CBC Youth is now online! We will be going live every Friday during school term at 6:30pm. The best way to keep up to date with everything we are doing is via our Facebook and Instagram. That is where you will find the links to the live streams, as well as our latest videos, challenges, devotionals and much more!
CBC Youth is about providing a safe environment for young people in Years 6-12 to have fun, make friends, learn about God and be encouraged in life. Our youth programs are open to anyone: Christian or non-Christian, guy or girl, tall or short, good day or bad day. We want to help every young person form a positive identity, find a fulfilling purpose and live their lives to the full!
Due to the change to online meetings and activities, additional child protection measures have been put in place to protect our youth. In addition, all youth will need a permission form completed by a parent/guardian in order to participate in CBC Youth online.
Friday Night Youth runs each week during school term and involves a mix of food, games, sport, art, Bible-based talks, music, challenges, adventures and occasionally outings (e.g. Skyzone, rock climbing, laser tag). Other than the outings, Friday Night Youth is held in the CBC Sports Centre and includes:
Youth Small Groups are an opportunity for young people to go deeper in their understanding of God and to ask whatever questions they have about life, the world, meaning, relationships and the future. Small groups also facilitate the development of mentoring relationships and positive peer relationships to support young people through the ups and downs of the teenage years. Youth Small Groups are held at CBC and include:
Mentoring High School Girls is so delightful! They come to our groups ready to be loved and encouraged, along with learning life skills that will help them navigate their teenage lives through great choices and set goals. Real friendships are formed and nurtured and the results are beautiful young women who can reach their potential in life through telling themselves the truth – that they are loved and valued and capable of making a difference in the lives of others.