One Ten is the student ministry at Lifepointe Church in Clarksburg, West Virginia. We meet Sunday Nights from 6:30pm-8:00pm for students in 6th through 12th grade. For more information about Lifepointe Church select the button below. 


I appeal to you, dear brothers and sisters, by the authority of our Lord Jesus Christ, to live in harmony with each other. Let there be no divisions in the church. Rather, be of one mind, united in thought and purpose.
— 1 Corinthians 1:10 NLT


One Ten comes from this scripture and we believe that as a student ministry we should have one heart with God, our Pastor, and the church. We also believe that following Jesus isn't something you can half do. We're all in - one hundred and ten percent. 

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Recent studies show that 70% of students will leave the church when they graduate high school. We believe this is a huge problem. At One Ten we want to change that number. We exist so that students can experience real life change and learn to have an authentic walk with Jesus. We believe that as students experience life change and gain a real relationship with Jesus, they will want to stay connected to the church long after graduation. Here's our goal in accomplishing this.


The first step for a student at One Ten is for them to get involved. We believe that student ministry is so much more than just coming to church, standing for a few songs, sitting while someone talks, and then leaving. We believe that students best experience life change when they get involved. This is why we encourage them to get involved in pre and post experience games, worship with passion, and take notes during the message.


We believe life change also takes place by someone staying connected. This is why we push for students to follow us on social platforms, be involved in the discussion on small group nights, and connect with leaders and other students each week.


Be A Bringer

Finally, we believe that life change takes place when a student becomes a bringer. There is something special about seeing someone you brought to church experience Jesus. This is why we challenge students every weekend to be a bringer.