What to Expect at ECHO
ECHO Middle School
Middle school is a time of change, questions, and a search for identity. ECHO Middle School is a safe place for students to belong, an environment to discover their identity in Christ, and an exciting journey as they begin to discover God’s unique purpose for their lives.
During a typical evening at ECHO, students will have dinner and connect with other students, play crazy games, receive practical teaching that speaks to the issues they face in their everyday life, meet in small groups to grow in community with other students, all the while, having fun in the process.
ECHO Middle School meets most Wednesdays 6-8pm throughout the school year (meals served). Check the calendar for schedule.
Echo High School
High School is a time of transition, navigating through new challenges and exploring new territory. ECHO High School is designed to give students a place to belong, an environment to tackle relevant questions, and a launching pad to owning their faith for the long haul.
During a typical evening at ECHO, students will have the opportunity to connect with their peers and leaders, be inspired by worship led by our live student band, receive practical teaching that speaks to the issues they face in their everyday life, and meet in small groups to grow in community with other students – all the while, having fun in the process.
ECHO High School meets most Sundays 6-8pm throughout the school year. (meals not served) Check the calendar for schedule.
One-2-One is our ministry for students with special needs. One-2-One Buddies partner with students with special needs as they participate in the ECHO Middle School and ECHO High School environments on Wednesday nights.
ECHO EQ (6th-8th grade)
ECHO EQ is a unique environment created specifically for middle school students, helping them grow deeper in their relationship with God on Sunday morning. ECHO EQ meets on Sunday mornings during the 3rd Experience at 11:45 a.m..
Through ECHO Friends, our students in 6th-12th grade with special needs have the opportunity to partner with other ECHO age friends for a fun learning environment designed just for them. Our goal is to help students grow in wisdom, faith and friendship with God and others. We aim to create an experience that is cognitively and age-appropriate, and connects with teen peers, while allowing parents the time and peace to refuel in the adult worship experience. ECHO Friends meets on Sunday mornings during the 3rd Experience at 11:45 a.m..
Part of our vision at Keystone Church is to help students make a positive impact in our community by serving families and
organizations in practical ways. ECHO Cares days are set up to serve families in our community by doing yard work, basic home repair, and/or partnering with local community organizations to provide other assistance. Typically ECHO Cares meets two to three times a year on a Saturday. Check out the Echo Blog – called What’s New or Echo Calendar for your next opportunity to get involved.