Restoration Students


Reaching out and building up students to become mature followers of Christ.

Middle and high school are often the most formative years in a person’s life. That’s why we are committed to partnering with parents to see students grow in the right direction. We know that it is through Jesus that we learn to navigate the often-difficult years of becoming an adult. Through focusing on community, friendships, and teaching practical Biblical lessons, students learn to take positive steps in their life with Christ. We also provide student-oriented environments where they feel comfortable relating with other students their own age.

Sunday Mornings:

Sundays 9:30 and 11:00am
Building B, Entrance B2 or B3
Students Cafe' & Theater

Sunday morning provides students with the opportunity to connect with God and others their own age. Each service starts off with 10-15 minutes of cafe time. This is an opportunity for students to catch up with friends and volunteers while eating breakfast and drinking coffee. Then we have a time of musical worship and a message that is directly applicable to life.


Tuesdays 6:30-8:00pm
Building B, Entrance B2 or B3

Renewal is a fun and engaging environment for 6th-12th grade students. We provide a comfortable atmosphere where each student can build healthy relationships with ministry leaders and other students. Each week they can expect to play games, eat dinner, and have a short lesson that is directly applicable to their lives. All students from 6th-12th grade are welcome to come!


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Andrew grew up in Springfield and went to Northwestern High School. In 2018, he graduated from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago where he led Young Life. He will be marrying his wonderful fiancé, Brooklyn, in December 2019. In his free time, he enjoys wood working, making obscure Office references, and kicking Chad’s butt at ping pong (he’s bad).

Andrew Franzen

Student Pastor