The Student Ministry of Church on the Move

Our goal is for our students to know God and be known by others.

Oneighty is the student ministry of Church on the Move. Our purpose is for students to know God and be known by others. We have several regular environments where this takes place.



On the First Wednesday of each month, we throw a big party for our students. This is the one chance a month when all of our 6th-12th graders come together for a worship experience created just for them.  Each United Night includes amazing worship and a message from a guest speaker or one of our staff pastors, plus an opportunity to hang out, meet new friends, and play some games. It also gives our students an opportunity to serve as part of our worship team or student leader team. We have a bus at the South Campus (Glenpool Conference Center) at 5:30 PM for transportation needs. United Nights begin at 6:30 PM and end at 8:30 PM, and we look forward to it all month long. 

ONEIGHTY SOUTH (6th - 12th Grade)

Each week our students gather for worship, a message, and break into small groups that are grade and gender specific. We believe that small groups are vital for the spiritual development of a student, and our students look forward to small groups each week.  We will meet at the Glenpool Conference Center at 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM every Wednesday except for United Nights. 



For our 6th - 8th graders, we have a service that corresponds with all of the weekend services at Church on the Move.  Each week these students have an opportunity to play some games, hear a message that is geared to them, and join in on small group discussions where they can apply what they are learning to their life. Oneighty Jhi meets in the first room on your right down the south hallway at the Glenpool Conference Center. For help finding it, simply ask anyone on the COTM Host Team or at the Kid's Check-in Kiosks.


One of our favorite things to do is to meet new students, get to know our current students better, and provide opportunities for them to get to know each other. We have found that there are two things that pave the way for such conversation: food and activities. So we plan things all over town with the sole purpose of hanging out. It could be anything from serving opportunities, bowling, watching a movie, grabbing a snow cone or just meeting to hang out at the mall food court.  Sometimes we announce it weeks in advance, and other times we will send out a text or a tweet the day of the event. Our goal isn't for hundreds of people to show up each time. Our goal is to get to know the ones that do.