CEDAR CREEK STUDENTS


weekly gatherings

  • Small Groups

    Sundays,  9:30am

    One of the main reasons we meet as a church is to be equipped for the work of ministry (cf. Eph 4:12-16). On Sunday mornings, students have the opportunity to receive in-depth training on various doctrines/topics found throughout Scripture. They also have the opportunity to be mentored and discipled in small groups by one of our caring adult leaders. It is our hope that each of our students will "attain to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to mature manhood, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ."


    For students 6th-12th grade.

  • Wed. Nights

    wed., 6:30pm

    We believe that we were created to glorify God by finding our soul's delight in Him and by living in joyful obedience to Him in all our ways. In a world that stands in opposition to this, it can be very difficult to stay on track. Wednesday nights serve as a time for our students to refocus or "recharge" in the middle of their busy, tiring week. Students are able to enjoy time hanging out with their friends, playing games, singing praises led by our upbeat worship band, and listening to a biblically-based, gospel-centered message that will help them grow in their relationships with others and with Christ. 


    For students 6th-12th grade. 

  • Campus life

    thurs., 2:30pm

    Campus Life is a safe, high-energy after-school club at Fern Creek High School that is open and welcoming to all students, both Christian and non-Christian alike. Our weekly club involves food, interactive games/activities, conversations that are positive and uplifting, and teaching that addresses issues teenagers face. The goal of Campus Life is to engage students where they are at, lead them to a relationship with Jesus Christ, and connect them with His church.


    For Fern Creek students 9th-12th grade.

Mission

Cedar Creek Students exists to grow students' knowledge of Christ and propel them into lifelong dedication to him.


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