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The Orchard StudentsWhat’s next for The Orchard Arlington Heights? We remain focused on worship, fellowship, and the advance of the Gospel (Acts 2:42-47). And today, we have an exciting opportunity to help the Gospel advance in our next generation.

Our next generation is facing a significant challenge. Many 10-25 year-olds are departing from Christianity and disengaging from the Bible. However, students at The Orchard are joyfully following Jesus and learning His Word. During the pandemic, Youth Group has grown by 30%! We want to help our students continue growing and reaching their peers with the Gospel.

The next generation is longing for truth, community and a mission. We will provide a space where they can dig deep roots into God’s Word, share the life they have in Christ together, and bear fruit for the glory of God in their generation.

Will you join us for what’s next?

We’re looking to raise $2.3M to refresh and renovate the Student Ministries Center, Orchard Kids classrooms, and the Family Ministries Office.


Take a look at the new student ministries center in the video below:

Support for Next

God is calling us to even greater generosity. We’re asking every person and family at The Orchard Arlington Heights to join us in prayer and in giving.  

Pray With Us

Would you join us in praying for:

  • Enthusiastic support from the congregation for the Next Project
  • The construction process and those working at the site 
  • Our new space and the potential it will bring to God’s Kingdom in our next generation 

Give to NEXT

There are many ways to give:

  • Online
  • In-Person
  • Mail (1330 N Douglas Avenue, Arlington Heights, IL 60008)
  • App (Text TOC APP to 833.594.3045)

Game Room - Before & After


North Room - Before & After


South Room - Before & After


Here are some common questions and answers regarding the Next Project. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Reach out to us to learn more.


Interested in learning more?

Brad Wetherell, Pastor

Grace Sullivan, Director of Campus Ministries