St. Lukes Lutheran School


December 15th is our last JAM before Christmas! We will be meeting in the gym from 7:00 to 9:00pm and celebrating our Savior's Birth! Don't miss it! If you have any questions please email!

J.A.M. activities are for middle school students in 7th and 8th grades. A typical gathering incorporates three things: Bible study, fellowship, and small groups. This ministry builds peer relationships and motivates students to develop their life-long relationship with Jesus Christ.J.A.M. events typically occur on Friday nights.

Our goal is for students to be:

     1. Aware of their identity as a redeemed Child of God;
     2. Equipped to fully participate in the life of the community of faith.


Research has shown a direct relationship between the maturity level of faith in teenagers and children and their opportunities to discuss faith issues with their parents and other adults. These relationships with adults are particularly pivotal for middle school students. JAM intentionally utilizes mentors and parent volunteers. Interested in mentoring? Let us know!


Registration Forms will be accepted from August through the first week in October. Be sure to turn your form in by August 17th if you want a JAM T-shirt.


Middle School Youth Gathering

Each November, JAM attends the FL-GA Middle School Youth Gathering to experience an unforgettable weekend, growing closer to Jesus. Don't miss your opportunity!

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Parent Volunteers

You are needed in the JAM program. And believe or not, your child wants you involved as well. As a volunteer, you can expect...

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Through JAM Parents Become

Partners in ministry. We believe that parents (not the church) will always be the biggest influence on their children's lives in every way--including spiritually. We want to work with you, the most powerful, influential people to help our students grow in

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What are we learning?

During 7th and 8th grade, student change significantly spiritually as well as mentally and physically. JAM helps youth and their parents navigate these waters.

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