Vision of High Tide

High Tide is a uniquely middle school community.  

Our goal is to challenge middle school students to start thinking about their faith as their own and to help students discover who they are and who they have been made to be.  

We believe the greatest way to grow in these things is to know and worship God who created us, and know who he made us to be.  

Weekly Program

Sunday

High Tide - 3:00-5:00. 

Through games, teaching, music, and drinks from the Refuge Cafe, Sunday nights are full of energy and full of FUN and are focused on the Word of God! This is a great place to bring your friends and find good connection with a great community of Middle School Students.   We will see you there and be sure to bring your friends along too!  


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We have our annual High Tide Christmas Party coming up December 16th during our normal High Tide time. You are not going to want to miss this!!

Make sure to bring a $5 dollar or less white elephant gift. Your favorite Christmas snack and ugly Christmas sweater!


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We love the holiday season and yet it’s hard without cooler weather or some of the normal holiday traditions. Sunday December 23rd we will not be having our normal High Tide and will be heading out ice skating.

This is a whole family event, however, we do know that there are times the whole family cannot make it. If your student is joining us without a parent we need the permission slip below filled out along with an ROL. Please let Katie or Kenji know by December 20th so that we can make sure to have car space available. 

Questions? Call or email us! 


Middle School Girls!!! You are not going to want to miss our Christmas girls night. It will be December 14th at Katie’s house! We are going to enjoy the Christmas spirit by watching Elf and making Christmas cookies together! Contact Katie for directions.

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All middle school students are welcome to join us the first Tuesday of every month for Bible study games and a family dinner. We meet at the Kinser Chapel from 1600-1800.