Youth Middle School

Central Youth Middle and High school students will begin meeting in the Central Youth Building on Sun., Dec. 4. Central Youth Middle School families can check out their new space on Weds., Nov. 30 during an open house.

At the Youth Building, Middle School students will enter the lobby to the right to go to check-in. They will head downstairs on the right for their own cafe, game room, and auditorium, all in the lower level of the building. The only time Central Youth Middle and High School students may combine would be for worship on Sunday mornings during the 10:30am service.

High School students will check-in the left side of the lobby and will use the existing café and game room downstairs. High School students will attend service upstairs in the auditorium.

Both groups meet on Sundays at 8:30 and 10:30am and Wednesdays at 7pm.

Stay in touch via email or social media for events and updates! 

To be added to the Central Youth Middle School email list, or if you have any questions for the Middle School Ministry, please email Hannah Scholle, Central Youth Middle School Administrative Assistant, at [email protected] 

To be added to the Central Youth High School email list, or if you have any questions for the High School Ministry, please email Courtney Whittington, Central Youth High School Administrative Assistant, at [email protected].

 


 

Middle School Check-In Process

  1. Students check themselves in using their parent’s telephone number registered with the church.
  2. Students are released at the end of service and can hang out in the building or leave to find their parents. Staff and volunteers do not check students in or out.
  3. Communications

    1. Instagram Account: @centralyth_ms.  We routinely post events, sermon series, and pictures
    2. Weekly Middle School Connect email
      1. This e-mail is designed to help you know all events through a once-a-week e-mail.
      2. Sent Monday or Tuesday of each week. You may have to look for it in your promotional email if you are a google user and adjust settings to have it come directly to your main inbox.

    Volunteer Activities

    Middle School does not happen without our great volunteers! We would love your help if you feel led to develop relationships with our students and help disciple them. All volunteers are background checked.

    Leaders & Contact Information

    Middle School Pastor Doug Arvin: [email protected]
    Middle School Assistant Hannah Scholle: [email protected]

    Resources

    Parents! If this is your first student in middle school or if it has been a while, then you too will experience change as your student becomes more independent. These are excellent books to help you along the way!

    Preparing for Adolescence by James Dobson-highly recommend!
    The Purity Code by Jim Burns
    Mama Bear Apologetics by Hillary Morgan Ferrer
    Untangled: Guiding Girls Through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood by Lisa Damour (Note: This is not written by a Christian Author; she is a psychologist that specializes in this topic)
    The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in its Proper Place by Andy Crouch

    Bible Recommendations

    ESV Student Study Bible or Tyndale NLT Teen Life Application Study Bible

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If you would like to join us to plan, prepare and pull off some awesome events for college-aged adults, we'd love your input. Email [email protected]