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Break Away is our dynamic worship service geared specifically for 6th-12th students.  At Break Away they connect with God, friends, and amazing adult leaders that are pointing them to Christ!  Students will participate in large group games, worship through song, learn from dynamic teachers, and build relationships through Small Group discussions. Our hope is that students would know that they are loved by Jesus and to be transformed by Him. Break Away meets at the following times during the school year:

High School Students: Wednesday Nights 7-8:30 PM

Middle School Students: Sunday Nights 6-7:30 PM



Jesus is Our Message

The purpose of the student ministry of Leclaire is to share the hope of Jesus.  Everything that we do revolves around Jesus, Jesus is at the center of everything that we do.  Methods and programs will come and go but the message will always be the same, Jesus.


People Are Our Purpose

Our heart is for ALL people, not just believers.  We want to reach those who are far from God, we desire to reach the broken.


Friendship is Our Passion

All throughout the Bible, God has shown us the importance of friendships.  We desire and encourage our students to form lasting and genuine relationships with each other.  We want our students to speak into each other’s lives and encourage each other in all walks of life.


Serving is Our Calling

We want to be a youth group that is known for its actions and not just words.  Jesus served us by His death on the cross and we serve others by giving them the gospel and our lives to them.  The greatest things we will do in life will not actually be something we do but will be the people we serve.


Student Bible Study – Sundays at 9 AM in the Youth Room 

Middle school and high school students meet in the Youth Room, both meet during the 9am service.  This atmosphere is for teens to be part of an on-going bible study class. Some of the lessons are topical, some are studies through books of the Bible.  We desire not only to study the Word together, but also to teach students how to study, understand, and live it for themselves.

Events and Trips

Throughout the year there are various trips and events that the student ministry will have.  These include CIY for both middle school and high school, game nights, Bond Christian Service Camp,

service projects, etc.

Stay connected with us!

YouTube: Leclaire Student Ministry

Facebook: Leclaire Student Ministry

Instagram: @leclairestudentministry


PARENTS: Our current series is titled EVEN IF. Here is an overview and some ways that you can potentially engage with your children as we go through this series.


No matter what our feelings on change, to some extent, change is hard for everyone. Even good change disrupts our worlds. Which is why, in a world where it feels like everything changes, it’s important to center ourselves around the One who never changes. In this series, we’ll unpack how even if change is challenging, there is a way through it, counting on the One whose love and commitment to us never changes.

SERIES MEMORY VERSE: “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.” Hebrews 13:8, NLT

Week One

Text: Hebrews 13:8

Main Idea: God doesn’t change, even if . . .

Week Two

Text: Isaiah 43:2, John 16:33, John 16:7

Main Idea: God is with you, even if...

Week Three

Text: Numbers 13:27-28, Numbers 13:33, Numbers 14:7-9

Main Idea: You can have courage, even if . . .

Week Four

Text: James 1:2-4

Main Idea: You’ll be stronger, even if . . .


Morning Time: As your high schooler starts their day, say “I noticed that you did [fill in the blank] the other day without being asked. Thank you. I really appreciate you taking care of that.”

Meal Time: At a meal this week, ask your teen, “What is something that has changed in your life from this time last year?”

Their Time: Strengthen your relationship by adjusting your plans to show up whenever they need you.

Bed Time: Pray for your teen as they navigate the new school year (whether it’s started or upcoming). Ask God to help them adjust to changes in relationships, opportunities, academics, and whatever else the year brings.

  For more information:

Trey Hardimon, Student Minister