WEDNESDAY EVENING

A Catalyst is a person or thing that precipitates an event.  The mission of Catalyst is threefold:

  • Going.  We are going into all the world and making disciples
  • Sowing.  We are sowing the Word of God in lives
  • Growing.  We are growing those in their relationship with God

 

 

GARRETT & HOLLIE CHASE

With a desire to see students have a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ, Garrett leads Catalyst Student Ministries at Praise Fellowship. His partner in ministry is his amazing wife, Hollie, who also works full-time as a Registered Nurse. Garrett is a graduate of Lee University.  When not serving at Praise Fellowship, Garrett enjoys spending time with his family, cheering on the UNC Tarheels, and seeing the "hot now" sign burning at Krispy Kreme!  

 Listen to Bro. Chase's Wednesday Night Sermon

 BECAUSE I SAID SO!

STUDENT SERVICES

CAFE

Pizza, nachos, and all kinds of goodies

FELLOWSHIP AND FUN

Come and  join in the food, fun, and fellowship at 6:00PM inThe Loft prior to worship in the Loftis Center at 7:00PM

GAMES

Games, TV, Movies, Fun, and Fellowship


WORSHIP IN THE LOFTIS CENTER AT 7:00PM

Immediately following the activities in "The Loft", the youth gather in the Loftis Center for a time of

"Praise and Worship" led by the Catalyst singers and Garrett Chase, Student Pastor.



A MESSAGE FROM THE STUDENT PASTOR


Catalyst Youth is a place for middle and high school students to have an encounter with God on a weekly basis while building healthy relationships with others.  Our vision at Catalyst is to inspire the younger generation to live unashamedly for Jesus Christ.  Join Catalyst every Wednesday night!  The Loft opens at 6pm, where you can play games in the Catalyst game room, grab some food in the cafe, or just chill in the lounge area!  Catalyst worship service starts at 7pm with a live worship band, minute 2 win it games, and more!   Stay connected by following Catalyst on social media!    Connect with Catalyst at student@praisefellowshipcog.org

STUDENT@PRAISEFELLOWSHIPCOG.ORG