We exist to expose teenagers to their need for Jesus Christ, and to teach them three main things:

  1. I am created to pursue an authentic relationship with my Creator.
  2. I belong to Jesus Christ and define who I am by what He says.
  3. I exist everyday to demonstrate God's love to a broken world.

Life can get Extreme

Come escape with friends as you learn how to deal with real life! Teaching core truths, we explore the nature of God and how our understanding of Christ impacts our understanding of our own lives. Foosball! Music! Pool! Air Hockey! Ping-pong! hang out with friends and enjoy the fun!


We meet together each week:

  • SUNDAYS @ 10 AM
  • WEDNESDAYS @ 7 PM {Gather @ 6:30 PM}


Our Wednesday night Xtreme Vision Student services are spent hanging out, playing games, and worshiping God through song and studying His Word. We host monthly activities that center around developing Christian friendships and character. 

Some of our activities include: winter & summer camps, King's Dominion trips, gym nights, parties, and other great events!

Current Series

What makes you happy? Or what would make you happy? 

That’s probably an easy question. Everyone’s got something. We all daydream about a trouble-free life made possible by something: a car, a house, a boyfriend/or girlfriend, a spring break trip, or just a pile of money. We all have something that could fill in the blank, I’d be happy if ________. And, we all spend time going after those things. Thinking about them. Hoping for them. Maybe even praying for them because, on some level or another, we all want to be happy. 

But isn’t it true that even when we get what we want, we aren’t happy for long? Pretty soon, we start daydreaming about something new. If happiness is the goal, why is it so hard to hang on to? And what do we do when the very things we think will make us happy end up making us miserable? In this series, we begin to ask the question, what makes you happy? And, one thing we’ll find is that Jesus cares a lot about our happiness. Not only that, we’ll discover where we find happiness may be in a different place than we ever thought—having to do less with a what, and more with a Who.

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