Volunteer Training Workshop (September 27)

Middle & High School Students

ECNaz Student Ministry

Have a middle school or high school student? Great! We've got you covered. ECNaz offers programs for students who are in 6th through 12th grade. These years are extremely complex - and we want to come alongside you in helping your student navigate those waters. Students need a place where they can feel confident to be themselves. ECON Students provides opportunities where youth can discover spiritual truth and experience their faith in fun and welcoming environments.


SUNDAYS @ 930am

ECON Students hang out in a small group each Sunday morning, 9:30-10:20am. This environment provides the opportunity for youth to share life together with fellow students and adult workers, tell what is going on in their lives (the goods and the bads) and discuss important topics together.

At 10:30am, ECON Students participate in Morning Worship Service. Students will have the opportunity to serve the church in various ways during this service whether that be as part of the worship team, technology team or other opportunities. 


September 30  //  5:30-7:30pm

All middle and high students are invited.

$3 per person to help cover the food.

Contact Pastor Jake for directions and details.



Every month or two, ECON Students get together just to hang out and have fun. There may be games or an excursion but there's always food! Regularly check out the events page to see when new activities are planned.


Serving God and serving others is an important part of who we are. At ECNaz, opportunities are provided for everyone, including teens, to serve in the community and on campus.


While life for teens can be difficult and intimidating, it can also be exciting and fun. ECON Students provides an environment where all participants are expected to be respectful, responsible and safe so youth can be who they are.


Student Ministry Volunteers at ECNaz strive to create a healthy and positive atmosphere to provide spiritual growth. Every volunteer is screened with a background check and adheres to guidelines to exhibit and teach Godly behavior and positively reinforce rules of conduct.


September 27 (6:00-7:30pm)

Worship Center

A safety guideline and child abuse prevention workshop for

All Child & Student Volunteers

Everyone that volunteers with or around minors (infant through teens) at ECNaz is encouraged to participate in this NazSafe workshop.


Gulf Coast Kid's House will be on campus to lead the training. The NazSafe goal is to empower volunteers with the information they need to identify, prevent, and report child abuse.


Participation is a priority to meet Nazarene requirements and ensure our families that we’re proactive in keeping kids safe.


Dinner and childcare will be provided.  If you are unable to attend on the 27th, training and testing can be scheduled for completion at home.  Please contact us to sign up or ask any questions.