Set Apart Student Ministry

Our student ministry is built around three key terms, Come, Grow and Go.

We encourage our students to come and invite their

friends to come to any and all of our gatherings.

Sunday School

Students meet in our youth room at 9:30 am for a group gathering and continental breakfast.

At 9:45 am they split into grade appropriate classes and engage in a time of bible study.

Wednesday Night Live (WNL) 

Every Wednesday 6:00 - 7:30 pm

Wednesday evenings at 6:00 pm students gather together (middle and high school) for a time of games, activities, prizes, worship and and a challenging lesson from God's Word. This is a great time for them to fellowship together and grow as a group.

Discipleship Groups

Currently our Discipleship Life Groups meet on Sunday evenings in the youth department 4:00-5:30 pm.

These are separated into a girls and guys group and is open for 6th-12th graders. 

We regularly have opportunities for our students to go and

serve in our community and beyond. 

Whether it be our regularly scheduled activities, fun local trips or a

small mission project in the community,

it is our desire that students come, grow and go with us!


Parents, do you ever feel like sometimes you are alone in the struggles you are facing with your student(s)? If only children came with an instruction manual! I would like to share some resources that may be of assistance to you as a parent. I have recently uploaded these to our FBC Camden Set Apart Facebook page, but you will also be able to find them on the “Youth” page on our website (click on the Ministries tab and select “Youth”). We believe that you are the primary discipler in the life of your student and it is our goal to come along side of you as you seek to raise your children in the “training and instruction of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4). You will find resources like “Difficult Teen,” “Intentional Parenting,” “Leading your Child to Christ,” “Preparing for Adolescence,” and “Parenting Students – Technology.” Let me also recommend another source: The Parent Cue. The Parent Cue ( has a vast collection of articles on various topics; Special Needs, School Life, Family Life, Character & Values, Technology, Faith, etc. I pray that these resources will be useful to you and your family.

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