• Campus Life
Campus Life is a place for middle and high school students to have fun, make friends and talk about stuff that matters. Campus Life provides a balanced life approach to give teens the skills and hope they need to live in a turbulent world by the power of Christ. Campus Life meets every Monday during the school year from 6-m-9pm. Open to all students from 7-12 grade, Campus Life is a great opportunity for students to make friends, have fun and begin the most important relationship that they’ll ever have…a relationship with Jesus Christ!.
• The Garage
The Garage is a teen outreach that targets the subculture of risk and fringe teens. Teen can skate on our ramps, they are invited in, fed, and mentored by adults who will introduce them to Jesus. 126 N. Pardee St.
•Middle School,Wednesday 6:00 pm
•High School,Thursday 6:00 pm
Matt Mountjoy - 330-620-9435 - firstname.lastname@example.org
• Teen Moms
Teen Moms provides support for teen girls before and after the birth of their baby. It is designed to help teen mothers in their daily challenges, and introduce them to new life in Jesus.
Laurie Beal - 330-472-5063 -
• The Door Cafe'
Open after school, this full service cafe serves free food and provides a safe place for teens to hang out. Volunteers offer friendship and encouraging conversation.
Laurie Beal -
• Juvenile Justice
Volunteers from the various Wadsworth clubs minister to teens at the Medina County Juvenile Detention Center.
Scott Hulet - 330-241-9137 -
*see more on the ministries of Wadsworth at
A weekly meeting for middle school and high school aged teens held at the Sandusky County YMCA.
Neighborhood Study Group
Barbara and John Fehl
Sandusky County Juvenile
Detention Center Ministry
YFC has volunteers who visit the pods at the Sandusky County Juvenile Detention Center four days a week.
Campus Life is an amazing way for teens to get together in a safe environment to build strong relationships. I love it and keep going because Campus Life saved my life. Before I started going, I was anti-social. Since I moved back to Brunswick I didn't know anyone. We get together and play games. We talk about God and common problems and situations most teens face. It brings a sense of comfort that people are here for you who genuinely care. The adults there just want the teens to have fun, and to know that they are loved. Loved by God most of all, and loved by everyone there. And hey, it's free!