Country Club Christian Church’s Youth Ministry serves grades 6-12 and has various opportunities for faith formation and relationship. Look for news and events on our website blog, or sign up for our weekly email newsletter, or email Rev. Tyler Heston, Minister to Youth, for more information about programs and activities and to join our Remind texting group. Follow us on Instagram!
Socials & Special Events
We have special events scheduled throughout the year! See posts below or sign up for the weekly email newsletter for calendar information.
Donuts and Discussion
Sundays at 10:00 a.m. in the Youth Center. We’ll connect over conversation on a topic related to our faith and lives, then split into small groups based on age.
Sunday Night Youth Groups
Join us Sunday nights from September through April for a chance to play, rest, and connect with friends before another week of school. Check out our most recent programming calendar for more information!
Summer Service-Learning Trips
Each summer, the middle school and high school youth groups each go on a service-learning trip somewhere outside of Kansas City. We partner with nonprofits bringing change and transformation to their community to serve and learn about how God’s love is made known in the world, and we take a day to do something fun, celebrating our work and learning. Service-learning trips are an incredible way to connect with others in the youth group as we grow together in our service and faith. For more information on these opportunities, contact Rev. Tyler Heston.
Pastors’ Class provides youth, usually in the sixth grade, time, space, and tools to more clearly understand their identity as Christians and their connection to this faith community. The class begins in the spring and ends with baptism and joining the church on Palm Sunday. Stay tuned for more information about upcoming Pastors’ Class opportunities.
Student News & Events
A World that Shines with LifeJuly 14, 2023Our shining creator, who protects, helps, and loves us. We see your vision for minga on earth as it is in heaven. Help us to have just what we need, and embrace us as we embrace our neighbors.
Making Sense of Mission by Rev. Tyler HestonJune 1, 2023I 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.