Seeking to be Christ-Centered, Relational, Missional, Fun Disciples of Jesus.
First Baptist Huntsville loves, disciples, and equips students to know Christ and to love and serve as Christ-followers in their world. Many times, students get the tagline of being the church of tomorrow. Here, First Students seeks to connect students (grades 7-12) to Jesus with a relationship enabling them to be active participants and leaders being the church of today.
First Students is a community of students for most schools across the greater Huntsville area. Amazing adults invest their faith into our students through the weekly gatherings and seasonal trips.
bible study and small groups
Student Bible Study at FBC
Please Note - We Are Conducting Bible Study Online via Zoom Until Further Notice.
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Bible study is a foundation for being Christ-centered and discipleship -- both of which are values for First Students at First Baptist Huntsville. Sunday Mornings: Our First Students gather for Bible study every Sunday at 9:15-10:15 AM in the Student Center. We first meet together with all grades 7-12 to hear what's going on and begin the study. Students then break into individual grade groups for small group study. In addition, D-Groups (Small Groups) are available for students who want to meet with 2-3 other students (same age and gender) along with an adult mentor. If interested, contact Jamie Mackey, our Minister to Students, at email@example.com.
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Minister to Students
Effective student ministry rooted in the church should help students to grasp and understand faith as both something they own for themselves and something to be shared with others. Jamie loves that his calling is to minister to and journey with students and their families through adolescence.
Denisha Akpan was born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama. She became a resident to the FBC Students in June of 2019. Prior to her residency, Denisha completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Kinesiology from Auburn University and a Master of Divinity from Baylor University. She is passionate about mental health and hope to see the students at FBC Huntsville grow holistically into disciples who make disciples of Jesus Christ.