This summer, we will be learning about and practicing what being a Christian is to our neighbors, those in our classes and schools, and everyone around us. How do we share the love of Jesus in a world of political correctness and religious pluralism? Who is my Neighbor? will challenge us to look at evangelism in the 21st century with an eye towards practicality and something you can actually do well!
Northbrook Covenant Youth is open to all students in grades 6 through 12--even if you don’t attend our church! All are welcome! Come exactly as you are! Our students meet on Sunday nights from 6–8 p.m. in the Youth Room for a time of worship, creative elements such as games and spiritual practices, and a message tailored directly for middle school and high school students from God’s word. Northbrook Covenant Youth is committed to building a community of students passionately following Jesus in a way that compels others to follow Him. There are many ways for our students to participate in service projects around the community along with fun outings and weekend retreats where students have the opportunity to grow deeper in their faith. If you have any questions, would like more information, or would like to volunteer, please contact the Director of Youth Ministries, Thomas Cellilli.
What is CHIC? CHIC is the only conference that gathers students every three years from throughout the Evangelical Covenant Church in one place for five days of worship, transformation, and fun. CHIC acts as a catalyst in students’ lives, helping them see the big picture of God’s kingdom and inspiring them to dive deeper in their faith–together. CHIC is held at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and is open to all High school students are eligible to attend CHIC if they will complete grade 9, 10, 11, or 12 in the academic school year on which CHIC falls. Our next CHIC gathering will be in July 2021.
For more information on CHIC, visit chicconference.org.
Confirmation is a one-year discipleship program taught by the Director of Youth Ministries in conjunction with the Lead Pastor that is intended for middle school students (grades 6-8); however, if you have a student that is in high school and has not yet been confirmed, we encourage the student to join as well. Confirmation gives students the opportunity to learn the church’s history, truths of the Christian faith, and the stories of the Bible, while developing discipling relationships with pastors and mentors. Students learn to articulate what they believe about the Bible and how biblical faith translates into Christian living and responsibility in the world. If you have a student who is interested in joining the next Confirmation class, click here.