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High School

 

A weekly rhythm is important for high school students to keep Jesus in the center of their lives. Our three weekly connection points are designed to help our students, wherever they are at with their faith, to live a life where they worship, grow, and serve as followers of Jesus Christ.



High School Connections:

Koinonia
Sundays 7:00 – 8:45pm (Sept – May)

Koinonia

Sundays 7:00 – 8:45pm (Sept – May)
Student Center One

Our weekly large group gathering is divided into two chapters:

  1. Large Group [7:00‐8:00 pm] is where we gather for worship, an interactive message, and fellowship. We work through our yearly curriculum focusing on placing Jesus at the center of our relationship with God, our self, others, and our world.
     
  2. Small Groups [8:00‐8:45 pm] is where we process what we have experienced in Large Group. With Bibles and a Talksheet, alongside same grade/same gender small group members, under the guidance of an adult leader, we seek to make a large group feel small as we develop and deepen our relationship with God and one another. Our small groups provide each student with a groups of friends who can encourage, challenge, and keep them accountable on the journey of discipleship.

Confirmation 2017

Confirmation 

We are excited to have your student engage in this journey of faith discovery and discipleship. This adventure begins September 17, 2017 and culminates on December 15, 2017 at our Milestone Celebration worship service. At that time, we will celebrate this milestone in the lives of our students as they confirm their intention to invite Jesus into the center of their story - into the center of their lives.

Mentor groups in general meet on Sunday nights after Koinonia large group meetings.


Fall Sabbath

October 13-15, 2017

Fall Sabbath

Fall Sabbath is a weekend retreat at Camp Timber Lee that offers students a time to recalibrate amidst their busy schedules of school and extra-curriculars. This weekend is often the highlight of our students’ years as they can move away from the many distractions of their weekly lives and fully focus on their relationship with Christ. Register for Fall Sabbath below!

Register

 


Mosaic Community
Wednesdays 7:00 – 8:30pm (Mid August – May)

Mosaic Community

Mosaic Community
Wednesdays 7:00 – 8:30pm (Mid August – May)

Mosaic provides an opportunity for our committed students to develop and grow as student leaders. Mosaic is a leadership community of broken tiles (adult leaders and students) who desire to serve out of how they are wired. Whether students feel most alive connecting to God and His people with their hands, heart, soul, or mind, Mosaic has a “leadership tile” for them.

Our weekly Mosaic Gatherings are divided into two chapters:

  1. Mosaic Community [7:00‐7:45pm] gathers for a spiritual exercise, leadership training, and collaboration in the designing, developing and ownership of our ministry together.
     
  2. Tile Time [7:45‐8:30pm] is where our students collaborate, within the specific tasks connected to their tile to design, develop, and own the various aspects of our complete high school ministry. Each tile has an Adult Leader who is wired just like the students in his/her tile, creating a multi‐ generational approach to leadership development.

Students apply to join our Mosaic Community. We have an August Retreat / January Stay‐Treat.

Register

 


Contemporary or Classic Worship
Sundays 10:45am (year round)

10:45 Contemporary or Classic Worship

Contemporary or Classic Worship
Sundays 10:45am (year round
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This worship service has become a place where many of our students effectively connect to God and His People. We meet in Fellowship Hall for contemporary style worship and the Sanctuary for classic. Our hope is that our students will enter into a weekly rhythm of corporate worship — at 10:45am or at one of our other worship services.


Protection Policy

Protection Policy

This policy, for all volunteers and employees, has been adopted for the protection of children, youth, and those who minister with them at Christ Church. 

To review the full Protection Policy, click here.