9th-12th Grade | HIGHSIGHT

HighSight is the high school ministry of LCC Redding. More than just a fun “youth group” our mission is to lead students to experience restoration through Jesus Christ through restored identity, restored purpose, and practice. And yes, we do have a lot of fun in the process!

From our weekly meetings, to Life Groups, to Houseboat Camp, to backpacking trips, to Inductive Bible Study retreats, and everything in between, all the events and activities that we do are meant to help students, FIND IT, OWN IT, and DO IT. We’d love for you to join us!

We meet regularly on Sundays at 9am or 11am and Wednesday nights at 6:30pm.


We hold a high value for intergenerational worship and for the place parents have as the primary disciples of their High School student(s). We also believe that Little Country Church (LCC) is called to be a church that provides opportunities for the whole family to be ministered to in the way that fits their needs best. In that same spirit, as we encourage intergenerational worship we also provide space on Sundays for High School students to worship in a setting that is tailored specifically for their age, culture and dynamic. So, High School students begin in the main Worship Center at the 9am or 11am service for a time of worship in song, and then are released afterwards to Room C6 to join their peers for Bible teaching and discipleship.


Our Wednesday night services meet simultaneous to the adult service and consists of simple, practical, applicable, Bible teaching, student lead worship teams, and times of prayer and conversation with one another. All students 9th-12th grade are welcome.


Houseboat Camp, affectionately known as HBC, is one weekend a summer dedicated to discovering who God is and what He is like. It is unlike any summer camp experience. You can visit register.lccredding.org to register for this and other LCC events, ministries, and outreaches.

Holden AltemusHigh School Pastor
Holden oversees our High School ministry to those in 9th grade through 12th grade. He has been on staff at LCC since 2022