What is Custom?
Custom is the student ministry of Seacoast Church. We’re committed to providing a place for students (6th - 12th grade) to connect with God, with other students, and with committed leaders who are dedicated to seeing students grow closer to Jesus. Everyone wants to belong to something. At Custom, we see each student as the individual they are: unique and one of a kind.Go to customstudents.com
Whether you’re exploring what it means to be a Christian or you’ve already made the decision to follow Christ, we want to help you encounter God in a meaningful way.
Grow Their Faith
CUSTOM Small Groups are safe places to ask questions and discover what a relationship with Christ looks like. Here you can find a group of friends who are dealing with some of the same stuff you are. You’re not meant to go through life alone!
Discover Their Purpose
CUSTOM is a place to explore your unique God-given talents as part of a community. We want to help you discover your purpose and use your gifts to influence the world around you, building up the body of Christ.
Make a Difference
We serve in all kinds of ways—from sticking up for someone at school, helping feed the homeless, or going on missions trips. One of the best ways to make a difference in someone’s life is to demonstrate the love of God through giving and serving.
One night to move one more student, one more step closer to Christ. Once a month, students from all of our campuses come together for a huge party created just for them. One Night includes amazing worship, inspirational speakers, an opportunity to hang out, have fun, bring friends, and make new ones.Upcoming Events
Custom Summer Camp is four days of incredible worship, inspirational messages, and fun! Every year, we host a camp for middle school students (rising 6th-8th grade) and another for high school students (rising 9th-graduating seniors). Amazing experiences take place every year that only God could make happen!Register
WNTR WKND is a 2-day conference event to recharge and refresh middle and high school students as they head into the Spring school semester. This time of worship, relationship building and instruction from spiritual speakers will challenge students to be an example in what they say, and the way they live.Register