High Road Youth Ministries is an area wide outreach to the youth of the community. This effort is not the effort of one body of believers - but several in the Tobacco Valley. Area churches are able to work together to reach this generation. The High Road Youth Center is a multi-purpose facility that allows us to reach out to youth through sports, activities, concerts, games, and major events. It provides them with a safe and healthy alternative to the party scene every Friday night.
High Road has just published a new list of Rules for Use, and an agreement form that must be filled out and signed for use of the facility. To obtain a copy of these rules and to get an agreement form you can contact the High Road Directors. We hope that these rules and form will work toward preserving the facility to be a blessing to our community for many years to come.
Open Gym is Canceled until January 19, 2018 for holiday celebrations.
High Road Ministries Directors
Nathaniel is originally from Wichita, KS and a Christian family. Nathaniel has been a part of and involved in various church ministries his entire life. Nathaniel felt a call to the ministry during his studies at Jr. College where he had intended to graduate into Kansas State Univerity for Horticulture. In response to the call, Nathaniel changed direction radically and attended a small Bible College in a rural Kansas town of Haviland. Nathaniel not only found that God was training him up through his studies, but God also had introduced him to his bride Mariah. Nathaniel has also complete his Masters Degree in Christian Spiritual Formation, since arriving to Eureka, and is eager to apply what he has learned in this great ministry.
Mariah grew up in a small town in the panhandle of Texas and after high school decided to pursue ministry after realizing her love for missions. In pursuing that passion she decided to attend college at Barclay, the same bible college as Nathaniel, which is where they met and a little more than two years later got married. After only a semester she felt that she wanted to go undeclared for a time in her major because the Lord was growing and shaping her interests in many different avenues some of which include: cultural diversity, poverty, and reaching out to non-believers. While she hasn't finished her degree she has helpled her husband along with two other young adults, lead a college ministry in Wichita for a year and a half.