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Club 56 (Grade 5-6)

An experience for “tweens” that are in Grade 5 and 6 that allows for them to transition out of Kids @ The Creek. They are in a transition time from being a child to being a teen. This group meets on Sunday Mornings and are released from the auditorium during the offering.
 

Grades 5-8 (Timothy Teamers)

Once a month students in grades 5 to 8 can volunteer to serve in various capacities during the Sunday morning. Areas of service range from greeting, to serving beverages, to helping in the classrooms of younger children.

Edge: Junior High School (Grades 7 and 8)

Edge (Jr. High Ministry) at Cedar Creek Community Church exists to assist students in becoming fully devoted followers of Christ.

Who: Grade 7 & 8 students

What: A weekly program for junior high Students, the evening includes activities, games, small groups and Bible teaching. (There are also things like Bedlam & retreats throughout the year.)

When: Tuesday night, 7-9pm

Where: @The Creek in the Edge Room

Why: To provide a space for Jr. High students to explore and grow in their spiritual lives.
 

Goals of Edge

  • To create an environment where students feel welcomed
  • To have intentional relationships with the students through small groups
  • To provide a safe space for students to ask questions & to have those questions valued
  • To encourage spiritual growth – through small groups and volunteer leaders who live out their faith
Extreme : High School (Grades 9-12)
 
Extreme (High School ministry) at The Creek exists to assist students in their growth to becoming fully devoted followers of Christ.

Who: Grade 9-12+students

What: A weekly program for high school students, the evening includes activities, games, small groups and Bible teaching. There are also retreat opportunities throughout the year.

When: Tuesday night, 7-9pm

Where: @The Creek in the Extreme Room

Why: To provide a space for high school students to explore and grow in their spiritual lives.
 
 

Goals of Extreme

  • To create an environment where students feel welcomed
  • To have intentional relationships with the students through small groups and one on ones.
  • To provide a safe space for students to ask questions & to have those questions valued
  • To encourage spiritual growth – through small groups and volunteer leaders who live out their faith
  • Develop Student Leaders through volunteer opportunities like Worship Team, Compass Trips & Mission Trips