Christ the King Youth Ministry
Youth Ministry Mission Statement
To encourage and equip our youth to worship our crucified and risen King, to make Him known in our community by what we say and do, and to grow as a church family.
“Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.” –1 Timothy 4:12, NIV
Youth Ministry Gatherings
Sunday Morning Education: Following the morning worship service, our youth meet for Bible Study. 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. (starting September 10th 2017)
Sunday Evening Youth Group: Our flagship program meets on Sunday nights from 6:00-7:30 p.m. to hang out, listen to some great music, open the Bible, sing, and eat and have fun. Sunday evening Youth Group meets in various homes near the church. (starting September 10th 2017)
All CtKY Sunday Morning and Evening teaching is split between Junior High (6th-8th grade) and Sr. High (9th-12th grade). Events are combined.
Small Group Bible Studies
Jr. & Sr. High Guys Bible Study - Wednesdays at 5:30PM at Holy Cow in Delray
Jr. & Sr. High Girls Bible Study - Fridays at 4:15PM at the Brady’s
Contact Work and Connection
E-mail List and Connecting: Relationships are important. This is why contact work is important to us. We collect e-mails and contact information to add students to our blast e-mail list and to do contact work. Parents will be notified whenever youth leaders communicate directly with youth for contact work. Expect to hear from us soon!
Join Our CtK Youth Ministry E-mail List Here
Volunteering and Serving with the Youth Ministry
Looking to Volunteer?
If you are interested in volunteering for one of our youth ministry programs, you will need to complete a Volunteer Application Form. For more information, contact our Director of Youth Ministry, Robbie Pruitt.
Youth Ministry Policies and Safety
We take the safety of our youth very seriously. We expect volunteers to be a part of the Christ the King community for at least 6 months before we schedule them for volunteer service in our youth ministry programs. Additionally, all of our volunteers are required to complete a background check and attend our safety training. Our Five Steps for Keeping Children Safe will give you a greater description of what we do to ensure the safety of our youth.