CCC youth is a group of the youth of Christ Community and the surrounding area jr. high, sr. high and home schoolers, 6-12 grade. We exist to make disciples of Jesus Christ who glorify God by following Christ daily. We seek to accomplish this through cultivating close friendships, meaningful worship, Biblical teaching/studies that target the heart and speak into the culture, engaging and challenging questions, as well as fun community events.
CCC youth meets:
6:00 on Wednesday nights at Christ Community Church for a meal, hang-out, worship, and teaching.
9:20 on Sunday mornings at Christ Community Church for both middle school and high school Sunday school classes.
Various other activities monthly.
CCC youth Vision:
Our leaders seek to make disciples by serving alongside the parents, and cultivating gospel-centered relationships with the students. This requires time, effort and sincerity. The leaders are being equipped to 1) ask the students good questions that target the heart and promote growth, 2) teach the students to read the Bible, 3) challenge the students to invest in others. We believe everything we do in CCC youth accomplishes discipleship in some way, but we feel called to champion discipleship through relational ministry (life on life) in order to best shepherd those we’ve been entrusted with.
We provide a teaching and worship night for students in grades 6-12. We meet at 6:00 pm every Wednesday at CCC for a church-provided meal, and time to connect with each other. From 6:30-8 pm we gather for announcements/games/laughs/music and then dive into teaching from God’s word. On other nights, we will gather for a night devoted worship and prayer. We use those nights to respond corporately in praise and also reflect individually through prayer and scripture reading.
Teachings almost always follow a book of the Bible, or biblical theme, for weeks at a time. The purpose of our teaching is to present the Gospel and equip the students with firm, foundational beliefs in the Bible, while also challenging their thinking and reasoning as believers.
If you, or your student, are interested in CCC youth, please contact Daniel Walker.