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At Canby Christian Church, we strongly believe that the goal of youth ministry is to prepare students for a life of service and relationship with God beyond high school.  The teenage years can be some of the most challenging, confusing, and critical years of a person’s life.  With this in mind, strategically helping teens and their families create a God based foundation for life is built into the fabric of how we do Student Ministry. 

At Canby Christian Church, our Student Ministry goals are:

  1. To see teens who were once lost come to know and believe in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.

  2. To see future Christian leaders and pastors being developed through discipleship.

  3. To unite with other age groups in our church to live become the active body of Christ.

  4. To become Jesus to our community by serving, loving, and being outward focused.

Below you will find a list of the ministry opportunities provided to our students in order to facilitate ministry and do our best to live out our goals for Student Ministry.

Middle School Youth Group
 Wednesdays, 3:30-5:0pm
Our weekday middle school program is aimed at introducing middle school kids to Jesus and the Church in a fun and encouraging environment.  At Middle School Youth Group students can expect to have a lot of fun as they learn through games, activities, and object lessons.  


High School Youth Group 

Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00pm

Our weekday High School program aimed at introducing teens to Jesus and the church in a fun, encouraging environment. Teens experience worship, teaching, small groups, and activities.

Middle School Bible Class 

Sundays, during the 11am service
Sunday morning bible class is designed to teach Middle School students about the word of God.  The goal of this class time is that teens will gain knowledge and wisdom for living the Christian life, and learn to study the bible on their own even after their school days are over.  Middle Schoolers are encouraged to attend service until the greeting time, in which they are dismissed to attend their class for the remainder of the service.