Woodmont Youth

6th-12th Grade


Did you know that from the time a student enters the 6th grade until they graduate from High School adds up to only 84 months?


When you share that with parents, their usual reaction is... I can’t believe how short of a time that really is. Youth would probably say that sounds like forever!

Regardless of how you react, 84 months is not very long when you consider all that happens during that time frame. Students jump into middle school, discover the challenges of juggling a busy schedule, start to think about dating, get their drivers’ license, and even begin to decide what they want to do for a career.

With so many voices calling out to teenagers today, we feel that it is important to have a safe harbor for students to grow in their faith, treasure God’s word in their hearts, find ways to use their gifts and talents for service in God’s kingdom, and to find a place that is welcoming to all!

In our Student Ministry, we have weekly Bible studies on Sunday morning for both high school and middle school. We plan mission and service trips in the summer, and we offer times of worship and discipleship for students of all ages. During the summer, we offer special studies and activities that help build our fellowship and grow our group.

Our Mission:

We exist to make next generation disciples who make disciples. We long to see a generation of believers who have been transformed by the Gospel for the glory of God and the advancement of His Kingdom.


3 Vital Stages of discipleship:

Hearing the Gospel  (Rom. 10:17)

Embracing the Gospel (Rom. 6)

Sharing the Gospel (Matt. 28:19-20)


We view these three stages as parts of a circle. Students are in at least one of those stages at a time. As a student hears the Gospel, they learn to embrace it, and as they embrace it, they begin to share it. As they share it, they (and those around them) get to hear it. Our events/ programming/ discipleship efforts go towards helping students in each of these stages. 

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Trey Hayman

Minister of Students

Sunday Mornings

Sundays 9:15-10:15am     |    6th-12th Grade


Sunday mornings start in the Pier (3rd floor) to play pool and hang out with friends before gathering for worship and Bible study groups.


Middle School (6th - 8th): Meet with Scott, Sarah and Anna, and Trey.

High School (9th-12th): Meet with Kristi, Kara, and Steve.

Wednesday Night


We meet for a time of worship and fellowship in the youth area on the 3rd floor. We play games, worship, and have a time of practical Biblical teaching together.


Upcoming Events


Spring Retreat

April 3-5, 2020

Price: $175


I am so excited about this awesome weekend retreat at Camp Highland in Elijay, GA. I went here a few times in college, and it is probably my favorite camp I have gone to. They have amazing team building activities (high ropes courses, low ropes, zip lines, teams courses, rec field, etc.).


This is going to be an amazing weekend that your student and their friends do not want to miss. We will leave Friday, April 3, after school and arrive back in Nashville Sunday, April 5. Price is $175. A sibling discount is available. 

Register below. 

Summer Camp (GENERATE)

June 1-5, 2020, at Lee University in Cleveland, TN

Price: $340

Summer camp is coming up! Our 6th-12th graders will be going to GENERATE camp at Lee University. High schoolers will be serving at mission projects during the day, and middle schoolers will be doing various activities on campus. Camp is a great way for your student to grow closer to God and to other students.


I highly encourage you to sign your student up. You can register at link below. 


A $50 deposit is due by March 15. Spots are limited. You can also pay in installments.

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​Woodmont Baptist Church​​

2100 Woodmont Blvd | Nashville, TN 37215




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