Slidell

on Summer hiatus!
we will resume in August.
Community
STUDENT MINISTRIES
7th-12th grade
Weekly Small Group Sessions
Small Groups is how we care for each other. At its core, a small group is less about what you do and more about who you do it with. You can expect to connect with other students through a common activity, engage in fun life-giving conversations, and build relationships with others. To join a Small Group, email Pastor Carlos Cage – carlos@communitych.com
Monthly Gathering
meets the saturday before the 4th Sunday from 12:30-2:30pm

Come join us as we gather to experience fun fellowship with friends. Our time will include games, prizes, and food. We can’t wait to see you there. 

Current Series:
Back to Basics

Building a secure foundation of faith in a student’s life can be challenging. That’s why we are taking the next quarter to get Back to the Basics. Our goal is to make sure students know important truths that will help them grow and build their faith. Topics will be

  • Prayer
  • Plan of Salvation / Roman Road
  • Assurance of Salvation
  • Understanding Your Faith
  • Following after Jesus


Students meet weekly in their small groups. All small groups come together monthly for fellowship and training.

For more detailed information please contact the Student Ministry Pastor.

Current Series:
Back to Basics
Building a secure foundation of faith in a student’s life can be challenging. That’s why we are taking the next quarter to get Back to the Basics. Our goal is to make sure students know important truths that will help them grow and build their faith. Topics will be 
  • Prayer
  • Plan of Salvation / Roman Road
  • Assurance of Salvation
  • Understanding Your Faith
  • Following after Jesus
Students meet weekly in their small groups. All small groups come together monthly for fellowship and training. 
For more detailed information please contact the Student Ministry Pastor.
week 4:
the Holy Spirit helps us love

No matter how kind, patient, loving, or easy-going you are, I’m sure we can all think of people who are sometimes hard for us to love. Maybe they’re hard to love because they’ve hurt you, or because you disagree with them about something, or maybe it’s just because they annoy you. Whatever the reason, we can sometimes feel really stuck in our anger, frustration, or sadness when it comes to these hard-to-love people. The problem is God tells us to love everyone, even our enemies. So what do we do when we just don’t feel like we can? The apostle Paul, who wrote the letter to the Galatians in the Bible, reminds us that Jesus doesn’t just tell us to love people — He gives us the Holy Spirit to help us do it. We can’t love people like Jesus loves them in our own strength, but guess what. We don’t have to! God has already sent a Helper — the Holy Spirit helps us love.

For more information, contact:

Carlos Cage

Youth Director

Hwy 1085

Covington

Slidell