Youth Ministry

Youth Ministry

L.I.G.H.T. Youth Group

During Sunday evenings, our youth ministry, L.I.G.H.T. (Living In God’s Holy Truth), meets from 6:00-8:00pm on the church grounds. We spend time in prayer, singing, and biblical teaching. For more information, contact our youth director, Chantel Kreiger, at chantelk@cpcissaquah.org

L.I.G.H.T. Youth Group Summer Camp 2017

For more information, and to register, visit this page!

Sonshine Ministries

On the 5th Sunday of months with five Sundays, the youth caravan to various facilities for the elderly around Issaquah for a worship service with other members of our congregation who participate every Sunday of the month. During these services for the residents, they sing treasured hymns, read Scripture, listen to their stories, take prayer requests and, on occasion, administer the Lord’s Supper. For more information about our Sonshine Ministry, visit our Mercy Ministries page.

Sunday School

6th – 8th grade

Your Heart and Paul’s Heart: Understanding Identity in Christ
It’s 33 A.D. Christians are arrested and killed, but the Gospel continues to spread and the church grows. Saul of Tarsus is persecuting those who proclaim the Christ has come. He doesn’t believe… yet. God is about to change Saul’s heart and show him the depths of God’s love and grace… just as He is doing in your life.

High School | Mr. Orth

What is Truth? | Examining Contemporary Culture and Reasoning
Today’s youth are growing up in a culture flooded with persuasive messages that oppose biblical Christianity and that appeal to the flesh.  Therefore, students must be convinced of the truth of Christianity, grounded in their faith, and trained to reason from the Scriptures against the spirit of the age.

This class tackles a variety of false teachings head-on. These include Darwinism, humanism, and relativism.  In a conversational classroom setting, students will develop discernment and learn that these ideas have consequences (the devaluation of human life, the redefinition of marriage, gender identity confusion, the redefinition of tolerance, and immoral entertainment).

The primary goal is that students grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ, who is the way, the truth, and the life.