Youth Ministry (Oikos)

Oikos Student Ministries

What is Oikos?

OikosOy’-kos-noun: A house, dwelling place; family, the family of God, the Christian Church. Jesus commissioned the church to continue His ministry of reconciliation to the lost; and He both modeled and taught a strategic formula that would facilitate that great endeavor.

From the beginning, God has consistently focused on a specific group, the oikos, the family, as His initial target for evangelism. That is, He primarily perpetuates His Kingdom through those close relational connections that we all have. Throughout the New Testament, whenever God’s Spirit changed a life, a world-changer was born.

Whether it was a demon-possessed man, a swindler named Zacchaeus, a royal official with a dying son, a tax collector named Matthew, a Centurion named Cornelius, a businesswoman named Lydia or a recently unemployed Philippian jailor, they all were sent back home to their oikos. While different cultures and generations reflect unique characteristics, the oikos phenomenon remains a constant.

Be a world-changer…join the Oikos.

High School Youth Group: Every Sunday 12:30pm – 2:30pm

High School students come together to be the church. Each week we experience dynamic small groups,  intimate worship, powerful prayer and the preaching of the Word with relevant life applicable Bible teaching for today’s teens.

Students start each meeting with a meal together provided by families in our church.

 

Junior High School Youth Group: Wednesday Afternoons 1:30 to 5:30 pm

Junior High School Students gather each Wednesday afternoon from 1:30 to 5:30 pm for Bible Study, homework help, and snacks as well as opportunities to serve as part of our Kid’s Club Program.  For more details please see our Kid’s Club XL and Kid’s Club pages.

For more information about Covenant’s Youth Groups please contact Gabe Lee at 775-746-8118 or gabe@covenant-reno.org.