Mid High (grades 7–8): 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Snack Supper: 5:30-6:00 p.m.
Senior High (grades 9–12): 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Led by Kevin Parker and Peggy Riley
Join us for fellowship, exploration of faith, and fun!
We want to KNOW God, not just know about God.
The F's of Youth Group:
Fun and Games
Fantastic mission and service
Joyful Noise Choir
7th- 12th grade Rehearsals Sunday at 9:15 a.m. Sings in worship the fourth Sunday each month. Directors: Phil & Staci Payne
Youth Sunday School
Each lesson confronts students with a real question about the biblical narrative and then equips them to make thoughtful decisions about how to answer it. We meet in the Youth Rm at 9:45 a.m.
K-State Game Day Parking
The CAUMC Youth Group offers reserved parking spots for all home K-State games! To reserve your spot fill out the form below and return it to our church office.
Youth Group awards $13,000 in Grants to Non Profits:
2018 Youth Mission Trips
The Mid-High mission trip was an URBAN PLUNGE to Lincoln, NE. We “plunged” into ministry learning about the various ethnic cultures in Lincoln. We “plunged” into ministry with the homeless, children in foster care, and the physically and mentally challenged adults.
Nine youth and three sponsors plunged into cleaning at the Cornerstone Family Facility and the Yazidi Cultural Center. The youth assisted with crafts and games at the Salvation Army kids club along with organizing the pantry. At the Mosaic Facility for physically and mentally handicapped residents, the youth pulled weeds and reset bowling pins for the residents’ bowling games. We donated 40 hygiene bags to the Foster Care Closet when we helped them set up for a community meal. Being in mission is not about us — it is about following Jesus’s example of servant hood.
The Senior High Mission trip was also an URBAN PLUNGE trip but this time to Dallas, TX. The CAUMC youth took the “plunge” to be in mission and ministry to the homeless and to the people living in poverty in South Dallas.
Ten youth and two sponsors became skilled at harvesting vegetables at the Community Gardens and then delivered them to a food pantry. Our detective skills were needed when checking expiration dates on donated food items at Life Message Food Bank. Our cleaning skills were needed at Our Calling — a day center for the homeless. We used our artistic skills as we helped children at the Village Oaks Apartments paint trash cans to replace throughout the complex. And, we handed out 50 hygiene kits at the Dallas International Street Church, where our music skills were called upon during the worship service. It was a blessing to be able to serve others as Jesus served!
The youth fund their mission trips through football parking.