About The Ministry

Sr. High Youth Group meets on Thursdays at 7:00pm.
There is also a meeting on Sundays at 11:15am.
Bible study Friday @ 8am in the Cool Bean Cafe.

The 8th Period Underground is a group surrounding the central truth that God loves us and is eager to transform our lives. We believe that Romans 12:2 is livable and as we seek to turn from the lies of this world and towards the truths of God that we will begin seeing the perfect, pleasing will of God in our lives. We know that as we live out the truths of God in a close relationship with Him that we will see a rapid and wide-spreading change in the way people think and act. We are committed to meeting weekly in an environment that fosters this change through worship and the study of scripture. But we also desire to live out the Kingdom life the Jesus set an example of by loving as they are and challenging each to the good works God has prepared in advance for them to do. We do this by doing life together and being Christ to one another through a relational youth ministry that is changing lives.
If you want to be part of this awesome community, all are welcomed and we meet every Thursday night @ 7pm. We also have a weekly Bible study Friday @ 8am in the Cool Bean Cafe. You can find us every Sunday during 3rd service in the Classroom upstairs with waffles. We hope to see you there and remember Viva La Revolution.

About The Leader

Michel Musacchio

Sr. High Pastor & Administrative Assistant
M ichel Musacchio is passionate about many things Jesus, scripture, and coffee to name a few, which makes him a great fit for youth ministry. For the past 11 years he has served at Sierra Pines because of his love for students and his desire for them to know Jesus’ love for them. He has a beautiful wife and 2 red headed children who are much of the reason for the smile you see on his face. He also speaks quarterly in YWAM as a lecturer about varying topics, but is most passionate about teaching the Father heart of God. You can find him on the high school campus, your local coffee shop, or maybe out on the hiking trails!