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To download the printable 2021 FALL CALENDAR, click here

To download a printable 2021 Medical Release Form, click here.


Wednesdays
A safe, fun, accepting place where junior high students (6th - 8th grade) can make new friends, play fun, interactive games and learn how the Bible relates to their everyday lives. 


Sundays

A Sunday morning experience designed specifically for junior high students, offering a fun, engaging and relevant Bible-based message. 


For more information about the junior high ministry, please contact Becca Osmond-Gould.


Summer On Tour

A Summer camp designed for incoming 6-8th grade students to have fun, build relationships with peers, and ask tough questions. This camp takes place on July 22-25th, 2021! We leave at 9am Thursday morning and return Sunday @12:30pm. We enjoy one day at Discovery Kingdom, two days at Golfland Sunsplash Roseville, an Old Town Sacramento Scavenger Hunt, and SO MUCH MORE. Hotel Suite style accommodations and charter bus transportation included. Don't miss out on this Summer's GREATEST event.


Register HERE!

PULSE Update

Now that California is beginning to reopen, we want to assure you that we will follow all guidelines regarding indoor and outdoor meetings.

What this means for PULSE is the following:

  • We will continue having Pulse on Sunday mornings in-person at 10am at the Crossroads Fremont campus in building B.
  • Pulse will offer activities on Wednesdays from 7-8:30pm. Please invite your friends- they're probably really bored!
  • Pulse also is offering a Study Buddy group on Wednesdays from 5-6:30pm that includes (a FREE) dinner. Please sign up here.
  • We understand that PULSE students need something to look forward too. As of this moment, all our upcoming camps, retreats, and events are still happening. As each gets closer, we will assess the situation if necessary. Since this situation continues to change rapidly, we don’t want to cancel any trips, only to learn later that they could have happened. Fear not, we will continue to make safety a top priority.

We will comply with the current COVID regulations from Alameda County which include: 

  1. For those with elderly at home or who are uncomfortable attending live meetings once they return, we will keep the Zoom option available! We genuinely care about you and your families, and we don’t want to put people of any age at risk. 
  2. Students should bring their own masks.
  3. Student Ministry Staff have completed the Covid-19 procedural training, and any indoor/outdoor facilities/props will be sanitized before and after the event.
  4. All staff, volunteers, and participants are required upon arrival to go to the central check in area for: 
    a. A temperature check
    b. Hand sanitizing
    c. Mask check (Note: A VERY small supply of masks will be available if someone forgets)
  5. Anyone failing the temperature check (100+ degrees) or showing signs of illness will not be allowed to attend the event. If dropping off your student, please wait for the "all clear" from staff before leaving.
  6. Restrooms will be available under the following conditions: 
    a. Building A permits only two (2) people at a time in the restroom. 
    b. Building B will allow for only one (1) person at a time. 
    c. The middle sinks in Building A will be blocked off to facilitate social distancing. If restrooms are at capacity, students will form a line outside,      leaving a 6ft gap in front of the door so students may exit.
  7. Any indoor meeting will meet and follow the social distancing guidelines of staying 6 feet apart and wearing masks while inside the room.
  8. Parents are encouraged to drop off students directly at any off-campus events which require transportation. Staff are not allowed to offer rides at this time.

Please feel free to contact Becca if you have any questions.