CMBC Youth

MISSION

Compelled by Christ to love, live, and lead for God's glory.


VISION

Growing in a greater love for God and a greater love for each other.


WEDNESDAY NIGHT YOUTH GROUP

During the school year, students in grades 7-12 meet in the Youth Room (in the main church building) from 6:40 to 8:15 PM.


YOUTH MINISTRY FORMS

2023-2024 Medical Information & Permission Form

Save and complete on your computer, or print and complete by hand. Return to the office or email to cmbc@calvarymonument.org


CONNECT WITH US

Church phone number: 717-442-8161

cmbc@calvarymonument.org


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Upcoming Events

For students to participate in any of the following events, they are required to have an up-to-date medical information and permission form. This form will give us any legal and medical information we may need in case of an emergency.

CMBC Youth Summer Schedule

Summer Schedule

JUNE

  • 6/5: Mission Trip Get Together Night @ Josiah’s parents’ home; 6-9 PM; Only for those going on the Mission Trip; Parents welcomed
  • 6/15: Service Day for Summer Mission Trip; 9 AM-1 PM. Meet @ CMBC
  • 6/25: Youth Sunday Practice @ CMBC; (Time TBD)
  • 6/26: Laser Tag @ Adventure Sports, Hershey; 5-9 PM; Meet @ CMBC; Cost: $15
  • 6/30: Youth Sunday Service


JULY

  • 7/10: Youth Group @ CMBC; 6:30-8:30 PM
  • 7/13: Open Gym Night @ CMBC; 6-8:30 PM
  • 7/15-7/19: Mission Trip
  • 7/24: Youth Group @ CMBC; 6:30-8:30 PM
  • 7/28: Youth Group Hike after church (12:30 PM)


AUGUST

  • 8/7: Youth Group @ CMBC; 6:30-8:30 PM
  • 8/10: Campfire Night @ Josiah’s parents’ home; 6-10 PM
  • 8/21: Youth Group Kickoff Night @ CMBC



Students must have a current CMBC Health Form.

If weather causes us to change our plans, our new plans will be announced on our CMBC Youth social media accounts: Facebook and Instagram.

Our Youth Leaders

  • Frank heverin

    Frank has been attending CMBC since 2000 and is involved with directing the youth worship music on Wednesday nights. He also volunteers in the cafe and as a substitute usher. While volunteering he especially enjoys getting to meet and talk to different groups of people. Frank has been married to Shannon since 2000 and they have two children, Nathan and Madeline. Growing up he always wanted to be an airplane pilot, but currently works as a plant manager at BenCo Technology. Some of his favorite things include steak, reading, and archery. He enjoys archery so much he’s an instructor and certified judge for archery competitions! 

  • Shannon heverin

    Shannon Heverin started attending Calvary Monument in 1985 and currently helps with the youth worship music on Wednesday nights. She has also been involved with the choir, Awana, VBS, and the cafe at CMBC. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Therapeutic Recreation and dreams of being a director at a senior center. Shannon has been married to Frank since 2000 and has two school-age children, Nathan and Madeline. When she’s not working as an office manager at Grace Church at Willow Valley, she enjoys archery, reading, playing board games, and doing puzzles. Some of her other favorite things include the color pink, manatees, and cheeseburgers.

  • Anna Moody

    Anna and her family (husband Josh, daughters Chloe and Kayla, and son Daniel) began attending CMBC in 2007. Over the years, she has served in many areas of the church, including Missions Committee, preschool Sunday School, Awana, and Bible Quizzing. She currently teaches Jr. Church with her family and serves in youth with our 7th & 8th grade girls. She loves building relationships with our youth! Since Anna is homeschooling her children and serving in their homeschool co-op, she doesn’t have much time for hobbies, but when she does, she enjoys hunting, being outside, and spending time with her family.

  • Joshua Moody

    Josh, who works with 11th & 12th grade boys, began attending CMBC in 2007 and has been involved as a preschool Sunday School teacher, an Awana leader, and a Bible Quizzing coach. In addition to working with the youth, he currently teaches Jr. Church with his family (wife Anna, daughters Chloe and Kayla, and son Daniel). Outside of church, you can find him coaching his son’s baseball team or cooking brisket, pulled pork, and lots of other meats in his homemade smoker.

  • Josiah Reimold

    Director of Next Gen

    jreimold@calvarymonument.org

  • DArrell Rishel

    Darrell began attending CMBC with his family in 2009. Since then, he’s led Youth Bible Quizzing and has served with VBS and on the Elder Board. Darrell grew up in the mountains on Youghiogheny Lake until he moved to Lancaster County in 1992, which set him up for a love of the water and boating. The Rishel family love boating together and spending time at their place in that same area.

  • Mike Ritzman

    Mike Ritzman serves as a youth leader and co-leads small group for 11th-12th grade boys. His favorite part about being a youth leader is connecting with the teens and showing them Christ. Mike began attending CMBC in 1972, and during his time here he has been involved in several ministries, including teaching 4th grade boys, going on missions trips, participating in various community outreaches, serving on the development committee, and serving as an elder. He and his wife Melanie were married in 1989 and since then have had ten children. To relax he likes to hunt deer and turkey, camp, and hike.  Some fun facts about him are his favorite food is apple pie, he wanted to be an air force pilot when he grew up, and his dream vacation would be to visit Israel. The craziest thing he had ever done was on a missions trip to Ukraine when he allowed himself and his 12 year old daughter to be dropped off in the middle of a city at 3:00 in the morning. He didn’t know any of the people or how to communicate with them, and they didn’t even have an interpreter. They definitely had to trust God in that situation!

  • Joanna sensenig

    I enjoy spending time with our kids (most days, anyway!). God has opened doors for me to be a part of the CMBC youth ministry since 2004/2005 school year. I really enjoy the teens and watching them grow in the Lord, building relationships with them to encourage their walk with the Lord. The 11th and 12th grade girls are where you will find me on a Wednesday night for our small groups! Fellowship usually includes food. It's the same at our youth functions as well! I help organize food for our weekly events and other youth activities.

  • vince sensenig

    I have been a Youth Leader since 2004. As a painter, a father of 8 kids and a runner, I manage to stay busy.  I lead the 11th and 12th grade boys small group. I really enjoy interacting with the youth and trying to prove the old guy can keep up as I really love playing and watching all sports. Even more, I enjoy teaching and building into their lives and seeing them grow spiritually.

  • Jeff thomas

    I have been serving the youth with my wife Sarah since March 2016. I enjoy riding dirt bike, spending time in the woods hunting, and anything that keeps me active and outside. I love the enthusiasm and passion our youth bring and strive to be a godly example and encouragement in their lives as they go through a stage of uncertainty and excitement in "growing up". As a youth leader, I help lead the 7th and 8th grade boys small group. It is my goal as their leader to help them grow in their knowledge of who God is and to help equip them to share this knowledge with their friends. College is a testing time for a young believer and it is crucial to help them gain the spiritual foundation to stand firm in their faith as they enter the "real world."

  • sarah thomas

    I enjoy anything outdoors, including running, biking, sports, and gardening. I have been serving as a youth leader since March 2016, and I assist in leading the 9-10th grade girls. I am excited as a youth leader to connect and build relationships with the students. It is my desire to be there to encourage them, pray for them, and help them grow deeper in their faith so they can seek to serve the Lord in all areas of their lives.

  • Brian Yoder

    Brian, Heather, and their family (Logan, Alyssa, Bryce, and Cheyenne) have been attending CMBC since 2015. Before “graduating” to youth group, Brian volunteered in Awana, and you can often see him ushering on Sunday mornings. He enjoys hunting in his free time.

  • Heather Yoder

    Heather and her family (husband Brian and children Logan, Alyssa, Bryce, and Cheyenne) have been attending CMBC since 2015. Besides working with the youth, Heather has been involved with VBS and preschool Sunday School. Outside of church, Heather spends a lot of time with her kids – homeschooling, running them to their sports practices, and coaching Cheyenne’s soccer team!