The youth program at CtK is a special group of people. We care about each other and work hard to develop meaningful relationships that are rooted in our shared beliefs as Christians.
A Youth Faith Formation (YFF) committee composed of parents of past and present youth meets monthly to plan events such as– youth service days, Christmas events, community outreach, tubing, skating, flower sales, and performing plays and skits for younger CtK children.
We also plan a mission trip every other year and attend the National Youth Gathering in the opposite year. Additionally, CtK takes a group of 6th through 9th graders to Camp Lutherwald for confirmation camp each summer and 9th through 12th graders can attend a servant leader camp offered that same week.
There are many ways for youth to get involved at CtK.
Follow the Christ the King Lutheran Youth Crew on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CTKLutheranYouth/.
We invite young people in grades 6 to 12 to meet every Sunday from 10:30 to 11:15 am. Middle school students meet in Room 303, and high school students meet in the Youth Room. Some weeks the high school and middle schoolers meet separately, and other weeks we combine for one big group! Each week we have a check-in with each other and discuss the day's sermon. We have a great group of kids who are supportive and welcoming. Please join us and feel free to bring a friend as we learn more about our faith, develop friendships and have fun!
The Christ the King Confirmation program is for all 6th through 8th grade students. This three-year curriculum focuses on Luther’s Small Catechism, the Bible, and living out our baptismal call in our everyday lives. Our time together includes study, prayer, videos, music, games and discussion. We welcome questions and doubts. Contact the church office or the youth faith formation coordinator for more information.
Sunday Night Live (SNL)
Sunday evenings are for SNL! From 5 to 6:30 pm every other Sunday, youth in grades 6 through 12 gather in Van Oort Hall for a large group welcome activity. Students grades 6 through 8 then meet for Confirmation class, while High schoolers meet separately to work on various outreach projects and engage in discussion and activities geared specifically to high school students.