Youth (6th-12th grade)
Tuesdays at 6:30pm in the multipurpose room!
Worship, games and bible study in large & small groups
Sundays at 9:30am in the 1st portable

Purpose (the why):  We want to enable youth (grades 6-12) to experience God’s love for them, learn who they are in Christ, and how to live for Him by encouraging relationships with mentors, parents and peers for Bible teaching, serving those in need, inspiring worship, creative activities, and Gospel conversations in a grace-based and accepting environment. 

We desire to create a community where students encounter God and His Word, and together build Christian character, Kingdom values, beliefs and behaviors through innovative methods that excite and inspire youth in their relationship with Christ. 


Vision (the result we hope to see):  We will strive to develop men and women who know God’s love, experience His grace, understand the Gospel message, their identity in Christ, and what it means to live for Him as part of His Kingdom.


Mission (what we do):  We will engage in teaching, worship, activities and service, all done in the context of community.  We will provide opportunities for teens to build relationships with mentors, parents and peers. 


Values (how we do it):  We will establish and protect an atmosphere of grace and acceptance.  We will use creative and innovative methods that inspire and encourage students in their relationship with Christ and His people.  We will seek to create a climate of love and understanding where students, parents and adult volunteers feel safe and can thrive in their spiritual journey.

Upcoming Events:
Current Youth Material:
Tuesday Night Study
Be Transformed: Understanding Who I am, Who God is, and how He transforms us into who He created us to be!
Sunday Morning Study


Our Goals:

The Christ Community Baptist Church Youth Group is a safe place. Our goal is to become more like Christ. The ultimate purpose for every activity our group does is to help teens fall more in love with God.


We will succeed as a Youth Group if we create an environment where everyone gets to be who they are. To do this we will need to maintain certain boundaries so that fun times are fun for everyone and more serious times are shared by everyone.


Purpose for the code of conduct:

  • To support a safe and enjoyable environment for all members of our Youth
  • To provide clear and explicit expectations for social behaviors in all Youth Group
  • Provide leaders, students, and staff with appropriate actions that address student
Parents, guardians and caregivers who have any questions or concerns are encouraged to contact the Pastor of Family Ministries or Senior Pastor.


Responsibilities of Parents / Guardians

  • Respect, understand and support all leadership and policies of the CCBC youth group
  • Recognize and understand that youth leaders and personnel must enforce the above rules and
    policies to ensure a safe learning environment for all.
  • Teach your children to respect the rights of others and to follow youth group
  • Emphasize the importance of being a model person in both the home, the church, and in the community!
We ask each of our youth and parents to sign a code of conduct form at the beginning of each year and consent to uphold this code of conduct 


CCBC Elevate Youth Code of Conduct


Our Expectations: Be responsible…

Clean up after yourself before going home.

Everyone present at youth group is expected to participate in planned activities.

Be respectful…

Always treat fellow youth members, visitors, leaders, and any guest speakers and musicians with dignity and respect.

Student-to-student harassment is prohibited at youth group. Verbal and physically harassment of any kind will not be tolerated. This may take many forms and can be physical, verbal or written.

Examples of sexually harassing behavior include stalking, dating abuse, making obscene gestures, making sexual comments, remarks or insults, stalking, pressure for sexual activity, spreading rumors of a sexual nature. Christ Community Baptist Church follows the Bethel School District Student-To-Student Sexual Harassment Policy.


Public display of affection should be limited to holding hands & hugs when appropriate. There should be no students sitting on laps, rubbing backs, giving massages, cuddling, kissing, or groping.


Raise your hand to speak when someone is talking or in small groups (unless otherwise directed). Do not interrupt others.

All perspectives are to be listened to carefully and responded to in a courteous fashion. At no time should derogatory comments be made about anyone or her/his opinions (Ephesians 4:29).

Do not physically or verbally abuse others. This means that under no circumstances should you bully, hit, gossip about, throw something at, or make fun of another person.


Words matter…we follow the Golden Rule. “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”

Taking another youth or leader’s property is unacceptable unless express permission has been given to you by the owner of the object (i.e. cell phones, iPods, etc.)

All cell phones/iPods/electronic devices should be turned off during all activities unless otherwise stated. If phones are seen out they will be taken up and be given back at the end of the activity.


Be safe…

At no time should a youth group member wander off or leave the premises without adult supervision or prior permission.


At no time shall a youth group member enter the youth room without a youth leader present. If the youth room door is closed students are to wait outside.


At no time shall a youth group member be unsupervised in the building. Youth are not to wander the halls during Youth Group.

Alcohol, drugs, tobacco, vapes, weapons, or fireworks are never allowed at youth group events.

Universal Dress Code…

It is important that students’ decisions regarding their attire should be made in consultation with their parent(s)/guardian(s)/caregiver(s), while still preserving a beneficial learning environment and assuring the safety and well-being of all students, which are primary concerns of the CCBC Youth Ministry

Students may not wear clothing, jewelry, or personal items that: 

  • Displays obscene or sexual words, pictures, messages, innuendoes, etc.;
  • Displays drug or alcohol-related words, pictures, messages, innuendoes., etc.;
  • Displays threats, violent conduct, weapons, etc.;
  • Demonstrates hate group association/affiliation and/or use hate speech targeting groups based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious affiliation, other protected groups, or gang association/affiliation, etc.;
  • Is promiscuous or shows private parts (clothing must cover private parts in opaque – not able to be seen-through material)

Be respectful to group leaders…

Youth group members are expected to recognize the authority and responsibility of all youth group leaders by obeying instructions and following proper respect. Before most events, general guidelines will be laid out for the group. Anyone who breaks the guidelines may be dismissed from an activity.