Hello and welcome to the Christ Worship Center youth ministry page.

“Our mission in Christ is to provide an atmosphere where young people can come and have fun, be loved on, and most importantly worship together and learn about God’s redemptive love.

“To our youth, we hope you will stop by.  If  you do not have a place of worship,  please feel welcome as we show the Love of Christ on you and your family.  Our desire is to see every youth experience a deeper walk with God, and to connect to their gifts of ministry that God has called them to share in their life.”


Christian believer praying to God with Cross rosary in her Neck. Focus on Cross.What’s important to you is important to God. 

That’s one of the consistent messages that the young people of all ages at Christ Worship Center are invited to explore. 

It gives them a sense of confidence as they learn about the unconditional love that flows to them from our Lord and Savior.

For maximum impact, our youth ministry is tailored to various age groups:  pre-school nursery; 1st through 3rd graders; 4th and 5th graders;  middle school  and high school students.

“In our younger classes, the children are introduced to Jesus through simple Bible stories. “They also enjoy coloring pictures of Bible characters and learning about the many ways God is there for us.”

By grades 4 through 5, children are beginning  to learn about the goodness of God, and of how easy it is to have a closer walk with Him.

“That feeling of  unity draws the children together,” says Connie.  “They’ll often ask questions and share ideas about stories they’ve read in the Bible.”

For teen-aged students there is a focus on Jesus Christ as a central role model.

For our youth, spiritual growth also goes beyond the classroom experience.   Recently, teen-agers from Christ Worship Center  showed what compassion really means, as they made a number of visits to a nursing home in White House.

“The young people entertained their elderly friends by reading scripture aloud to them and also singing, sharing pictures, and, yes, they even danced the Hokey Pokey.

“It’s been great fun.”