Student Pavilion 9:15am to 10:30am
Middle School Students grab a Shipley Doughnut or two, worship together, and listen to a talk time geared for them. We end the hour in Fusion Small Group break out rooms by grade and gender.
Student Pavilion 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Set up an environment geared towards Grades 6-8. Students begin in the Student Pavilion and move to breakout rooms to end the evening.
What is Fusion? Fusion offers a loving and accepting environment geared for Middle School Students Grades 6-8. We have events, weekly meetings, and exist to Intentionally Engage Middle School Students by leading them to the heart of the Father.
When and Where does Fusion Meet? 6th-8th grades begin in the NEW STUDENT PAVILION on Sunday and Wednesday nights.
What happens on Fusion Sunday? Beginning at 9:15am, students have a Shipley doughnut or five, worship time with a band, talk time, and then break out in rooms by grade and gender for small group time. 10:30am is dismissal time from break out rooms.
What happens on Fusion Wednesday? 6:30pm Bible Study Begins in the NEW STUDENT PAVILION!!! We have hang out time before things get started, begin with worship, move to talk time, and then break out into small groups for real life discussion. 8pm is dismissal time.
What can my Middle Schooler do for dinner? We suggest sending your student to the Oakwood Wednesday Night Dinner for a nice hot meal. Students are welcome to hang out with us in the New Student Pavilion between 5:30pm and 6:30pm.
Can my Middle Schooler play on the playground? Parents, please let your Middle Schooler know that the playground is for CHILDREN and that they will be asked to leave the playground.
What is Middle School Fuze Night? Fuze Night is a large group gathering for Middle School Students in the Student Pavilion on Wednesday Night. 6pm begins with pizza and hang time and then we move to high energy music, a relevant speaker, and response time. 8pm is dismissal time. Middle School students are challenged to shine a light for Jesus in their area of influence.
What is All Access? All Access is a foyer event geared for students to invest and invite a friend. The Oakwood Student Ministry, grades 6-12, meet in the Main Worship Center for a night of high energy worship and a relevant message, challenging students to follow Christ. 6pm begins with food and hang time, then high energy music, a relevant speaker and response time. 8pm is dismissal time. Our Believe Weekend Kick-Off night is an All Access Night as well as our Back to School Bash.