Campus Life - NW Licking County (Johnstown)

Connecting teenagers with caring adults and communicating the life changing great news of Jesus Christ is a passion of Youth for Christ and the Campus Life effort in Johnstown. Campus Life Johnstown serves both middle school and high school youth through weekly club meetings, Bible studies, service trips, camp outings, and more.

Weekly Schedule

  • Monday 6:30-8:15: High School Campus Life Club
  • Wednesday 7:00-8:30: Middle School Campus Life Club
  • Thursday 6:30-8:15: High School Bible Study

Campus Life Club:

Campus Life Club offers High School students in 9th-12th grades (on Monday evenings) and Middle School students in 6th-8th grades (on Wednesday evenings) opportunities for friendship, fun, and growth. Club meetings can be a great time to meet and "hang out" with kids from school, and a chance to talk about what's important to them. These nights are open to any student in the appropriate grades and include fun games and snacks each week. We also have annual retreats, camps and trips!

     

     

 

High School Bible Study:

High School Bible Study is for students who want to learn more about God and the life He has for us. We have small group Bible Studies that are open to anyone in grades 9-12 followed by a dinner donated by local churches, groups or families.

 

Our Meeting Place:

Campus Life Center
292 South Main Street
Johnstown, OH

 

Current Volunteer Needs:

  • High School Campus Life (Mondays):  We are looking for 3 volunteers
  • Middle School Campus Life (Wednesdays): We are looking for 3 volunteers
  • High School Bible Study (Thursdays): We are looking for 2 volunteers

 

Meet Our Team:

  • Stephanie Stanforth

    "I love being involved with Campus Life because it provides students with a safe place where they know they are loved and can learn about Jesus. I want to be an adult in their lives who they know cares about them. When I was their age having an adult mentor who I could talk to about anything changed my life and put me in a positive direction. I want to be that for someone else. I’m thankful that God uses me to do that in this community."

  • Sarah Sanz

    “I grew up in a Christian home in Massachusetts. As a teen I realized that if you didn’t grow up in a family that knew God, or a friend didn’t reach out to you, then how would you meet Jesus? From that moment on I began to think of ministry to non-Christian, un-churched teens as a mission field. After college, I posted my resume on a youth ministry website and Central Ohio Youth for Christ responded. After much prayer I moved here on October 31, 2003. I continue to be involved because I love being there when God changes someone’s life…that moment when a student realizes that no matter who they are or what they’ve done, they are still a masterpiece in the eyes of God.”

Ready to volunteer? Give us your info and we’ll be in touch.





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