The Church at Cane Island’s youth program (6th-12th grade) exists to help parents and students become the disciple-makers that God has called them to be. We achieve this by providing relevant teaching, useful resources, and events. We believe that a Christian student has unique gifts and talents to offer their brothers and sisters in the Lord. We expect our Christian students to give as well as receive as we encourage them to participate in Kingdom work. We also believe that it is the God-given responsibility of the Parent or Guardian to raise their child in the way they should go. Therefore we seek to partner with (rather than replace) Christian parents as they disciple their student.
Feel free to contact Angelo Gonzalez at email@example.com if you want to know more about our Youth Ministry!
Sunday Morning Youth Bible Study
Our Students meet from 9:30am-10:30am on Sundays at Bryant Elementary.
Midweek Youth Group
On the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, we will have our Youth Group. We will meet in homes and have an interactive Bible Study where kids will see how the Bible relates to their everyday life and challenges. It’s a great opportunity to invite friends! See the dates and locations below.
We strive to provide regular opportunities for our students to serve their local community. In line with our belief that students play a vital role in the church, we also encourage them to serve in the church! If your students want to serve in our church, you can find available opportunities here.
What About Parents?
One of the core commitments of Cane Island’s Youth Program is parents. We believe that by encouraging and aiding parents we can have maximum impact for the Kingdom and on the culture. If you’re interested in volunteering with our youth, you can fill out the request form here. We also provide some helpful resources as you seek to disciple your child, which you can find on this page when available.
*All workers are required to have a state background check prior to working with anyone under the age of 18. The safety of our students is a priority.