photo-feb-08-7-10-56-pm.jpgWednesday Night Worship
6:00 pm Youth Room

Nearly every Wednesday during the school year, and many Wednesday nights in the summer, Barefoot hosts its main gathering. It is during Wednesday Night Worship (WNW) that both middle and high school students meet for life-changing worship of God. Worship is led by our student worship band. Our Circle groups, messages, and teachings are also equally powerful. WNW is a great place for students to find fellowship, challenging teachings, and spiritual encouragement.

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FullSizeRender 6Circle Groups

Circle Groups meet every other week during the school year. Circle Groups are a place for students to be real and honest. These groups are designed to be a place for community and encouragement. Each Circle is divided up by age and gender. Our Circle Group leaders are adults that students come to love!
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Photo Aug 14, 11 42 30 AMSunday School
11:00 am – Youth Room

Sunday School is where our students learn the basics of Christian faith and develop a strong biblical foundation. Our teachers are dynamic and make theological conversations engaging. a japanese arts festival(2)


IMG_5147Annual Beach Retreat

Each November Barefoot heads to the beach for a weekend retreat. This retreat is a highlight every year for our students! Each year the retreat is designed around a different theme and contains fun, worship, teaching, and challenges!a japanese arts festival(2)




Homecoming Appetizers

Each fall Barefoot Student Ministries hosts Homecoming Appetizers. Homecoming Apps is held at the lighthouse in Mount Dora. During this event Barefoot provides free food to any high school student attending Mount Dora High School’s homecoming dance.

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Throughout the year Barefoot have many other events and opportunities for students! The events range from mission trips, Junior & Senior Retreats, Confirmation, Barefoot Blitz week, Worship nights, and many more!