R.E.A.C.H. is a youth ministry of Creekside Community Church for youths in 6th-12th grade. It is designed to encourage the spiritual growth of all youth that attend. There will be a combination of social time, worship, conversations, service projects and fun.
We meet Sunday Evenings at 6:30 p.m. at the church For questions call Cindy DeVries at 612-581-3435
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Who can attend R.E.A.C.H.?
Any students in 6th-12th grade. They do not have to belong to Creekside, or any church for that matter.
What will R.E.A.C.H. do?
Youth will come together on a regular basis to discuss youth issues, share our faith, worship Christ and serve others. We want to reach out and encourage all in their personal relationship with Christ.
What is expected of youth?
We expect youth to come with an open mind, a willing heart, to share with others, participate in conversations and be part of the service projects they choose.
What will the service projects be like and do I have to do them?
The service projects will vary each time. We will plan projects to help our church, our communities and beyond. Youth will have a say in what service projects they choose to do. All service projects will be voluntary, but we would hope you would want to be part of as many as you can.
Sever's Corn Maze
Everyone had a great time at Sever's Corn Maze this fall.
Family Potluck Night
Each year R.E.A.C.H. ends their Sunday night season with a special Family Potluck Night. We celebrate with worship music, a talk from Pastor and then a great potluck meal. It is a great way to thank everyone that has been part of our year for all they have done.
For the third year R.E.A.C.H. Youth Ministry did their Fast for 24. We do this to experience, even for a short time, what t is like to be hingry.
The youth started their day by having breakfast together and then serving at our monthly food shelf. They also cleaned in the church in preparation for a special event the next day. They enjoyed bowling and games later in the day and just hanging out together and getting to know one another.
Throughout the year we take breaks from our studies and have some fun, game nights are very popular. Many games are provided for the youth, but they often find their own source of fun also. The leaders step back a bit and let the youth decide what they want to do.