Growing together.

Whoever you are, wherever you're from, you are welcome here.

This youth ministry is focused on living out that verse by growing relationships with Jesus and one another.
At Upward and Rise, we learn as we go by listening, reading, and watching for God in everyday life. By sharing scripture, testimonies, missions, and fellowship, youth at Newton Church of the Way learn about the unconditional love of God, and about how He changes lives.

Join us September 14th! Register below!
Rise - High School Youth (9th-12th Grade)
At Rise, all students are welcome to join us as we learn and grow together by listening, reading, asking hard questions, and seeing God in everyday life. We seek to learn about and experience the unconditional love of God through worship, scripture, testimony, small group, and fellowship in a Christ-centered way. Join us as you discover your God-given gifts and serve at youth group, in our community, and on mission trips across the country.
Leaders: Ryan & Terra Kurovski
• Ages: For Youth in 9th – 12th Grade
• Wednesdays | 6:30-9:00 pm | Worship Center
• Youth can arrive at 6:00.
• Supper at 6:30.
• Doors close at 9:00.

The 2023 High School Youth Trip is being planned! We have 40+ youth interesting in going on our trip this year and we're so excited. Please join us for our fundraising dinner! Click the link below to register.
Upward-Middle School Youth (7th and 8th Grade)
We believe that God is moving powerfully through this generation and that he desires to raise up youth who know Jesus and are empowered by His Spirit. If you’re a Middle School or a High School student who is looking to grow your faith, connect with other students, and have fun while doing it, then JOIN US!
Leader: Julie Kain
• Ages: For Youth in 7th – 8th Grade
• Wednesdays | 6-8pm | Discipleship Center • Youth can arrive at 5:45.
• Supper at 6:00.
• Doors close at 8:00.

Youth group is important.

According to the Barna Group, 94% of adult Christians made their decision to follow Jesus before the age of 18. Youth Group IS important.