list of High School events
Events held and scheduled by us
  • 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
  • Various House Pools
  • 6:30pm
  • The Loft
  • 7:00 - 11:00 a.m.
  • Torrey Pines State Beach
  • 9:00a.m.
  • Thousand Pines Christian Camp
High School at RB Community


Students meet in the High School Room for fellowship, worship, and a customized message thats made just for them! Sunday morning programs are a great way to connect for both new and old students. Join us for breakfast beforehand at 9:00am!

On the first Sunday of every month we join "Big Church" to share in communion as a whole congregation. Students are welcome to sit with their families, or come sit with their leaders and peers in the front left section in the Sanctuary.


Highway programming includes laughter, games, fellowship, worship, and small group Bible studies from the Gospels, and both the Old and New Testaments. Currently we are working through the Gospel of Luke! Highway leaders strive to help students develop their faith in Christ while making space for students who do not have a church home.

Students are welcome to hang out before Highway for dinner at 5:30 in the High School Cafe. Students can purchase a meal in the Fellowship Center for $10, or are welcome to bring their own!


High school students have a unique opportunity through RB Community Church to experience both local and international trips to bless other people. Our calendar year includes multiple special outings and trips.

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Coming Up in Student Ministries

As we dive into this vibrant season of growth and change, our student community is bustling with energy and activity. For many, this time of year brings a mix of emotions,...

Family Ministries Update

It's been a wildly fun adventure full of snow, games, worship, and a deep dive into faith for our students as we headed up the mountain this past weekend to Thousand\n\nCamps sit within Youth Ministry as a \"Mountain Top\" experience (in our case quite literally!). They pull our students out of their regular routines, and create a clear headed space to approach faith. It removes them from the craziness of school, sports, band, arts, social media, and the rest of the activities that fill their busy schedules. It also creates some space from the challenges of home life, squabbles with siblings, and disagreements with parents. It creates a window to breathe, and it creates a space where they can approach their own faith journeys. Camp is a safe space for questions, doubts, vulnerability, and taking big leaps of Faith.\n\nAnd yes, if you ask our students what their favorite part of camp was, you will most likely get an answer of \"the Malt Shop!\", \"shooting my friends at Paintball\" or \"climbing the hard path at the Rock Wall\". But underneath all of that we have seen great leaps and strides taken in their faith journeys. We had older students get excited to share their experiences and stories with younger students, encouraging them in their own journeys; we witnessed deep growth in their relationships with each other; and we heard from students who want to step up how they lead in our programs. We are fond of saying that \"a year's worth of ministry happens in a week away at camp\", and we are excited to see how that growth carries our students forward in the months and years to come!\n\nTimothy Wazny ...