I wonder about God’s “mission” for us. What does that word even mean? I carried this question on the trip I took last weekend. Eleven middle schoolers and a couple other adults from our church community joined for our Middle School Service-Learning Trip to Des Moines, Iowa.
High Schoolers will travel to Fort Worth on June 7-13. Middle Schoolers will travel to Oklahoma City on June 21- 23. Information and registration below. Email Tyler at for more information .
Students completing grades 6-8 this school year are invited to attend the service/learning trip to St.Louis. Sun., Aug. 5 – Wed., Aug. 8
High school students traveled to Fort Worth, TX, from June 17-23, visiting Texas Christian University and working with Connect Fort Worth, an organization that connects mission teams with projects focusing on homelessness, hunger, children and urban poverty.
Our Middle School students participated in their annual MissionKC mission trip June 12-13, serving at Grace United Community Ministries, Micah Ministries, and Sheffield Place.
Mark your calendar for these summer mission trips.
Mission trips, youth group, youth music, and more! Don’t miss all the upcoming fun.
High School To learn about the mission trip for 9th-12th graders to Fort Worth, TX and Texas Christian University this summer, please attend an informational meeting on Sun., Feb. 12, at noon in the Youth Center. The trip will be June 17-23. Middle School Mission Trip June 12-13, 2017. Middle …
If you purchased a poinsettia from Country Club Christian Church students plants will be available for pick up from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on Sun., Dec. 4, at the church.
Students in grades 6-8 worked with our partners in the northeast on June 17-19. Below, left to right, Kathy McDandel (chaperone), Duncan Bennett, Breck McGuire, Caroline Schopp, Elizabeth Crocker, Olivia Keller and Chuck Pickrel.
High school students who went on the mission trip to Nicaragua in June shared photos and talked with the congregation on Sun., July 10, about their experience. Pictured above, left to right, Chuck Pickrel, Taylor Corn, Sam Berry, Jackson Berry, Charlie Jensen, Wynne Reddin, MaKenna Lockhart.
On Saturday, May 14, high school students who will be participating in the June 2-8 Nicaragua Mission Trip held a benefit car wash in the Combs Chapel lot. The students raised over $700 to purchase recreational equipment to take as gifts to the children in Nicaragua.
We started off the day singing happy birthday to Zoë…the big 1-3! We headed out to start our second day of work. We split up into two groups, one working in a park cleaning up the area and the other sorting food at a food pantry that served the community …
The morning started off with a breakfast (which included yet another air guitar lesson led by me). Our work today was split between cleaning up a park, cleaning a roadside, and organizing a food pantry. The youth of Country Club Christian Church worked side by side with youth from a Hindu …
This morning we woke up and had a feast of bagels and yogurt (delicious…very much so!) We drove to a church where we experienced a poverty simulation. In this simulation we were paired with other youth from different faith traditions and were given different family/economic/and life situations. We had to pay bills, …
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