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What is InsideOut?

InsideOut is a place for high school students where relationships and positive influences last longer and go deeper than you may have ever thought possible.

The teenager years are among the most challenging kids—and parents—will ever go through.

We believe the greatest way we can partner with you is by providing your teenager with an invested small group leader, and a group of peers running in a positive spiritual direction.

InsideOut students create great memories together and experience the timeless truths of God in a relevant way.

Students also serve together, realizing the power of serving others within our church community, local community, and global community.

InsideOut meets Sunday evenings at 4:30 pm in The Auditorium.

Frequently Asked Questions:

When and where is InsideOut?

InsideOut, our environment for High School Students (grades 9-12), happens each Sunday at 4:30 pm in the auditorium.

What does a new student need to do when they arrive?

We’re excited to meet them! They can head straight to the auditorium to the Guest Services table where we’ll get some of their info. We’ll then connect them with their Small Group Leader and the fun can begin.

If a new student comes with a friend that’s currently attending InsideOut, we’ll make sure they’re in the same small group if they’re in the same grade.

What happens in InsideOut?

It really is the best night of the week, but here’s how it goes:

Check in, grab some food, and hang out with your small group-

Be sure to check in on the iPad when you come in, grab some food (it’s the good stuff, think Cane’s, Double Dave’s, Bush’s Chicken… and all free!) and have some fun catching up with friends in your small group. There’s plenty to do before large group gets started; ping pong, Xbox or you can just hang out on some of the comfy spaces we have.

Large Group-

When the countdown begins on the stage, find a spot to sit with your small group. We’ll get started with a game, sometimes just 1 participant from a small group or sometimes the whole room gets in on the fun. Then get settled to hear a relevant message before you head into small group.

Small Group- 

Friendships that make an impact in a great way. This time you’ll circle up with your small group and leaders and talk about the message and how it relates to you.

Who is my student’s small group leader?

We’re so glad you’ve asked! Our leaders have committed to lead the same small group for the entire high school season. Give us some info here and we’ll get you their information!

What camps/events does InsideOut have?

Camp 75, 3 parts of a fantastic summer. Check out details here.

How can I, as a parent, get involved with InsideOut?

We’re glad you asked! There are lots of ways to participate in the fun as you experience your own spiritual growth through serving. You can start by asking your student’s small group leader how you can support him or her. Offer to set up a trip, provide transportation to an outing, or host a gathering. You could also send an encouraging note. Any time you can provide the leaders an opportunity to just hang out with their students, ministry is happening. If you want to do more, consider becoming a small group leader or joining our guest services or production team. Get started by filling out this form and we’ll be in touch soon!

Can a parent be a small group leader of his or her student?

Becoming a small group leader is a fun and exciting way to stay engaged with your own student. We absolutely encourage parents to become small group leaders – and, with the incredible growth happening, we need you – but we do not permit parents to lead their own children in InsideOut. Some students need more space than others and are far more likely to be candid in small group discussions when parents are not present. We’ll help find the best fit for you, as well as the right place to maximize your student’s experience in InsideOut.

My student expressed interest in getting baptized. What is your process?

That’s awesome! We’re excited with you! Check out our Baptism page for more information.

If you are a parent of a child with special needs, we would love to meet you! Email us so we can set up a time to talk about your child and how we can best serve them.

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Still have questions? Email Jordan Geist, our InsideOut Director

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1320 Arrow Point Dr. Ste 201
Cedar Park, TX 78613