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High School Midweek

Leawood

The purpose of our midweek gatherings is to create space for students to connect with Jesus, other students, and trusted adults.We provide a safe, healthy environment where all students can encounter Jesus, explore faith, and engage in community. We hope students will feel welcomed and loved—and have a place where they belong.Our students will be encouraged and challenged to grow in their knowledge and love of Christ, regardless of where they are on the faith spectrum.

Middle School Midweek

Leawood

Our middle school students gather weekly at the Leawood Campus for fellowship, small group discussion, games, songs, and teaching. Middle school students are encouraged to gather in the Café for fellowship before small group time begins. This is a great place to connect with other students and adult leaders over games, conversation and food.

Student Ministries Midweek

Olathe

Join us each week to know God and be known. Middle school and high school students meet during the same time, but each have their own unique spaces and experiences.Come expecting snacks (nut free), pizza (available for $2/slice), good friends, good fun, and a chance to explore ways that we can more deeply understand who God created each of us to be and how we can each serve him in the building of his kingdom.

Student Ministries Ask Anything Night

Brookside

Calling all middle school and high school students! Join us at Pastor Bill Gorman's home for a night to ask questions and dig into God's word. Bring your cozy clothes, a snack to share, and your best questions about the Bible!

Midweek Student Gathering

Shawnee

Calling all 6th-12th graders! Join us for an evening of games, Bible study, and small groups. Friends are welcome!Please contact Johnny Daigle ([email protected]) with any questions.

Senior Sunday & Recognition Lunch

Olathe

We are celebrating our graduating high school seniors on Sunday April 28th with a slide show during the 9:00 and 10:30 AM services.Seniors and their family are also invited to join us for a Senior Recognition lunch from 12:00–1:30 PM in the Student Center.REGISTER HERE by March 27th.Parents of seniors please contact Rachel Nesse at [email protected] with any questions.

Intentional Fatherhood Class

Brookside

One of the greatest needs in our church and world today are fathers who are intentionally involved in the formation of their sons and daughters. In particular, helping young men bridge the gap to manhood is something we have culturally failed to adequately address.All fathers of teenagers who want to flourish in their fatherhood are invited to this study of Jon Tyson's book The Intentional Father: A Practical Guide to Raise Sons of Courage and Character and cohort-based discussions on the challenges and callings of intentional fatherhood.Use the form below to register:https://ccefc.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/3631/responses/new

High School Midweek

Leawood

The purpose of our midweek gatherings is to create space for students to connect with Jesus, other students, and trusted adults.We provide a safe, healthy environment where all students can encounter Jesus, explore faith, and engage in community. We hope students will feel welcomed and loved—and have a place where they belong.Our students will be encouraged and challenged to grow in their knowledge and love of Christ, regardless of where they are on the faith spectrum.

Middle School Midweek

Leawood

Our middle school students gather weekly at the Leawood Campus for fellowship, small group discussion, games, songs, and teaching. Middle school students are encouraged to gather in the Café for fellowship before small group time begins. This is a great place to connect with other students and adult leaders over games, conversation and food.

Student Ministries Midweek

Olathe

Join us each week to know God and be known. Middle school and high school students meet during the same time, but each have their own unique spaces and experiences.Come expecting snacks (nut free), pizza (available for $2/slice), good friends, good fun, and a chance to explore ways that we can more deeply understand who God created each of us to be and how we can each serve him in the building of his kingdom.

Youth Group

Brookside

Youth Group is the place for any student from 6th-12th grade to connect and grow!Here relationships can begin and deepen, and spiritual formation takes place. We also have a lot of fun while we’re at it!We begin in a large group for games and connection, then move into a time of worship. Middle school and high school groups split for teaching and close the night out in small groups to enable relationships to deepen.Pizza dinner provided each week!The purpose of our weekly gatherings is to create an environment for students to encounter Jesus Christ, explore the Christian faith, and engage in formational Christian community. We hope students will feel welcomed and loved—that they have a place where they belong and are cared for deeply. Without a doubt, our students will be encouraged to grow in their knowledge and love of Jesus, regardless of their background or faith experience. They will also be challenged to consider what it looks like to live as a follower of Jesus in every part of life.

Midweek Student Gathering

Shawnee

Calling all 6th-12th graders! Join us for an evening of games, Bible study, and small groups. Friends are welcome!Please contact Johnny Daigle ([email protected]) with any questions.

Thursday Qavah-Student Ministries

Brookside

Middle school, high school students, and leaders gather at the church to pause, rest, hold space for God, wait, pray for each other, and to practice faith in Jesus.---------------6:00-7:20 - Qavah7:20-8:00 - Walk to Betty Rae's---------------Qavah is a Hebrew word that means, "to wait, to linger, to look eagerly for, to look expectantly for, to remain."Famously Isaiah prophesies:"Even youths shall faint and be weary,  and young men shall fall exhausted;they who wait (qavah) for the Lord shall renew their strength;  they shall mount up with wings like eagles;they shall run and not be weary;  they shall walk and not faint."We want to wait on God, look expectantly for His action, and pray for each other in humility and gratitude.

Registration for Challenge 2024

Olathe

Location: Kansas City Convention Center & Municipal AuditoriumEvent Dates: July 1–5, 2024 (Monday–Friday)Registration Begins: January 8, 2024Registration Ends: June 6, 2024, or until they reach capacityCost: (early-bird by Mar. 14) (regular rate by Jun. 6)- DEPOSIT: $100 (non-refundable)- EARLY BIRD TOTAL: $600 (If registered by 3/14) - Save $40- REGULAR PRICE TOTAL: $640 (If register between 3/15–6/2) FINAL REGISTRATION DEADLINE: June 2Cost includes:- 13 meals (Mon. dinner; breakfast, lunch, and dinner Tuesday through Friday)- 4 nights in a hotel (Mon-Thu): students will go home Friday evening- Awesome afternoon & evening options (outreach, equipping labs, recreation)- Guest speakers and worship bands- Conference notebookREGISTER HEREABOUT CHALLENGEChallenge is the national gathering for students entering 9th through completion of 12th grade (for Fall 2024). It has proven to be a catalytic environment challenging students to live on mission with God every day, everywhere, and forever. Not only will there be amazing worship and biblical teaching from a variety of speakers, but students will also have the opportunity to participate in outreach projects around the KC area, attend afternoon electives, do recreational activities, experience a different culture through the Reach Global Experience, and be part of a student prayer movement (Prayer Moves) that meets every evening.… Read More »