In the context of the larger Community Church family, CPC Youth seeks to build a grace-centered community of students who become so captivated by Christ’s love for them that this same love overflows in supportive relationships with one another and in a heart for those who don’t know Christ.
See how this desire shapes our values.
Sunday Nights AT CHURCH WITH D-GROUP.
6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.
Wednesday Nights WORSHIP - LARGE GROUP
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Night Discipleship Groups Meet at the Church.
Wednesday Night Worship Meets in the Youth Room.
Sunday Night D-Groups
- 7th-9th Grade Boys are with Tanner Boykin
- 7th-9th Grade Girls are with
- 10th-12th Grade Boys are with
- 10th-12th Grade Girls are with Melissa Lawerence
Youth Ministry Values
(the non-negotiables that will help us accomplish our mission)
Christ is the center of attention
Repentance and faith
Study of God’s Word
The dignity and value of each individual
Every person is created in the image of God
Every believer is a valued member of God’s family
Every unbeliever is possibly one of the lost sheep Christ is calling to Himself
The body of Christ
The authority of church leadership and structure
Commitment to participate in the life of the church
Be the means of assimilation for unbelievers into the church family
Relationships with one another
Encouragement for each other
Prayer for one another’s needs and spiritual growth
Depth in friendships
Making the invisible Kingdom visible
Development of a Christian world-view
Acts of mercy, justice, and service
Telling others of the good news about Jesus
Implications: commitment to providing contexts for teaching and studying God’s Word; the authority and sufficiency of the Bible; utter dependence upon Christ and high faith expectations of what God will do in and through His people; relentless focus on Christ’s person and work
Implications: we will demand respect for every person; the youth group must be a safe place for everyone, Christian and non-Christian alike; we must offer an appealing and welcoming environment for the unbelieving, non-Christian student
Implications: there is the expectation for youth to be involved in the life of the whole church; we seek to see students and their families use youth ministry to be a side-door of entering the life of Community Church
Implications: we expect participation in one another’s lives in meaningful ways; peer accountability is fundamental; our group times will be strategic and necessary for relationships to develop; trips and retreats will be vital
Implications: will work from a missional perspective; participation in various hands-on ministries; service projects, missions trips, etc.; evangelism training