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NOTE: Youth Ministry at CHBC (also called Project 3:8) continues this Winter/Spring amidst the pandemic, as the name of Jesus Christ must still be proclaimed and students raised up to take the name of Christ to the nations. To that end, and in light of the pandemic, we are adjusting our Winter plan and schedule to (1) advance in-person and online gospel-centered teaching and (2) promote safety. 
It is our hope that we will be able to transition back to our normal Youth Group activities in the Fall. For those interested, the information at the bottom of the page is the ministry's normal look and participation schedule.
Winter/Spring Youth Group
Meetings:  Our meetings this winter are entirely small group based. Students have the option of choosing in-person small groups or an online virtual small group that runs simultaneously. 
Location & Time: All groups meet on Friday nights from 7:00pm-9:00pm. Outdoor venues are assigned for in-person groups for purposes of health safety with backup indoor locations reserved in the case of sudden, inclement weather. Where inclement weather can be anticipated, all meetings will move online.
January 8, 15, 22
February 5, 12, 19
March 5, 12, 19
April 9, 16, 23
May 7, 14, 21
June 4, 11, 18  
Curriculum:  The students in each small group are taught the same curriculum using the resource "The Thread" produced by Y360 Ministries, along with specific CHBC-produced material. The Thread curriculum is designed to teach the students the story of the Bible and show how the gospel is woven through each book, chapter, and verse. Specific application questions pertaining to the student's age, gender, and grade are incorporated as we maximize the ability of small groups to evoke broad and deep discussion around God's Word. Along with the curriculum, each student receives a daily devotional book that is designed to complement and build upon the lessons taught each week during the small group meetings. Resources are also provided weekly for parents about each lesson so that parents can continue to build upon the weekly lessons with their son or daughter. 
GradesDue to the unique environment of this school semester, we are not including incoming 6th graders this school year but, rather, limiting participation to rising 7th-12th graders. 
Safety Precautions:  Students meet in small groups, socially-distanced by a minimum of 6 feet. Students are required to wear masks during the duration of the meetings and are prohibited from bringing food. Students are asked to bring their own Bibles, pens, paper, and other supplies. 
We consider the safety of your teenagers a high priority; please see our Youth Protection Policy for more details.
For more details, to sign up for the weekly newsletter wherein meeting details are discussed, or to ask any questions, please email the Pastor of Youth Ministry, Charles Hedman, at . 

The information below is the ministry's normal look and participation schedule:

We offer a variety of resources for middle school and high school students in grades 7 through 12:

  • Twice per month, our youth group meets for a time of Bible teaching, singing, games, prayer, accountability & fellowship.
  • One per month, our youth group meets for a time of plain fun and fellowship, engaging in off-campus events such as bowling, laser tag, movie nights, and game nights.
  • 1 on 1 discipling by members of our church.
  • 2 retreats each year to study the Bible more intensively over a weekend.
  • Opportunities to put faith into action through service projects.

An important part of our partnering with parents is coming alongside them help them think about the challenges of parenting teens.  To that end, we want to help parents by providing:

  • An annual 13-week parenting class taught during the core seminar time on Sunday mornings.
  • Resources that help equip parents with a biblical perspective.
  • Counseling, practical guidance and encouragement to persevere in the great calling of being a parent!