Middle School

Transit Student event

Helping middle schoolers discover a faith of their own

Middle school can be tough, but your student doesn’t have to face it alone.

Transit meets at 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. on Sundays at Woodstock City Church.

We know the middle school years can be complicated. Students are growing up fast and need a place where they can learn how God sees them. Our goal is to create a community where every student knows they matter and belong. The road through middle school may be bumpy, but it doesn’t have to be lonely.

This Week in Transit

no place better

For the next couple of Sundays in Transit, we’ll remind students that they are surrounded by friends and peers who don’t have a relationship with Jesus Christ. So we’re asking students to think about who they could invite to Transit. And speaking of inviting a friend to Transit…

Mark your calendar for Double Dog Dare-a-Thon on April 20–21! 
The goal of Double Dog Dare-a-Thon is to provide students an easy opportunity to invite their friends to come experience Transit on a Sunday morning!
We want Transit to be a place where your student has confidence inviting their friends. You can help with that by encouraging them to use this event as an easy first step.

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Transit Events

Transit Double Dog Dare-a-Thon April 21 2024

Transit's Double Dog Dare-a-Thon

A night of silly dares and a day of prizes for middle school students!

Transit Service

April 28, 2024 • 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Middle school students, join us at 9 and 11 for small group, worship, and fun!

Transit Service

May 5, 2024 • 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Middle school students, join us at 9 and 11 for small group, worship, and fun!
What can I do to make the most of the resources Transit has available for my Middle School student?


1. Join our parent group on Facebook to stay up-to-date on all things Transit! 

2. Visit our Parent Resource page. We have a variety of helpful resources to help you navigate parenthood during middle school. 


Parent Resource page

How do I help my student struggling with a mental health issue during this season?


If you are concerned that your student may do something to harm themselves, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255. 


We have compiled some helpful videos and resources for parents and students on mental health. 



What information do you collect from my student and why?


We collect the following information so that we can place your student into the appropriate small group:

  • Name
  • Gender
  • Grade
  • Hour
  • Email
  • Phone Number

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