Student Ministry Events

Explore the events awaiting for your Teens at Trailview Alliance Church

Word and Worship Wednesday

Our typical Wednesday's include games, worship (through music) and a bible study. More of our studies are apart of a 3-4 week series on a particular theme (Friendship, Identity, Christmas, Prayer, Relationships, Bible etc...)


Our Wednesday nights go from 7:00-8:45pm.


This February we will be doing 3 different studies throughout the month and ending the month with the theme of Mental Health.


There are certain Wednesday's where we will not do a bible study and have an event instead.

AFTER YOU | Bible Study | February 6th

In a culture obsessed with selfies, celebrities, money, and success, it’s not difficult to understand why so many of us struggle with being a little self-centered at times. But while “me first” may the norm for the rest of the world, Jesus showed us what it looks like to live a generous, compassionate, selfless, “after you” kind of life.

MEANT TO BE | Bible Study | February 13th

“We’re meant to be.” It’s how all of our favorite movies, songs, and books talk about love—as if the secret to an amazing relationship is a little bit of destiny, a whole bunch of feelings, and a tiny dash of magic. So it makes sense, when we observe the not-so-perfect, real-life relationships modelled by our friends, parents, and favorite celebrities, that we might start to wonder, “Wait—is that how relationships are meant to be?”

February 15-22 | SCHOOL BREAK | TBD

MENTAL HEALTH NIGHT | February 27th |

Mental illnesses are medical conditions that disrupt a person's thinking, feeling, mood, ability to relate to others and daily functioning. This will be a difficult topic to cover, but my goal is to get two things across:


1.  Jesus doesn't stigmatize mental illness; He was sent to meet all human need with good news, hope, and freedom.

2.  To those who suffer: you are loved, you are valued, and you are not alone.


Mental illness has a lot of power when it is left in the shadows and not discussed openly, so we are going to take that power away from it by defining the more common mental illnesses that affect teens