PTC3 Students is a ministry specifically designed for middle and high school students at PTC3. Our student ministry consists of two primary environments on a weekly basis, on every Sunday Morning, Sunday Night, and Wednesday Night.
About PTC3 Students
9:30 & 11:00 am
Sunday morning is an opportunity to connect with our students through simple teaching and life application. We meet during the 9:30am and 11:00am services downstairs in our student venue.
Students will be given solid biblical teaching that will aid them in their journey on the road to understanding their role in the body of Christ.
Our Sunday nights we play! This is our main time for playing group sports and enjoying getting to know one another. We believe that the best way to understand who a student is comes down to how well they handle being pummeled with dodge balls!
On Wednesday night we make space and take the time to develop community among our students. Wednesdays are a time where we worship together and then break into small groups based on gender and grade (Middle school girls, High School girls, etc.) We tackle real life issues covering parents and relationships into Church history and politics.
All of our teaching/discussion time is rooted in scripture with the end goal of leading students to know Christ.
Student Ministry Staff
Student Discipleship Pastor
Nathan Phillips is a 2005 graduate of Atlanta Christian College (Point University) with a degree in Music and biblical studies. Nathan and his wife, Alicia, have three incredible, redheaded children: Sullivan, Ellerie and Oliver. They are glad to be back in the south but are known to sneak frozen Chicago style deep dish pizza into checked luggage.
Student Ministry Assistant | Graphic Arts
Ian has been a part of PTC3 for quite a while now, and we are thrilled to have him as part of the team! He recently graduated from Point University with a degree in History & Biblical Studies. He is engaged to Kareena and plans to marry in 2019. Ian loves gummy bears, Fortnite, and Taco Bell. What more could you ask for in a Student Ministry Pastor?