SHOW UP EVENTS
Hey CVCYouth! We MISS seeing YOU throughout the week, so we have planned awesome “show up events” for you and your friends to attend!
These events will consist of you, “showing up” at a designated place or leader’s house for a great time of fun and fellowship!
We hope to see you there!
For this Summer’s Show Up Events Schedule click the button below!
MOVE UP SUNDAY!
If you have a student in 5th or 8th grade, Move Up Sunday, is NEXT SUNDAY, June 17th!
Our 5th graders will move up to Collide and our 8th graders will move up to Impact and begin attending our Summer Sessions.
We are so excited for this new transition!
SUMMER SESSIONS BEGIN NEXT SUNDAY!
On June 17th, Summer Sessions will start at 9:30am in the lower level room 101 of CVC.
Did I mention it is next Sunday?
We will be discussing the book of Proverbs throughout the summer,
and how it applies to our lives today.
We are so excited to grow and learn with your student(s)!
SUMMER CAMP IS ONLY 4 WEEKS AWAY! 26 DAYS TO BE EXACT, or 624 HOURS, or 37,440 MINUTES, or 2,246,400 SECONDS. Anyone else keeping a count down? Sorry, Not Sorry! We are just so excited for the best week of our entire summer!
Please register your student(s) ASAP!We do not want them to miss out on the BEST week of their entire summer!
We are now into the final phase of registration, it will go until July 1st,and registration will be officially closed after that date.
The pay later option and scholarship application will be available until Tuesday, June 19th.
However, PLEASE NOTE: If your student(s) are already signed up, and you did select the Pay Later option, ALL final Payments are due Monday, June 25th.
To learn more information, to register, or to apply for a scholarship, follow the links below!
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COLLIDE FAMILY TIME
This week in Collide, Pastor Rick Eimers asked a few of our former 8th graders and recent high school graduates to give some advice to our middle school students as we prepare to move up!
The students shared the importance of developing good relationships with people, and that no matter what, it is never cool to hang out with the wrong crowd.
“I used to think that being popular was the most important thing, but if you’re not living for Christ, it doesn’t matter. In the end all that matters is what you’ve done for Christ.”Emma Lipkowski (2018 Graduate)
Some students shared that through Collide they were able to develop an accountability partner, and that Collide really helped their faith come alive.
The students had a lot of great advice, and we are so excitedfor students to step up and learn from each other.
This week, take some time to talk to your student(s) about what they have learned this year in Collide. What do they remember most and what do they look forward to most next year?