Rooted Student Ministries exists to help students dig their roots down deep into the fertile soil of truth and God’s amazing love! At the root of it all, our focus is to help students begin and cultivate an intimate love relationship with Jesus Christ and challenge them to make His name and fame known as they disciple, lead and serve together!
Rooted HS Bible Study:
Who: 9th-12th grade
Where: The McMillins’ House (1060 Woodstone Drive…pass church on left, go under the underpass, take 2nd left onto McIntosh, follow to Woodstone, house at end of street with a long driveway)
When: Mondays 6:30-8:30
Come as you are! Hang out with friends and dive deeply into God’s Word to explore the teachings Jesus Christ through cool video studies! Plant your feet firmly in truth and find out what Christ has to say about modern issues that impact your life. Spend time in prayer for your peers and learn how you can be a light in your community! You’ll be fed, loved and accepted, and so will your friends so bring them!
Get Linked Family Fun Night:
Who: The whole family (6th-8th grade youth will have a breakout time of devotion for their age level.)
Where: CHUMC Ministry Center
When: Wednesdays (beginning April 6) 6:00-7:30
This is a high energy evening of fun, fellowship, praise and devotions for the entire family. Enjoy fellowship with some awesome people! Laugh till it hurts, enjoy skits, games, relaxed worship and devotions with a really cool group of folks as you build life-long relationships with others who desire to be rooted in Christ Jesus! Don’t forget to bring your friends!
Where: 6th-8th in the middle school rm (Connie Reed, Teacher)
9th-12th in the HS Rooted rm (Clay and Tiffany Holt, Teachers)
When: Sundays at 10:00 am
Grow in Godâ€™s Word with lessons designed with you in mind!
Upcoming Featured Events
Resurrection Annually (January in Gatlinburg)
Resurrection strives to be the premier Christian youth conference that brings youth groups together for awesome fellowship and authentic worship, where the Gospel is proclaimed, and youth have a spiritual renewal and a closer walk with Christ.
Estimated Cost $100 per student/ $30 deposit due mid-November
Accommodations: Four Sisters Lodge
Passion Annually (January in Atlanta)
At the heart of it all, Passion exists to see a generation stake their lives on what matters most. For us, that’s the fame of the One who rescues and restores, and the privilege we have to fully leverage our lives by amplifying His name in everything we do.
Last year, our US gathering drew more than 60,000 students and leaders from around the world to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. We were blown away by God’s presence. Shattered and rebuilt by His Word. Challenged to the core. Repaired. Wrapped in love. Awakened to raise our voices for those who have no voice.
In 2014, we will host gatherings in two cities “Atlanta and Houston, yet be united by one heartbeat. Jesus. We hope to see both places filled with a new wave of Jesus followers who are trading small dreams for a place in the story God is writing around the globe.
More than a conference. More than an event. More than a feeling. Passion is you and me saying yes to the One whose name is above every name.
Come. Join us. Stake your place. Raise your voice.
18-26 years of age (senior highs-college/young adult)
Cost per ticket $139 thru 9/14, $149 thru 11/14, $159 thru 12/14 + hotel
John’s Island, SC Missions Trip Annually
Tentative Date: June TBA
Cost: $100 (work 2 fundraisers) $150 (work one fundraiser) $175
What is John’s Island?
Beginning 23 years ago, the Youth (and later the Young Adults) of CHUMC have gone on a mission trip affectionately referred to as Johns Island. This island of contrasts is located south of Charleston, South Carolina. Although sections of the island boast million dollar homes and golf courses, there are plenty of people whose housing is less than optimal. These are the people we seek to help.
What is the mission?
We work under the direction of Rural Mission Inc., an interdenominational organization founded to promote and minister to the spiritual, economic, social educational, medical and housing needs of residents of the Sea Islands. Past projects have included roof replacement, insulation of walls and attics, replacing windows and doors, painting house exteriors, building porches, steps, and handicap ramps, and giving residents of the island a better place to live and hope for the future.
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