ABOUT US

(Thank you to Buy Local Michigan for this video)

En Gedi works closely with the Cedar Springs Public Schools to provides many valuable resources for our students.

We call En Gedi a place to be refreshed because we want to create a place for students to get away from the burdens of life and be re-charged and energized.

Our mission―En Gedi is a Christ-centered organization dedicated to strengthening the community of Cedar Springs and the surrounding areas through the building up of our students and their families. We want to see every student in the Cedar Springs area positively impacted by En Gedi.

Our vision―En Gedi desires to work together with organizations already in place to help our students make positive life choices. We believe that we will be better and more effective together than we would be working separately.

6th-8th Grades (meets in Red Hawk Elementary)
Monday through Thursday—2:15-5:15pm
Note: CSPS provide a shuttle bus from the Middle School to Red Hawk Elementary each day.

5th-6th Grades (meets in Red Hawk Elementary)
Early-release Fridays—from dismissal time until 4:00pm on early-release Fridays only.
Note: Cedar View 5th graders will walk to Red Hawk Elementary and enter Door #9 at the back of the building.

9th-12th Grades
Fun activities planned throughout the school year! Watch for flyers and announcements at the high school.

Contact
Red Hawk Elementary School—Rooms 16, 18, and 19
engediyouthcenter@gmail.com
(616) 696-1204 x1920
10346323-largeCraig T. Owens is the executive director of the En Gedi Youth Center and has served in this capacity since the 2011-12 school year. Craig is married with three children, and is the senior pastor at Calvary Assembly of God. Before moving to Cedar Springs, Craig had experience working with youth at Fa Ho Lo Camp & Conference Center in Grass Lake, MI, and the JOY Youth Center in Grand Rapids.

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