Setting young lives on a trajectory towards God through relationships and events.
High School: Grades 9-12 gather on Wednesday nights between 7:30 – 8:30 PM
Middle School: Grades 6-8 gather on Wednesday nights between 6:00 - 7:00 PM
In a culture obsessed with selfies, celebrities, money, and success, it’s not difficult to understand why so many of us struggle with being a little self-centered at times. But while “me first” may be the norm for the rest of the world, Jesus showed us what it looks like to live a generous, compassionate, selfless, “after you” kind of life. In this 4-week series, you’ll challenge students to move away from the world’s “me first” attitude and embrace the “after you” message of Jesus by noticing needs, opening their hands, using their gifts, and sharing their joy.
December 5th join us for a breakfast dinner at The Assembly from 6:30-7:30pm while your student attend CY
-Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well. 1Thessalonians 2:8
Youth Ministry is extremely exciting, dynamic, complex, and challenging. The reward of seeing young people transformed by the Gospel is what makes every late night, every tough conversation, and every one of our best efforts worth giving. It has been said “Adolescence is just a phase, don’t miss it” and that is what we are going to do: we are going to lean in, love big, and work to navigate one of the most challenging seasons of life with our students. The relationships that begin at community youth can last a lifetime and the impact of one leader who faithfully loves and gracefully challenges a young person to greater things by living out the Gospel can change the trajectory of a life and someone’s eternity. Youth ministry matters and you can have a part to play in the story that God is weaving in the lives of our students.
We Engage With Students
We aren’t just running a weekly youth service, we are on the front lines of the collision of students and the Gospel. As leaders we take the first step in engaging students -- Youth group can be intimidating, but walking in to meet a leader that is genuinely excited to see them each week helps break the intimidation factor down.
We Continually Connect
Being consistently present in a young person’s life is one way to build trust and confidence and it’s our way of ensuring a safe place for students to be heard and cared for.
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