Berean High School

Grades 9-12

Berean Youth wants to see gospel transformation in the lives of students through a partnership with the church and home.

Berean High School is for students grades 9-12.


Through small groups students explore the gospel and how it transforms their lives.

Burnsville Campus
9:30 a.m. | Room 114
Lakeville Campus
9:00 a.m. | Media Center


A place all students can talk about life and experience how the gospel changes everything.

Wednesday nights are taking a break over the summer. Look for us again starting in September. To stay connected, check out Summer Fest happening four times this summer.

6:30-8:15 p.m. | Burnsville Campus Room 114 | (September-May)

Apply for Youth Worship Team

Summer Fest

What's it all about?

Bring your friends to Summer Fest.  Fun energetic nights with worship, games, big competition, gospel message and just all around crazy awesome fun!

6:30-8:30 p.m. | Burnsville Campus Room 114

  • June 26
  • July 17
  • August 7
  • August 28




There are several ways you can serve in High School.

  • Wednesday Night Small Group Leader
  • Sunday Morning Small Group Teacher
  • Welcome Team
  • Tech Team
  • Admin and Support Team

Dusty Decker, Youth Ministries Pastor

Mission Camp, June 2019


Berean Youth grade 6-12
June 10-15
Windermere Camp
Missouri Ozarks

Student Life Mission Camp is a Christ-centered camp for students grade 6-12. It includes engaging worship from experienced worship leaders, learning through sound biblical teaching and Bible study, community in Life Groups, and mission projects in the local communities. It's a week of focused learning, heartfelt praise, dramas, community building, teamwork, and most importantly, God's word on center stage.

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Camp Theme


Day 1: Access Granted

God offers us access to a relationship with Him through the completed work of Jesus on the cross. By faith, we become members of His family. 

Day 2: Filtered Focus

Membership in God's family changes us and gives us a differing perspective on the world and the people in it. It's impossible to be in the family and to remain the same. We can experience each day with a focus on the hope that is found in Christ. 

Day 3: When We Fall

Access doesn't mean we now live a life of perfection. Even though we stumble and fall, in his mercy, God draws us back to Him. He is a gracious God who wants a personal, deep, and full relationship with each of us. 

Day 4: A Greater Calling

Now that we have access to this community, we must share that news with others. No matter who you are or what you do, obedience to this calling is for all members of God's family. 

Important Dates

March 31st: Registration Deadline

April 7th: Student and Parent Info Meeting

May 24th: Final Payment Due

Trip Resources

How to write a Support Letter

Packing List (coming soon)

Sample Schedule (coming soon)

Berean Foundation Education Scholarship Application

This Scholarship is a $1000 Scholarship available to a Christian, High School Senior who is a regular attender of Berean Baptist Church. 

Berean's graduating seniors may apply. 

CLICK HERE to apply

Deadline: April 1, 2019

Summer Outreach


Berean Youth grade 6-12
June, July, August

Summer Outreach is a program at Berean Baptist Church created for the purpose of mobilizing youth to do community outreach in the South Metro during June, July, and August.

Local summer outreach will provide volunteers with a range of ministry opportunities, experiences, and training. Throughout the eleven-week program, volunteers will gain experience working on a ministry team to communicate the name of Jesus Christ to our local community. 

Site Descriptions:

Rosemount Resource Center-Kids Club:

14521 Cimmaron Ave W, Rosemount

About this Community: This is an organization that meets the needs of families in the Rosemount community. They have a food shelf, career coaching, and kids programming. We will be focusing on the elementary aged students in this community. Averages 5-15 kids at activities, other teens and parents around the premises.

Setting: Office complex near park.

Possible Activities: Team sports (basketball), group games, playground, crafts, story time, board games, kids club/VBS.

Ministry Time: Tuesdays 5:30-7:00

Chancellor Manor-Kids Club:

14250 Irving Ave S, Burnsville

About this Community: This is a Somali community with two very different serving opportunities: school aged children or adults desiring to learn the English language.

Setting: Apartment building with large Somali community. 

Possible Activities: Team Sports (soccer), group games, playground, crafts, story time, board games, kids club.

Ministry Time: Day: TBD, 5:30-7:30pm

Sunny Acres Trailer Park-Kids Club:

15800 Buck Hill Rd., Burnsville, MN 55306

About this Community: Trailer Park Community in Burnsville (next to Buck Hill). Many Spanish-speaking residents.

Setting: Park in the center of the Trailer Park Community. Possible community center being built this summer.

Possible Activities: Team sports (basketball), group games, playground, crafts, story time, board games, kids club/VBS.

Ministry Time: Tuesdays 5:30-7:30

Senior Living: Site TBD

Setting: Assisted Living Facility

Possible Activities: Bingo, board games, singing hymns, reading, painting nails, going for walks.

Ministry TimeTo Be Determined

Salvation Army- Mission Outpost:

Partner with Salvation Army in Burnsville and serve local families through the food shelf and clothing closet. Prince of Peace Church partners with the Salvation Army and helps coordinate services.

Ministry Time: Monday Evenings

Youth Events

28aug6:30 pm8:30 pmBerean Youth: Summer Fest6:30 pm - 8:30 pm