Middle School

Helping Middle School Students Take the Next Step in Their Journey Toward Christ

Middle School is a time of significant changes in almost all areas of life and we desire to create a place for students to feel safe and cared for. Whether you’ve been here for a while or are brand new, we’re excited for you to join us!

Community Groups

Wednesdays, 7–8:45 PM

Community Groups (formerly known as Home Groups) are a space where students can laugh, connect, and have meaningful conversations about what matters most in life. Community Groups include time for both large and small group connection. In person groups meet at Blackhawk Brader Way, Blackhawk Fitchburg, Waunakee, Mount Horeb, and Oregon*. We also offer an Online Community Group.

Even if you’re unsure about Wednesday nights, filling out the sign up form is the best way to stay connected and up to date on all things MSM.

*The Oregon Middle School Community Group meets on Sundays

Asian American Student Ministry (AASM)

Fridays | 7:30-9:30 PM

AASM serves primarily Asian-American middle & high school students. It provides a culture-specific space where students can explore their identity through talking about common values and struggles with predominately Asian-American leaders. Anyone is welcome to be a part of AASM regardless of race or ethnicity, and no one is required to be part of it because of their race and ethnicity. Students may choose to do both AASM and Community Groups.

For Parents



Parenting Beyond Your Capacity | Reggie Joiner & Carey Nieuwhof
Spiritual Parenting | Michelle Anthony
Grace-Based Parenting |  Tim Kimmel
Parenting Your Adult Child | Ross Campbell & Gary Chapman
Right Click: Parenting Your Teenager in a Digital Media World | Art Bamford, Brad Griffin, & Kara Powell


Fuller Youth Institute — exists to help parents and church leaders equip teenagers with lifelong faith. The institute does this by turning research into resources. The institute publishes the books Sticky Faith, The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family, and Can I Ask That?