The CMBC Youth Ministry serves students grades 7 through 12.

 

Purpose:Roots

The CMBC Youth Ministry exists to equip the youth of today to be Christian leaders who impact the world by setting an example that reflects Christ.

 

Vision: 

We desire any youth that come through our program to become deeply rooted in a personal walk with Christ so that throughout their trials they stand firm in their hope and foundation on God’s Word and continue to pursue God’s purpose for their lives.

 

Our ROOTS (values):

Relationships, Outreach, Obedience to God, Training, and Service.

 

CMBC Youth Missions Strategy:

Our ministry is passionate about fulfilling our call in Acts 1:8. "But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” (ESV) We have formed an intentional missions strategy to help us fulfill this command. Click here to learn more about our Missions Strategy and our upcoming missions projects.

 

When We Meet:

Sunday School: 9:30-10:30 am

Small Groups: Wednesdays, 6:45-8:15 pm

Where we meet: CMBC Youth Building

Prayer Time: Wednesdays, 6:15-6:35 pm in the Youth Building

To learn more about these meetings, visit our Upcoming Lessons page.

 

Events:

We have a variety of events throughout the year. To learn more about these, please visit our Events page.

All students who participate in any of our events are required to have an up-to-date medical informational and permission form.

 

 

CMBC Youth Discipline Policy

We seek to provide a safe experience and environment for all students attending our events and programs so that our goals in these events and programs can be adequately achieved. In order to maintain this standard, there may be times where students who are disrupting these goals need disciplined by leaders. In such cases, leaders are instructed to abide by the following procedure.

Step 1: A leader will address the issue with the student verbally.

Step 2: A leader will issue a warning to the student. At this point, the leader will notify the youth pastor or the leader who is in charge of the event (if the youth pastor is not present).

Step 3: A leader will pull the student out of the event or program, not allowing them to participate for a certain amount of time as allotted by the youth leader.

Step 4: The youth pastor or leader in charge of the event (if the youth pastor is not present) will contact the parent(s)/guardian(s) and notify them that they must arrange for their child to be safely transported home at the cost of the parent (if any costs are needed). Other potential ramifications will be discussed and decided upon by the youth pastor and the parent.

Depending on the severity of the offense, these steps may or may not be followed in order at the discretion of the youth pastor or youth leader in charge (if the youth pastor is not present). If there are any serious legal offenses, legal authorities will be contacted.