Christ’s Crew Youth Group

Christ’s Crew is the middle school (6th-8th) youth group at Trinity. These youth meet weekly for confirmation on Wednesdays, 5:45-7pm, as well as once a month for a fellowship or service event. There’s also a Christ’s Crew hour during Sunday School mornings, at 9:15am during the school year – this time is based on fun interaction versus heavy learning since they get that during Confirmation classes. Additionally, we meet several times during the summer plus go on an annual summer trip called Day Trippers.

Christ’s Crew Typical Yearly Events:

  • 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.

Upcoming Middle School Youth Events

Check out the Christ’s Crew 2018 Christmas movie by clicking here! Super job, everyone!

Sunday School Class Schedule:

March 24  BVSD SPRING BREAK (No Class)

March 31 BVSD SPRING BREAK (No Class)

The Trinity Youth Community Fund (TYCF) is a youth-led (8th – 12th grades) opportunity for local non-profit organizations to apply for small funding proposals. The purpose for our youth is to learn more about the work being done to fight a wide variety of issues faced by members of our local community, as well as how non-profit organizations are funded and how each of us can make an impact in our community by directing our dollars to certain places. Funds for the TYCF come from Luther Day donations, CU Parking, and Trinity’s ministry spending plan. Several different things happen over the course of the next few months that we will need your participation and help to accomplish. The first step of that is deciding which types of organizations and what causes we would like to fund. There is a wide variety of good and necessary work done by non-profits, but we need your help in narrowing down which organizations we will fund this year. This is an extremely important step for the TYCF, as it specifies the organizations that will be interested this year.
  • Sun, Apr 7, 12 – 3:30pm: proposal review to go over all the grant proposals we’ve received and decide which organizations to visit.
  • Sat, April 13th, 9am-3pm Meet @ Trinity and travel together for site visits to narrowed down organizations and make final funding decisions.

 

Sun, April 14th, 3 – 5pm: ABC Climbing Gym  ABC provides instructors for all skill levels, so even if you’ve never climbed you’re encouraged to join us! Invite friends and RSVP if you plan to be there. Bring $10 cash and we’ll cover the rest!

 

Rainbow Trail Lutheran Camp: registration is open! Note to Confirmation aged youth: we register as a group. The weeks that most Trinity youth are planning to go are: Intro to Camp (entering 2nd or 3rd gr.) on June 16-19, Juniors (4-6 gr.) on June 16-22, and Senior High (9-12 gr.) is July 21-27. If these dates don’t work, you are still highly encouraged to attend when you can. Invite a friend to go with you!! You can register online at www.rainbowtrail.org. Cost for Intros: $235, and cost for Juniors and Senior High: $455. Please don’t let cost be the reason you don’t go; case by case financial assistance is available. Talk to Chad with any questions!