Thrive Student Ministry

“Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans.” –Proverbs 16:3

Thrive Student Ministry exists to empower the next generation of students to realize the dreams God has given them for their lives by pointing them to Jesus.

Our goal is to see every 6th-12th grader connected in a personal relationship with Jesus and thriving within the local church.

We meet every Wednesday night at First Alliance Church from 7:00pm – 8:30pm in our upstairs youth room.

Thrive Student Ministry is back, starting September 8th! We are excited to begin this next season and see the next generation God is raising up to be salt and light in the world. Our goal is to see every 6th-12 grader connected in a personal relationship with Jesus and thriving within the local church. We will be meeting in the upstairs youth room at 7pm on Wednesdays. If your student wants to arrive early with friends to hang out at 6pm the game room will be open. Please follow us on social media for updates and events.

Your Students First Visit

Here’s what to expect when visiting Thrive Student Ministry for the first time:

First, head upstairs to our student ministry room located in the North-ed building at First Alliance. When your student arrives, they will be greeted by one of our “Safe Place” trained volunteers. During our Wednesday gathering, we will play games, sing songs, and hear a student-specific message from our Student Ministry Director.

More than anything, we want to connect your student with other students in our city that are passionate about following Jesus.

We ask that our parents fill out a medical release form prior to your student attending so there is a record of allergies, ect.

Got questions?

If you have any further questions concerning Thrive Student Ministry, simply click the button below and get in touch with us!

WE LOVE. WE SERVE. WE SEND.

Our Vision: "To see individuals and families transformed by the gospel of
Jesus Christ into a vibrant community of disciples that impacts Orlando and our world."