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3D IS THE STUDENT MINISTRY OF PARKER HILL CHURCH AND IS FOR STUDENTS IN 6TH-12TH GRADE.

Helping students find the way back to God by moving them towards God, towards groups, and towards serving. 

Helping students find the way back to God by moving them towards God, towards groups, and towards serving. 

  WHAT IS 3D?

WHAT IS 3D?

3D is the weekly programming of the Parker Hill Student Ministry. We are passionate about helping students find the way back to God and by moving them towards God, towards, groups, and towards serving.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is 3D?

3D is our middle school and high school student environment that meets on Wednesday nights. The program consists of worship, biblical teaching, small groups, and tons of fun.

When does 3D meet?

3D meets on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8pm. Doors open at 5:30 for students to play games, buy dinner, and hang out.

What should my student do upon arrival?

When your student arrives, he/she will be greeted by one of our outstanding guest services crew members. We will ask your student to fill out a basic information card, and then connect your student to one of our small group leaders, who will introduce your student to some of the other students in his/her small group.

How are groups formed?

We create groups based on gender, grade, and school. Our desire is that students have friends in their small groups who attend the same school because the level of accountability and the depth of relationships increase when students see friends from their small groups on a daily basis. Each group is formed differently, and we will work with you to create the best experience possible.

How can I, as a parent, get involved in 3D?

You can start by asking your student’s small group leader how you can support him or her. Offer to host a party or provide transportation to an outing. You could also send an encouraging note. Any time you can provide the leaders an opportunity to just hang out with their students, ministry is happening. If you want to do more, consider becoming a small group leader or joining our guest services team.