Announcements


2019 Winter Retreat

Register for Winter Retreat 2019

Student Registration

Register your student for the 2018-2019 school year

REGISTER STUDENTS FOR 2018-2019 ACTIVITIES

Fundraisers

Krispy Kreme Fundraiser

Deadline: December 16, 2018

Students can now pre-sell Krispy Kreme gift certificates. Each certificate sells for only $12. Download the sell sheet or grab a hardcopy at the left side CBC Information booth. Deadline for all orders and money is Sunday, Dec 16. Questions? Contact: Ashley Aquino at 707-853-2920

Holiday Craft Faire

Contact Joy Arcilla at 707-312-4204

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About CBC Student Ministries

The mission of CBC Student Ministries is to assist Christian families in their God-ordained task of raising worshippers of the true and living God. We do this by making disciples of Jesus Christ—evangelizing, edifying, equipping young adults by God’s Word, through the power of the Holy Spirit.

Church and Family Working Together

We believe that the Bible calls for a godly synergy between parents in their primary, God-ordained task of raising their children in the Lord (Deut 6:6-7; Eph 6:4), and the call of the local church to train and equip believers (Eph 4:11-13).

As an extension of the local Church, this ministry supports families with the shared goal of raising up godly men and women who will passionately proclaim Christ to the world. Knowing that the greatest need in a teenager’s life is spiritual renewal (John 3), we preach the Gospel, knowing that it is “the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes.” (Rom 1:16) Therefore, we emphasize gospel-fueled discipleship beginning in the family and supported by the church.

Weekly Meetings

Sunday School

Every Sunday morning at 9-10 am in the New Student Center (Room 115), students gather for a time of worship in song, Bible study and prayer. After Sunday School, students proceed to the main worship service with their families. The emphasis of this time is the instruction and equipping of believers for life and ministry. This format allows for teaching, interaction and discussion. Sunday School is also the main entry point into our discipleship program, 710 Ministries.

Student Sunday School runs September – May.

Junior High (TFC)

The Fellowship Club ministers to 7-8 grade students during the critical transition to adulthood. This ministry features Bible studies on basic Christian doctrines, musical worship and prayer, and diverse social activities to develop Christ-centered friendships.

  • Time: Wednesdays, 7:00-9:00 pm, September – May
  • Place: New Student Center, Room 115
    710 Broadway St, Vallejo CA
  • Leader: Joe Brooks, Jr. High Director

High School (Crossroads)

Crossroads impacts young adults during the exciting process of increasing independence. This dynamic meeting features Christ-centered sermons, musical worship, prayer, social/athletic activities, and student service opportunities.

  • Time: Fridays, 7:00-9:30 pm, September – May
  • Place: New Student Center, Room 115
    710 Broadway St, Vallejo CA
  • Leader: Mario Santos, High School Director

Student Discipleship (710 Ministries)

To supplement parental discipleship, 710 Ministries is a discipleship facilitation program where student groups meet regularly with trained staff leaders for Bible study, prayer, accountability, and encouragement. 710 is based on Ezra’s commitment to study, practice, and teach God’s Word (Ezra 7:10), and seeks to bring students to maturity in their Christian lives. Students interested in getting involved with 710 should attend the 3rd Sunday school of the month to get involved.

710 Meeting Times

  • 3rd Sunday School of the Month (710 entry point)
  • One Floating Saturday per Month (Per discipleship group)

Special Events

We host many special events for evangelistic outreach. These include our Summer Volleyball Outreach Tournament, Movie Night, Stinson Beach hike, and many others. These events have connected many students to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and are perfect opportunities students to invite friends for personal evangelism.

Summer Volleyball

Every summer from June to mid-August, we host a large outreach co-ed volleyball tournament. Hundreds of students from around the bay area have competed in this evangelistic outreach. Learn more.

Discipleship Camp (8-12 grades)

Discipleship Camp is an intensive Bible study camp focused on deepening of the students’ faith, and challenging them to participate in ministry. Camp attendance is limited to students who have been regularly involved with discipleship with parents or student ministry staff.

Summer Camp (7-12 grades)

Summer Camp is a 1-week program designed to allow students to retreat from daily life to be refreshed with Bible study, worship, and fellowship. This camp has historically been a wonderful opportunity for discipleship, counseling, and outreach.

Serving in Student Ministries

Below are some downloads for those interested in serving in Student Ministries:

Download Student Ministry Volunteer Application Doctrine Test