Creating Disciple Making Movements.
Avalon Youth exists to equip students to create disciple making movements wherever they are. We believe this happens when we connect into grace-based community, engage with the Bible in accessible ways, and reach out to our city with the hope of God.
Ways To Get Connected
Any 6th-12th grader is welcome to join us on Sunday nights in person from 7:00-8:30pm (1500 Lower Huntington Rd, 46819). Follow us on social media and join our weekly email to stay up-to-date on other ways Avalon Youth is staying connected.
These nights focus on connecting with one another in a safe, grace-based environment where we can laugh and speak honestly with one another. We believe in asking hard questions and finding answers together by engaging in the Bible.
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Interested in serving as a leader in Avalon Youth?
The best way to create a safe, grace-based place for students in our community, is by inviting adult leaders to invest in students’ lives. If you are interested in joining the Avalon Youth Leader team, please click the link below to get in contact with Pastor Kodi.
Family Life Pastor
Pastor Kodi Mullins has been in the Fort Wayne community for most of his life. He and his wife, Courtney, have known each other since they were young kids. They have three daughters, Nora, Annie, and Lucy. You may spot Pastor Kodi and his wife riding their Schwinn tandem bike and pulling their girls in the bike trailer behind them! Kodi loves running, gardening, board games, magic tricks, and making people laugh. The Mullins family loves being with people and serving others– two things that are a part of their family mission. Pastor Kodi is passionate about investing in students and families and equipping people to disciple others.
Our heart is to create a safe and fun environment for students to connect with one another. We desire to remain consistent and steady with our protocols so that we can maintain meeting in person as long as it makes sense. This means we'll be following these protocols: students and volunteers will be required to wear a mask while in the building, no food or drinks will be served at youth group, social distancing will be practiced, and students will primarily be grouped in their designated small groups throughout the night.