At Warehouse 180, our desire is to provide a space for students to worship God in a safe environment. Our teachings are creative, relevant, and always Bible-based. We also strive to connect our students to each other by engaging them in small groups where they’ll learn more about how to grow in their own personal relationship with God.
“My four kids found their places in the student program at Warehouse 180,” says Kelle Ballard. The students are divided into grade groups and each grade is separated into small groups for boys or girls. “As you can imagine, the concerns of a 14 year old freshman girl are not the same as an 18 year old senior young man,” explains Ballard. The groups can go deep into age/gender appropriate concerns with a leader who connects with each student individually. “My daughter is a junior now, but her leader from freshman year still calls her about once a month to talk, and they even go out for the occasional coffee. Her leader is no longer a volunteer at Warehouse 180, but she has invested in a meaningful relationship with my daughter. I’m so thankful for her godly presence in my daughter’s life,” elaborated Ballard.
- Sunday Service 10:45am (All grades)
- Tuesdays 6:30pm (Grades 6-8)
- Wednesdays 7:00pm (Grades 9-12)
The Warehouse has its own entrance northeast of the main church lobby, towards the parking lot entrance.
High School | Peter Bailey
Junior High | Justin Armstrong