What’s Going on for Junior High Schoolers?
Summer Junior High School Bible Study meets Wednesdays from 10am to noon. NOT MEETING on Wednesday, July 19th (due to Vacation Bible School!)
Junior High Bible Study
Junior High During the School Year
In the fall, winter and spring Trek Junior High School Bible Study meets at the church on Wednesdays at 6:00pm (same time as AWANA). All Junior Highers are welcome, even if you’ve never been a part of AWANA. Start date is in September 2017 at 6:00pm at the church and we continue through May of 2018. Cost is $25 for a tee shirt and Bible Study book. If money is an issue, please contact Nathan Hiner. The Junior High Bible Study follows the AWANA schedule which typically takes the last Wednesday of the month off. We start in the chapel so come at 6:00pm and look for Nathan.
The Trek Director is COBC Intern Luke Thompson.
All AWANA Registration Forms including the Trek Registration Form are available here.
About Junior High School Ministries at COBC
Student Ministries at COBC are led by Associate Pastor Nathan Hiner. Contact Nathan at the church (822-1379) or at email@example.com.
What do we offer for Junior High School Teens?
- Every Sunday morning we meet in The Grove at 9:00am for Sunday School.
- Trek Junior High School Bible study meets on Wednesday evenings at 6pm at the church from September through May. All 7th and 8th graders are welcome even if you’ve never been a part of AWANA. Small groups and teaching time will be based off the Bible Study book.
- We take the holidays off but every year we have a great Christmas Party.
- COBC does not have “Youth Group.” Please see Pastor Brent’s explanation below.
Click here for more info on AWANA Trek for Junior High Students
Senior Pastor Brent Whitney Explains His Vision for Our Teens
The pastors have decided to use the resources of the church to promote family worship and spiritual growth within the home by equipping parents to be the “pastors of the home.” Therefore, we do not offer a weekly “youth group” or a place for teens to “hang out” at church. Instead, we encourage teens to socialize and fellowship with all Christians, young and old alike so that they can benefit from the wisdom of more mature believers and grow in humility and gentleness as they minister to the needs of little children. Though we are not against age segregated fellowship, we believe that the church should play a more limited role in providing such opportunities.