What We Do

Transit is a weekly environment where students experience games, music, and teaching in a large group setting before spending time processing what they learned in small groups. Small groups are at the core of Transit. They’re made up of a consistent group of students and led by committed adult leaders. These groups are designed to create a safe environment for students to share what’s going on in their lives, ask questions about faith and help navigate the middle school world. Our hope is to energize students to connect with peers and give them a vision of who they were created to be. 

The road through middle school may be bumpy—but it doesn’t have to be lonely. Transit students are surrounded by a community helping them on the journey to discover a faith of their own. 

Want a better answer than “good” when you ask “How was church?”

The Parent Cue App helps you, as a parent, follow along with what your middle schooler is learning on Sunday mornings. It’s designed to help you do something simple each week to help move your child toward a deeper faith and a better future. Maximize your time—in the car, at the dinner table, before bed—and ask questions that help lead to simple faith conversations about what they’re already learning.

Download the app, search for “Athens Church”, and continue the conversation today!

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