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Helping our students grow in Christ

At CPC, we create contexts for teenagers to pursue deeper, more intimate relationships with God. We do this by inviting teenagers to gather in safe and encouraging environments in which they can grow their faith alongside their peers and caring adults and go forth to serve in the name of Christ. From local community service opportunities to mission trips, our students are provided with opportunities to stretch and sharpen their faith and grow into who God has created them to be.

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Youth Group

Sundays, 5:30pm – 7pm

This is a place where teenagers have fun while engaging in deep discussions and sharing their faith.

Youth Group meets Sunday nights from 5:30 – 7pm, and includes 6th grade through 12th grade. Each week we share a meal together, have fun together with a game and large group worship, then we divide up by middle school and high school to focus on that week’s topic. 

It can be intimidating to do something for the first time — and we know showing up to Youth Group is no different. When you arrive, you will enter through the Kitchen Ramp door, which is the door to the left as you approach the main entrance of the church. An adult leader will be there to greet you and show you where to go.

Questions? Email our Youth Director, Ben Weger

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Doubt + Faith

One of the values of Christ Presbyterian Church is Doubt + Faith. We humbly approach the mysteries of faith and complexities of life through continual learning. We encourage questions and curiosity. CPC Youth is a safe place to bring questions, doubts, hopes, faith, and everything in between. Growing together, we welcome and encourage youth to be their authentic selfs of their own journey of faith.

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Lenten Study

We are currently learning together using the book Where We Meet. It is a Lenten study of systems, stories, and hope where we will meet Jesus at the intersection of faith and justice. We will begin by looking at the things we’ll need to take with us as we explore systems of trauma. If we pack the right things before we go, we will find hope in these stories as well. With that in mind, you are invited to bring vulnerability, cultural humility, curiosity, grace, repentance, and forgiveness with you as we embark on this journey together.


Youth Summer Mission Trips

Interested in your youth joining us on a mission trip this summer?! Join us in the youth room at 12pm on March 17 after second service to learn more about each trip. We will talk about itineraries, costs, fundraisers, travel plans, and answer questions! Lunch will be provided.

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Middle School Summer Mission Trip

Located in the mountains of North Carolina, Asheville Youth Mission gives young people an opportunity to explore the hidden needs and struggles of those who are living on the margins within and around a beautiful tourist town. Groups will work with a variety of agencies working with those who are homeless, in poverty, or food insecure, both in urban and rural settings.

High School

High School Summer Mission Trip

We will fly to Tucson and get heavily involved in immigration advocacy. Tucson, Arizona is 60 miles from the border of Mexico. Groups learn from immigrants, asylum-seekers, faith leaders, and activists about immigration in our borderlands. Groups spend the week in education, collaboration, cultural exchange, and hands-on service.