At New Song Youth, we strive to create safe spaces, incredible experiences, and engaging discussions that lead any student between 6th grade and 12th grade towards a sustainable, eternal relationship with God.

Our Goals

  • For those students in Middle School, we aim to affirm their connection with God as they seek to answer the question, “Who am I?”
  • For those in High School, we want to guide them into putting their faith into action in each aspect of their lives.
  • For parents, we desire to empower you with the resources to have meaningful, faith-building discussions that are easily accessible. We desire to be on your team in the growth of your child from Middle Schooler to High School graduate and beyond.


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Sundays: Currently, we have services for middle school students (6-8 grades) at every campus (9th graders are also permitted to attend).

High school students (9-12th grades) are encouraged to participate as full members of New Song by participating in the main services and by volunteering with any of our weekend service teams (kids, worship teams, ushers/greeters, tech, hospitality, etc).

Wednesdays: Students from all campuses gather at Oceanside Campus on Wednesday nights starting at 6:30 for an awesome evening experience. Each meeting will have combinations of worship, games, and teaching finishing off with small group time. Small groups are arranged by grade and gender. Each are led by a team of qualified and trained adult volunteers.

Special Events

For both middle & high school, we have awesome special events planned year round. We would encourage you to follow any one of the media platforms below to be connected in our regular or special events. We use them for emergency announcements as well. You can also join our weekly mailing list by e-mailing

Ministry Leader


Munyoki Mulwa

(760) 560-5000 x135

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Faith on Fire

Anderson and Parishe's Story

Before Parishe and Anderson Miller started attending New Song, they were “good” people. Back home in Chicago, they went to church most Sundays but had little involvement outside of attending services. As Parishe puts it, there was “no opportunity for growth.” Though Jesus was somewhere in the mix, the Millers’ relationship with him remained stagnant. Church was just a box they checked off their to-do list.

But God had greater plans for the Millers.

When Anderson was stationed in Oceanside, the Millers moved out west with the intent to try a couple churches and see where they fit in. They desired to join a church that could help them “figure this whole thing out,” Parishe says, because “without God, life is pretty crazy.”

Parishe made a list of churches to …

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