FUSE: v., fused, fus·ing, fus·es. blend: mix together different elements. To become mixed or united by or as if by melting together: “There was no separation between students and adults: they fused into one”
What & Who: Fuse is a gathering of 5-6-7th graders. So here’s the deal – we know that the greatest influencers in student’s lives are their parents and families. Ultimately students are shaped the most by their care givers. We also know that what is going to help students become most like Jesus is to see their parents following Jesus. And thirdly, we are convinced that students being a part of the church ( the body of Christ) long term is directly correlated to them being included in weekend gatherings while they are still in high school. This is where Fuse comes in. The purpose of Fuse is to begin to transition students into adult gatherings. We prepare students to be a part of adult weekend gatherings. We do this in a variety of ways, all of which are fun for students. Each week is a little different to keep students engaged and challenged.
When & Where: Fuse meets in the Attic (on the 3rd Floor) on Saturdays / 5:00 p.m. and Sundays / 11:00 a.m. Just come up the stairs past the Unplugged Venue.
Questions? Contact FUSE Team Leader, Lauren DeGuia or 330.704.1458