Fuse students move up in June
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The close of the school year marks an important milestone for fifth and eighth graders. For both groups, the end of the school year is the start of something new in Fuse!
On June 14, KidSpring celebrated fifth graders’ last Sunday of KidSpring at Home. On June 17, they join middle schoolers around the state for Fuse at Home.
Middle and high school students will continue gathering online as one student ministry until they are able to gather at campuses again. At that point, incoming freshmen will make the move from Sunday night to Wednesday night and become the first class to be sent out from middle school Fuse.
Join us Friday, July 10 at www.newspring.cc for a Leadership Team Update on campus reopening plans.
Fuse exists to show students how to love God and live the life He has for them. It’s more than a cool place to hang out. It’s where middle schoolers deepen their relationship with God, and students are sent out to bring good news to a broken world.
Just because we aren’t gathering in-person doesn’t mean you have to wait to connect with Fuse students and leaders. Students, sign up for a Fuse Group and follow @newspringfuse to stay in touch. Parents, go ahead and subscribe to Fuse News for monthly email updates.