Parents are always part of the movement. One of the core values of mvmt youth is to partner with parents, not replace them, in their student's spiritual devlopment. Here are some common questions parents have about mvmt. If you don't find what you are looking for, feel free to contact mvmt by email by clicking here.
Where can I get those medical release forms?
You can download this year's medical release form by clicking here. It is important that you have this form NOTARIZED before it is returned. You can have your form notarized in our student office Monday-Thursday, 8am-5pm, or by another notary of your choice. Please note that you must also provide a copy of your medical insurance card.
We're new. Where should we start?
Your student's two best introductions to mvmt will be at Collective, our Wednesday night worship gathering at 6:45pm-8:00pm in the Family Life Center, and at Sunday School Groups, meeting at 8:15am, 9:30am, or 11:00am on Sunday mornings.
Can I attend Collective with my student?
Absolutely. Our Wednesday night worship service is always open. Be sure to drop by the welcome center when you come and complete a connection card so that we can get to know you better.
How can I become a mvmt volunteer?
We are always looking for volunteers. The first order of business is to complete a background check. All volunteers are required to consent to a background check (and pass!) before working with our students. Second, click over to our volunteer portal and check out the opportunities available to you.
How do I get in touch with a minister?
If you have a difficult situation and would like advice or counsel from the youth pastor, or if you have ongoing questions or concerns about mvmt you would like to discuss, you can make an appointment with Pastor Asa Walker, Minister to Youth, by clicking here.