Middle School & High School

At Covenant Presbyterian Church we believe that our young people are a vital part of the church body and that parents are the primary disciplers of their children. We also believe the church body as a Covenant Family has responsibilities in assisting parents as they raise their children. In light of these foundational beliefs we offer numerous classes and activities for children of all ages.

At CPC, our Youth Program for Middle and High Schoolers aims to provide various opportunities for children sixth grade through twelfth grade to connect with both their peers and adults who are mature in Christ.

Please contact our Youth and Young Adult Pastor, Jeremiah Hill, for more information on meetings and events for middle and high school students.

MIDDLE SCHOOL (Sixth TO Eighth Grade)

Sunday School: The Sunday School hour consists of lessons taken from the denominational curriculum which is geared toward meeting the hearts of youth in their current situations. Boys and girls meet separately.

Wednesday Night Study: From 6:45 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. the middle school study explores themes of “owning” what we say we believe about Jesus as well as developing tools that will aid in lifelong Bible study and personal growth. 



Sunday School: In keeping with the thought that our high school youth have one foot in adulthood and the other in adolescence, Sunday School’s purpose is to challenge them with the study of Scripture and its application.  Ninth and 10th Grade meet together and 11th and 12th Grade meet together.

Small Groups: Small groups meet Wednesday evenings and cover a variety of topics.

Activities and Retreats: Both middle school and high school youth have an annual retreat, as well as, special events during the year. Youth calendars are available for more details. Visit our Calendar page and filter events for "youth".


Covenant youth
: Sixth through 12th Grade

Contact Jeremiah Hill for more information on Covenant Youth Programs.

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Covenant Presbyterian Church exists to love God and our neighbors by reverently and winsomely proclaiming the salvation we have received from Christ, the union we enjoy with Him, and the restoration He brings to all things.