At CPC, we are passionate about seeing students’ lives transformed by the gospel. Our ministry to students is guided by God’s Word and by leadership which seeks to connect with, serve, and teach the gospel to students. Students are engaged with the gospel through depth (deep teaching and relationships) and community (meaningful connections and support from others). Students are encouraged to be sent out to transform other people and places with the power of the gospel.
What We Do
Sunday School—Sundays, 8:45AM
This time is designed to engage students with strong biblical teaching and discussion. Our Middle School class uses the Great Commission Publications curriculum and our High School class has various studies on biblical books and age-related topics. We meet in the youth rooms on the lower level.
Worship Service—Sundays, 10:00AM
We desire and encourage all students to attend the weekly worship service because it is where the people of God gather to worship God and to receive God’s grace and instruction through the Word and Sacrament.
High School: Sundays, 6:00-8:00PM
Middle School: Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00PM
Our weekly gathering includes a biblical lesson and discussion, fun group games, crazy activities, and some tasty snacks. This is a valuable time as we gather as a group to be encouraged by God and His Word and to encourage others as we seek to live out the gospel in our places of influence. You will find us in the gym or the youth rooms.
You have to keep your eyes peeled on the calendar as we have outreach and service events throughout the year. We enjoy things like game days, movie nights, scavenger hunts, retreats, mission trips, and much more.
Why We Do What We Do
We desire to see students in our ministry characterized by the 3 C’s:
Conviction: lives with inward roots in the truth of the gospel.
Character: lives with outward fruits displaying God’s transforming power.
Commitment: a life-long commitment to God’s church, to transforming their community with the gospel, and to pursuing God’s calling on their lives.