play out, Wednesday night is a time to unite and show care, compassion, joy, encouragement, and the love of Jesus Christ to all who desire to join in.  Students gain the opportunity to fellowship through hanging out with old friends and making new ones, worship with our incredible youth music team, and reflect on their walk with the Lord during lessons and small groups. For any questions contact Heather at

Student Life Sundays

Matthew 5:6 says, "Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness for they shall be filled." Throughout scripture, we see Jesus seek after the Lord desiring to spend specific time in prayer and submission to the Lord. He hungered for that closeness with His Father. In discussion and study, SLAM and Deeper are opportunities for youth to dive into scripture and what is means to be a child of God in our daily lives.

SLAM (Student Life AM - Middle School)

When: Sunday mornings at 11:00

Where: Student Life Building

Registration for Lift and Believe Conferences!

Lift is for high school students on February 28th-March 1st!

Believe is for middle school students on March 13th-14th!




into something


Student Life at Sugarloaf UMC is the place for anyone between 6th and 12th grade. When asked what our ministry meant to them, the teens kept saying it was more than fun, more than music, more than friends, it was "more". 

We follow Jesus, and while this means connecting, finding passion, and sharing our story, it also points to the mysterious adventure of following Jesus into "more".

The Student Life Building has: 

  • A dedicated worship area outfitted with great technology.
  • A game center (pool table, foosball tables, ping pong and even giant Jenga).
  • A student lounge where kids can hang out and talk.
  • Dedicated rooms and alcove spaces.
  • Special prayer and conversation areas that enable quality conversation; and at the same time, keep the youth safe and supervised.