Wildfire Ministries Mission
Igniting Jr. High students to take ownership of their faith
and spread the gospel of Jesus Christ like wildfire.
...is made up of 30 on-fire Christian leaders who want to come along side parents to shape and equip 6th-8th graders in Jesus Christ! Every Wednesday, kids meet in New Hope Community Church’s Chapel between 6:45-8:15pm. Students not only anchor and grow in Jesus Christ, but also stretch themselves in crazy icebreaker activities and games, stoke their hearts during powerful live worship, and challenge themselves in small group discussions.
Wednesdays from 6:45-8:15pm
Christ-centered worship, teaching, fun and fellowship!
Meets every Wednesday in The Chapel in our Main Building.
Sunday Mornings from 8:45am to 9:45am
Food, Fun, Fellowship!
Throughout the year...
...Wildfire Ministries throw sizzling overnighters, scorching weekend retreats, sweaty service projects, and hot hikes and hunting trips. And to top it off, Wildfire presents every third week of July the most unforgettable and unique “Survivor” camp; a camp that surpasses any youth camp in the state! Wildfire’s all year scheduling give students no excuses to miss out on what’s smokin’ within God’s children! Ignite your life every week at Wildfire!
History of Wildfire Ministries:
In 2006, Pastor Bruce Banwell was hired on to the staff of New Hope Community Church to work with students between the grades 6th through 8th. That was the first year the Sr. High and Jr. High split; the first year Pastor Bruce named the Jr. High Wildfire Ministries.
Today Wildfire averages between 90-110 students weekly and is volunteered by 25-30 leaders. Wildfire has developed yearly camps, retreats, weekend hiking, a worship team, and other student lead ministries.
Wildfire Ministries believe that to truly make teens disciples of Christ, we must raise the bar spiritually, calling them to make a difference by taking Jesus Christ and the Great Commission seriously.
Contact our Leadership
(Jr. High Pastoral Leader - Fall 2015)
231-938-8056 ext. 235