A few of our favorite things

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The Bike

Because sometimes the best thing you can do for your preteens is let go of the bike.
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The List

Check out our list of preteen ministries to find one near you. And if you're preteen ministry isn't on the list yet, fill out the form and we'll add you to it.
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The Podcast

"Free Ideas" is a podcast where we talk with preteen ministry leaders and give ideas away for free.
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The Conference

Join us for the annual FourFiveSix conference.
About FourFiveSix

Who's behind all this?

I lead SuperStart!, the touring event just for preteens.
Patrick Snow
I manage PreteenMinistry.net.
Nick Diliberto
I'm the Director of Community Life at All Saints Ministry in Denver, CO and preteens have been my passion since before the rest of the FourFiveSix team was born.
Heather Dunn
I'm the Pastor to Children and Families at New Covenant Community Church in Fresno, CA. I wear a hat better than anyone else on the FourFiveSix team.
Chip Henderson
I lead Elevate, the preteen ministry at Destiny Christian Church in Rocklin, CA.
Sean Sweet
I led a preteen ministry for  almost 10 years in CA, now I am a Junior High Pastor at Central Christian Church in Mesa, AZ.
Nate Cummings
I am the Elementary Director at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, MD where I launched Mt. 54, our preteen ministry.
Katie Gerber
I'm the Middle School pastor at Mount Pleasant Christian Church where I lead fifty6-six and seventy8.
Mike Sheley
I lead the preteen ministry at Sun Valley Community Church in Gilbert, AZ.
Mike Branton
From The Blog

What is FourFiveSix?

Wherever you’re at, there’s always a step forward. And we want to help you (and your preteen ministry) take it.  And we know you can help us and others do the same.  Because, to quote a slightly outdated musical, “we’re all in this together.”

FourFiveSix is a community dedicated to helping your preteen ministry take the next step. Created and curated by the leading voices in preteen ministry, FourFiveSix exists to provide helpful resources and connect you with other women and men who are investing their lives in a similar vein of ministry.

Ministries and programs for fourth, fifth, and sixth graders are new innovations for everyone.  Which means we’re all making it up as we go.  And to “make it up” the best possible, we need each other.  Together we can help one another take the next step.