As of 11/13/20, in light of the increased IDPH restrictions and Governor's recommendation to stay at home as much as possible, Cubes and Middle School will not be meeting in person for the foreseeable future.
But, we will be still be meeting so look for info in our weekly youth email for the latest info, or contact Allison at email@example.com.
Youth Advent Devotional
"Waiting Well: Advent for
Advent begins this Sunday, November 29th. During this time of waiting, we encourage all our youth (and their families) to follow along using this devotional, Waiting Well: Advent for Youth By Jen Kidwell.
Contact Allison Billings, director of Youth and Family Ministries for more information
Middle School Youth Meetings
4:00pm on Sunday Afternoons
All 6th-8th graders are invited to join us this fall as we pilot a new Middle School Ministry plan! We will be meeting in the afternoons to allow families to worship together in the morning and streamline with our high school ministry offerings on Sunday afternoons. This year, we will also be using a new curriculum through Sparkhouse. If you would like information on the curriculum, please contact Allison Billings. CPC Youth is committed to building a fun and engaging space for middle schoolers to grow in faith and build connections to church and their peers.
Registration for Fall 2020 is now open! Please click below to read more about Middle School Ministry @ CPC, our in-person meeting plan, and to register your youth. Our first meeting will be Sunday, September 20th at 4pm on the CPC South Lawn.
For more information regarding Middle School Ministries, contact:
Allison Billings, Director of Youth and Family Ministries, at firstname.lastname@example.org
CPC Middle School Retreat
Middle School Youth typically goes on Retreat once a year!
Usually in early March, our middle schoolers and their leaders head to Conference Point Center in Lake Geneva, WI. We're hopeful that we will be able to return in 2021, but we will keep you posted. This is always an exciting weekend for any and all middle schoolers, and one that has the potential to be very impactful! Sacred moments tend to occur when youth have the chance to retreat with their peers and adult leaders in order to focus on their faith in God and on their relationships with each other.