July 12-15

 

 

July 12-15

 

Empowering Student Leaders

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What is Rush?

 

Well, it’s entirely student-led. Rush Student Leaders in middle school and high school speak, lead worship, facilitate small groups, the whole deal (even pick up trash). You’ve never experienced a conference more relevant to the life of a student.

Current 6th – 12th grade students are invited to attend Rush. We offer separate tracks for middle school and high school students with specific devotions, testimonies and worship times designed to meet their age-specific spiritual needs, enhance community and foster leadership so they can carry the gospel forward.

Rush into an encounter with the truth, encounter the gospel, and most importantly, an encounter with the living God.

What Happens at Rush?

Engaging Worship

God delights in our worship, and at Rush, we do it in lots of different and engaging ways. Our students will worship through song, dance, drama, games, or even through a video. It might get loud.

Compelling Talks

From main sessions to seminars, students will hear, directly from student leaders, talks relevant to the life of a teenager. We believe hearing from a peer is both powerful and moving.

Peer-Led Small Groups

Each Rush student will join a peer-led small group where they will be able to go deeper into what they are learning—asking questions and digging into truths from sessions and seminars.

Missions

Part of learning to be a mature follower of Christ is learning to be His hands and feet. Community outreach projects all over the city of Atlanta allow students to exercise their faith and to experience what it means to share the love of Christ.

Fun Day

We believe an important element to growth is relational community. Your group will have time to build community with one another through free time activities.

Surprises

Rush is run by students … so you never know what can happen! From a surprise food truck block party to a glow-in-the-dark dance party to a 1000 balloon release, each year of Rush brings something unexpected!

What Happens at Rush?

Engaging Worship

God delights in our worship, and at Rush, we do it in lots of different and engaging ways. Our students will worship through song, dance, drama, games, or even through a video. It might get loud.

Compelling Talks

From main sessions to seminars, students will hear, directly from student leaders, talks relevant to the life of a teenager. We believe hearing from a peer is both powerful and moving.

Peer-Led Small Groups

Each Rush student will join a peer-led small group where they will be able to go deeper into what they are learning—asking questions and digging into truths from sessions and seminars.

Missions

Part of learning to be a mature follower of Christ is learning to be His hands and feet. Community outreach projects all over the city of Atlanta allow students to exercise their faith and to experience what it means to share the love of Christ.

Fun Day

We believe an important element to growth is relational community. Your group will have time to build community with one another through free time activities.

Surprises

Rush is run by students … so you never know what can happen! From a surprise food truck block party to a glow-in-the-dark dance party to a 1000 balloon release, each year of Rush brings something unexpected!

What does the Rush Experience Look Like?

Rush 2020 was a different Rush indeed.  We livestreamed the entire conference for those who couldn’t join us in person.