The Way meets every Sunday morning at 10:45 am to learn about Jesus and have fun doing it! After the lesson, students break-out into small groups with their leader to discuss the lesson and how it applies to their lives.
Students are separated by grade level for the teaching and small group time.
Grades 6-8: Teacher, Grant Heil
Grades 9-10: Teacher, Josh Rozek
Grades 11-12: Teacher, Luke Cousino
*Sunday, June 9 – canceled for guest speaker Scott Frank
Sunday night service at The Way is a time for worship and relationship building. Students will get to play games, have free time, and worship to live music. The Sunday night services are for grades 8 through 12.
*Sunday, June 9 – last Sunday night for the summer; we’ll celebrate with a summer cookout!
Students meet on Sunday mornings at 10:45 am during our worship service. We also have BAC 90, which takes place on the first Sunday of the month from 5:00-6:30 pm and is for students in grades 6-12. The other Sundays of the month, students in grades 8-12 can attend evening service from 5:00-6:30 pm.
The Way students meet at the House Campus next door to Bedford Alliance Church. Parking is not permitted on the house driveway, so please use the church parking lot and walk to the House Campus. The church address is 8645 Jackman Road, Temperance, MI.
On Sunday mornings, students should use the crosswalk in the church’s north parking lot to walk to the house. Once service is over, students can walk back to the church building to find their parents or parents can walk over and pick their student up. On Sunday nights, students can still be dropped off and picked up in the church’s north parking lot and walk to the house. Students who drive can park in the church’s lot.
Students are split based on grades for teaching time. Grades 6-8 meet inside the House, grades 9 & 10 meet in the Pole Barn, and grades 11 & 12 meet in the Garage. Before the start of service, students should go to their assigned grade area and check-in. Students will then listen to a short message and break into small groups afterward. In small groups, students have the chance to discuss how the message applies to their life and real-life issues. No one is ever forced to talk, pray, or participate in anything they are uncomfortable with.