Youth Serving in the World
Houston, TX - July 7-15, 2018
This summer our High School youth are focusing on missions and YOU ARE INVITED to join us! A hands on week of service and home repairs in the Lonestar State! That includes all students that will be entering 9th grade in the Fall 2018! We will be joining 400 other high school youth from around the nation to serve and minister to people in Houston, Texas.
Disaster recovery is totally different—the situation, and the needs, literally change every day. All we can tell you at this point is that you will be desperately needed. Typically, once an affected house is emptied, it has to be gutted down to the studs. Drywall, insulation, carpeting—literally everything touched by water must be removed. It’s a dirty job, but it’s the only way! Then, everything that is left must be treated to remove mildew before drywall is rehung, finished, and painted. We will do our best to inform you what you might expect during this mission—but the best advice is to expect the unexpected!
Youth Serving Locally
ILEAD - WEDNESDAYS, 6:00-8:00PM
Love, Engage, Accept, and Disciple others. A chance to invest in the lives of our Jr. Youth and help mentor them in their walk with Jesus in a variety of different opportunities on Wednesday evenings in the Youth Room.
The Worship Team leads music for Concordia Center worship with song leaders, guitars, drums, keyboards, and other solo instruments. Our youth also help lead worship for youth events.
The Tech Team is made up of youth and young adults who run video cameras, lighting, and computer presentations for worship in the Concordia Center.
USHERS, GREETERS, AND ACOLYTES
Outgoing youth are always needed to help in welcoming guests, handing out bulletins, helping to collect offerings, and assisting the pastors in worship.
THE FESTIVAL CHOIR
The Festival Choir sings for the Christmas Cantata, which is a Sunday morning service featuring traditional choir music and orchestra. The choir of youth and adults meets for rehearsal on Wednesdays in November and December and performs the Cantata the Sunday before Christmas.
Join with the CK Deaf Ministry in signing a song in ASL (American Sign Language) during worship. Hearing-abled persons are encouraged to join - you'll get to know people from the Deaf Ministry and learn some sign language as well.
The choir sings once-a-month for Sunday morning services in the Sanctuary (8:15am) and meets for 1-2 evenings of rehearsal prior to singing. No choral experience or voice training is necessary, and no audition required. Click here for a full schedule of rehearsals and Sundays.