Christ’s Crew Youth Group
Christ’s Crew is the middle school (6th-8th) youth group at Trinity. The Crew meets for Confirmation classes during the school year. We also have weekly meetups during the Sunday School hour at 9:15am. This time is based on fun interaction versus heavy learning since that’s covered during Confirmation classes. Other fun and purposeful monthly activities throughout the year are planned, plus we go on an annual summer trip called Day Trippers.
- Junior High Youth Gathering
- 30 Hour Planned Famine
- CU football game
- Halloween Carnival
- Serve Easter Breakfast
- Overnights at Church
Youth are an integral part of the congregation at Trinity. The older members value the youth for their energy and commitment they bring to the Trinity community, and the youth value the older members for their wisdom and support. Trinity youth are not the church of tomorrow; they are the church today!
Trinity’s Youth Ministry is headed up by Chad Nelsen, Director of Youth & Household Ministries.
All church activities are cancelled until April 1, 2020 due to coronavirus concerns.
Confirmation Class Schedules
Middle school students (AKA Christ’s Crew) meet during the school year for Confirmation classes. For the 2019-2020 session, we’re varying the schedules to better accommodate family’s busy schedules. Options are on Wednesday evenings from 5:45-7:00pm with a pizza dinner starting at 5:45. Sunday afternoon classes, also with pizza, are from 12:00-3:30pm (8th Graders have different Sunday schedules in April and May). The date schedules are as follows:
Lutheran Confirmation at Trinity is a three year instructional journey. Kids are encouraged to actively participate in learning among their peers and adult leaders during this time. Learn about its purpose and each year’s theme on our Confirmation page.
Upcoming Middle School Youth Events
A parent and Confirmation youth should attend.
Sunday, April 12th 7:30am – 12:00pm Easter Breakfast
This event is a fundraiser for youth going to confirmation camp, but we need help from everyone, not just those attending this year. Because everyone will go to confirmation camp at least once during their years in confirmation, everyone benefits from this event at some point. This, combined with the fact that this event requires many people to be successful, is why we expect everyone to participate each year. We expect that each youth and at least one parent per youth will attend both set-up and day of for full credit (you will get ½ credit for camp if you only attend one). All funds raised will be matched by Thrivent again this year, doubling our impact.