PROJECT 7 CLUBS
P7 Clubs are student-led and -driven opportunities for students to participate in a spiritually inspired, relationship-oriented, community-serving project in their school.
What is P7?
Project 7 (P7) is a free resource for students to utilize for the purpose of starting Bible Clubs on their High School and Middle School campuses. P7 Clubs are student-led and -driven opportunities for students to participate in a spiritually inspired, relationship-oriented, community-serving project in their school. If you are interested in starting or joining a P7 Club, make the pledge to be a P7 missionary!
The greatest project you could ever work on is within the seven years of secondary school--a project that leads to completion in Christ!
Project 7 Core Values
Accountability – Take responsibility for our actions on and off campus that influence the lives of others.
Communication – Show love to everyone through our words and actions.
Empowerment – Empower students to take initiative and give their best to the mission God has for their life.
Integrity – To act with honesty and character without compromising the truth.
Leadership – To lead with courage in order to shape the future.
Relationship – Encourage relationship with God and with others.
Community – Establish community among the student body, and use that strength to impact the local community through service projects and supporting current causes.
There are 4 easy steps to start your P7 Bible Club! This page is your detailed checklist to get to your first meeting. Print it out, bookmark it, and go step by step! You can also download the Starter & Strategy Guide PDF or purchase a hard copy here. Get Started: 1. Pray and Partner The first step in starting your club is to...
The role of a youth pastor is to simply coach students as they start and lead a P7 Club. As the local coach, you are responsible for mentoring and empowering the students and student leaders of the P7 Club.