— Belonging. Believing. Becoming.

Our Youth Ministry is unique. Students ages 6th to 12th grade experience a God Centered Model for Spiritual Transformation. Through this, our students learn how to connect with God, one another, and within their own hearts. We strive to help each student find their place as we walk alongside them in their faith journey. 

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Great Youth Bakeoff 

Put up your tasty treats for the first ever Great Youth Group Bake-Off! Drop off your treats on November 7 between 10 am and noon and then tune in on Zoom to see if you win. Every participant will be interviewed in the special Zoom show about their creation. $30 for first prize, $20 for second and $10 for third. 
  • November 7  
  • Drop off 10 am - noon  
  • Zoom show at 4pm 

A Turkey Trot: Collecting Much Needed Items for Open Door Ministry!
Gather in the CCUM parking lot and “trot” on down to Windy Hills Park. We’ll get to spend time together, get some fresh air, exercise and fill the “Church on Wheels” with food to help our friends at Open Door Ministry provide daily lunches for the homeless.
Date: Sunday, November 22, 12:30pm.
Place: We will gather in the CCUM Parking lot and then walk/trot/waddle to Windy Hills Park.
How far do you want to trot? Click here
-Walk to the park to drop off your food (.4 miles)
-You can walk laps (5 laps of the path is about 1 mile)-
-Or complete the Windy Hills Loop for 3.4 miles.
-Or bring your donation to the church and leave it in the collection bin at the main entrance to the church on Sunday, Nov. 22.
What do I bring? Click here 
Bring: Your food donation (from the list below), your mask and a sack lunch (optional).
Have lots to donate? Bring a wagon!

What kind of food is needed? Click here
  • Jars of peanut butter
  • Individually packed fruit cups for the bags
  • Individually packed items for “desserts” such as pudding, Jello, bars, Little Debbie type snack cakes, etc. 
  • Cracker packs (like the cheese or peanut butter)
  • Crackers that come in 6-8 to a pack)
  • Cans of tuna for tuna salad
  • Crackers, cookies: Ritz, club, saltine, etc.
  • Bags of sugar or brown sugar
  • Mayonnaise
  • Jars or cans of pimentos (for when we make Pimento cheese sandwiches)
  • Cream of chicken or celery soup specifically
  • Dry Noodles, spaghetti, macaroni, rotini, etc.
  • Any canned vegetables with emphasis on Green beans, peas, or corn,  restaurant sized cans if possible
  • Pork ‘n beans


Hope on the way youth team


Our youth are leading the way for Advent. Youth will meet weekly on Zoom to prepare a special project to help share the light of Advent this year. Youth will help with two things: 1) recording daily scripture readings for the congregation and 2) creating an Advent calendar of service and parking activities to shine their light with others.
 When: First meeting is this Sunday 5:00 pm (team will determine best day and time going forward.)

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Hope on the Way: Sharing the light of Advent

Youth are invited to a sacred time of sharing the light of Advent. Youth who register will receive a special bag with a Paschal candle (similar to the paschal candle lit in our sanctuary), a sacred cloth and an Advent calendar. Each day, the calendar has unique things that we can do for others to share our light and brighten this season of Advent for the world. On Sunday nights, we will gather for 5 minutes of prayer (on Zoom) to share how we have been light to others with our Advent calendar. 

Bible stories you don’t hear at church

Did you know there are dragons and witches in the Bible? Whatever happens on all those pages between the ones we normally read at church? Join us for Sunday School to dive deeper into the Bible stories you don’t hear at church! 

This Week's Youth EVENTS

Youth Music

Middle and High School Music 

Our Music Ministry offers youth choirs and handbell choirs open to all levels of musical ability. These choirs help lead worship on Sunday mornings and take an annual mission trip, singing and serving across the country. 

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