Does God’s Word offer guidance to youth? Is it even relevant to today’s teen? Let’s face it; teenage years can be very difficult but the Bible is full of pertinent topics and advice for the modern adolescent. That’s one of the beauties of God’s Word; it’s timeless. God knew the struggles and challenges the young people of today would face, and that’s why He offers many words of wisdom, guidance and hope. This is what our youth program is all about. It’s about deciphering God’s message to us. What does the Bible say about the way we should live our life? Does the Bible offer advice on topics such as gossip, relationships, and leisure time?
Our youth program strives to create a sense of connection, love, and support for one another as each member builds upon their learning and self reflection based on studies in God's word. This includes weekly Sunday school, mid-week classes, and spur of the moment activities for ages 13 through young adult years.
For this year's mid-week classes, we are looking to build from our foundation of love and support one for another as we seek to tune into the spiritual needs of our youth group. We have developed a calendar full of interesting classes, lively discussion groups, fun games, activities, and adventures to provide weekly! We have four themed segments planned for the year filled with weekly topics and activities thoughtfully put together to consider God's word through the life circumstances in our modern time.
For details about this year's program including the themes, topics, and responsibility schedules check out the: SD CYC 2020-2021 Guide and the SD CYC Parent Handbook.
Join in our weekly gatherings or check out our recommended resources as you navigate life as a teen or young adult.
THIS WEEK ONLY we will have a socially distant meeting in-person at the park. See details below in our upcoming activities.
Come and join us online, "face to face", in an interactive bible class where we will read, study, and discuss together.
Let's get together online to reflect on God's word, talk about what's going on around us and some things we can do.
The book of Revelation can be quite confusing with its obscure and frequent use of imagery. Learn how to unveil this message in this weekly study group.
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A collection of well-produced videos to share with one another as we navigate faith. Faith Chats includes very current topics related to the global coronavirus pandemic. If you carry around a sense of uncertainty, you are not alone!
Have a listen as others share questions, observations, and journeys in faith.
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Rethinking our response to domestic abuse in the Christadelphian Brotherhood.
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Encouragement on being single, marriage, life in general and everything in between.
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Confidential and free of charge, this hotline your call is answered immediately 7 days a week, 24 hours a day by Master's-level and Licensed Clinicians.
A free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.