Middle & High School Students
Wednesday, September 21
6:30 – 8:30
Do to others as you would like them to do to you.
Friendships can be complicated. Add in the drama, pressures, constant connection and hormones that play a part in today’s middle and high school experience and connecting with other humans can be really overwhelming. In this series, we’re going to take a look at how to navigate some of the most common experiences in our friendships with other people. Whether it’s being a great friend, finding the right friends, or figuring out how to step away from some friendships, it isn’t always easy. But, we know this: The work to both find and be a great friend is worth it. The earlier you learn how to build great friendships, the better your future relationships will be. That’s why we’re offering a way for you to learn how to friend.
THIS WEEK’S BOTTOM LINE:
Being a friend means walking away friendly.
GZi is a weekly experience where teenagers can hang out with their friends, grab dinner in Top Nosh, enjoy a coffee drink from the Coffee Shop, play games, hear from a dynamic communicator and engage in group discussion about a relevant topic or issue they face. GZi is the place to be each week, a place where every teenager can Go, Belong and Grow in a supportive, fun environment.
iGROUPS give teenagers the chance to go deeper in relationship as part of a consistent, dedicated group that meets at GZi each week. iGroups are committed communities where teenagers can make friends, build safe relationships and navigate faith and life together.