We are entering our summer calendar which means things are slightly different from a scheduling standpoint!
Here are some things you'll need to know before we are in the middle of the season:
  • There will be no free meals except for the "Party at the Park" events. Those nights will have food and drinks provided.
  • Doors at the Student Worship Center will open at 5:30PM and service will start at 6:00PM
  • There are two chances for Parent/Camper Falls Creek meeting. Further details regarding location and time will be provided later
  • All signups are currently still open (Mission Tulsa, Falls Creek), except for Super Summer.
  • Sign up for the newsletter to be up to date on all information regarding student ministry:  https://form.jotform.com/241127141310135

For questions or concerns, contact Sebastian at sconner@fbcdurant.org

FALLS CREEK 2024!!!!

Falls Creek is a youth camp in Davis, Oklahoma where students get the opportunity to fellowship, worship, and grow with other students by attending big group tabernacle, assorted activities, and in-cabin devotions. This year we will have two weeks that we will be attending. One week will be for High School Students only (9-12) and the other week will be Middle School Students only (7&8).


Click on one of the links below to get yourself to the event page for registration and payment information.
The cost is $150/Student. If you are in need of a scholarship, please contact Sebastian at sconner@fbcdurant.org
HIGH SCHOOL WEEK: July 15-20 for those completed 9-12 grade
MIDDLE SCHOOL WEEK: July 22-27 for those completed 7 & 8 grade

Wednesday Night Series: NO APOLOGIES

We are starting a new 4 week series called No Apologies! We will be taking a look at other ideas/religions, see how some of their overarching beliefs compare to Christianity. The goal is to be prepared to have better Gospel Conversations and stir a desire to dig into our own faith.
WEEK 2: Mormonism
  1. Have you ever interacted with anyone who considers themselves Mormon? Have you ever seen them evangelizing before? What were your thoughts if you have ever engaged with them? 
  2. Read Galatians 1:69. If an angel showed up in your room, how would you respond? How would you respond if the angel was telling you to believe something that wasn’t biblical?
  3. Much of what started Mormonism was centered on one man’s experience and interpretation of Scripture. Why is it important to reach the Scripture for yourself?
  4. One praise that many Mormons receive is how kind they are to each other and strangers. How are we as a community doing in loving others?
  5. Read John 13:34-35. What is one way we can love one another better today? What is one way we can love those around us in our schools and community?

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7th - 12th grade

Doors open at 4:30 p.m.

Every Wednesday doors open at 4:30 p.m. in the Family Life Center. This is a time for students to connected with one another through games, food, and fun. It's a great opportunity for students to have a safe and fun place to be after school until worship starts. 

Worship Service  6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.

Starting at 6:00 p.m. in the Student Worship Center we have high energy worship, followed by the teaching of God's Word. We wrap up the evenings with tribe time and fellowship with one another.

Weekly Schedule


LIFE Groups - 10:15 a.m.
Worship Service - 11:15 a.m.


The WAVE - 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.