Frequently Asked Questions about InsideOut
Our Ministry for High School Students
What is InsideOut?
InsideOut is our environment for high schoolers. The high school years happen fast. InsideOut is here to help your student not just survive those years, but make the most of them.
On Sunday afternoons at 4:30 p.m., high schoolers gather with their friends for live music, practical teaching, and small group conversation guided by adult leaders who care about them.
InsideOut meets at North Point Community Church in the Theater. When you arrive, drive around the left side of the building to the portico for drop-off or park in the lot and enter through the glass doors.
You are welcome to walk in with your student, but you certainly don’t have to! When students arrive, our Guest Services Team will greet them and make sure they know where to go.
Just inside the glass doors are first-time tables where students can check in and be added to a small group. We’ll get them registered and reach out to their leader to come meet them and walk them over to join the rest of the group!
Most Sunday afternoons at InsideOut start with a large group gathering for some fun, music, and practical teaching. Then students meet with their small group to talk about the message and build relationships with one another. It’s important for students to talk about the teaching and how to apply it in their everyday lives.
Small group time usually wraps up around 6:30 p.m., and you can pick up your student where you dropped them off by the Theater portico.
Yes! Our groups are broken down by grade, gender, and school. We believe circles are better than rows, so we want students to experience a consistent group of their peers with leaders who care about them. We typically start by asking if a student has any friends they want to be in group with. If so, we try our best to make that happen! If not, we’ll put them in a group with other students who are the same gender and in the same grade.
Great question! You can request that information here and we’ll reach out soon to let you know.
We are SUPER picky about who we invite to lead students. Potential leaders fill out an application, go through an interview process, provide references, and submit to a background check. Once leaders are chosen, we provide training so they are prepared and equipped to lead students. We ask leaders to commit to stay with their group until the students graduate high school.
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