12:2 student & Family ministries

Grades 6-12

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.

Family Ministry Training

August 14, 9am - 9pm

All volunteers who work with high school, middle school, and children are asked to attend this training meeting where we will be trained in emergency response, review church and volunteer policies and spend some time appreciating you for all the work you do. Please RSVP to Laurie

Thompson's Cabin

August 17, 9am - 9pm

Cost $10—Get ready for a fun day at the cabin. Students entering 8th through 12th grades are invited to the Thompson’s cabin on Lake Stella for the day! Lunch and dinner will be provided. Bring any other snacks you want. The cabin has a yard games, a canoe, a rowboat, and a speedboat that Eric will drive for tubing, kneeboarding, and skiing. Contact Pastor Jamie to sign up by August 10 so we can plan transportation

Parents: Who Am I? Milestone Meeting

August 21, 6:30 pm

Parents of new high school students - As your child enters high school they will begin to have a better sense of who they are. At this gathering, parents will discuss how they can help their teen stand firm in their beliefs in the midst of the cultural pressures they face and help them see their true identity in Christ. Please RSVP Here.

Parents: Moving Up Milestone Meeting

August 27, 6:30 pm

Parents of new middle school students - Your kids have completed the elementary years and this is a time of change. This milestone gathering is designed to help you understand the changes that are happening for them inside and out. You will also be affirming your student in their spiritual journey through a teen bible project. Please RSVP Here.

Adult Leader Training

September 11, 6:30 - 8:30 pm

In addition to the Family Ministry Training, we ask that all volunteers with Student Ministries attend this training to go over vision and plans for the 2019-2020 school year in 12:2. 

Youth Retreats at Trout Lake Camp!

Middle School:  September 27-29

High School:  October 25-27

This year's retreat theme is "Master Builder: The Foundation Worth Building on"

The best way to start off the year in 12:2MS or 12:2HS is going on this retreat!

Great speakers, awesome music, and tons of fun!

Register HERE!  

Cost:  $160 - But the Early bird cost is $140 before 9/11/19


Middle School 6th-8th

Wednesdays 6:30 - 8:10 pm (during school year)

What is involved in our ministry to Middle School Youth?  

Middle school can be such an exciting time of life, but often these years come with challenges. Our 6th-8th grade ministry exists to help students in the adventure of following Christ, to connect them with other Christians, and help students grow in their faith as they are mentored and taught while they navigate these exciting yet challenging years. At Chapel Hill we are passionate about students and passionate about passing along the teachings of Jesus Christ! 


High School 9th-12th

Sundays 6:30 - 8:30 pm (during school year)

What is involved in our minstry to High School Youth?  

Life is a journey, and high school students are begging to discover what this journey is all about. It is our goal as a ministry to help students unwrap the mystery and adventure of what it means to follow Christ and glorify God throughout the journey. Our objective is to inspire true bonds with other Christian friends, and to mentor and teach students as they navigate these formative high school years. At Chapel Hill we are passionate about students and passionate about passing along the teachings of Jesus Christ!  

All Parents! All Students!

All students are required to have a CHC Medical Release form updated each fall. Please download 2019-2020 CHC Medical Release, complete and drop off at church or email to youth@chapelhill.church.

Want our eNewsletter for youth or have questions? Email us.

Adventure Game Community

Friday & Saturday Nights
Check the church calendar for specific dates.

5:30-9:30 pm at CHC

Ages 10 and up, Parents, MS, HS, College/Adult

  Fantasy Genre like Lord of the Rings/Hobbit/Chronicles of Narnia Interactive group playing game using dice and a created character

Big imaginations welcome! Our first meeting will be creating a character and the basics of the game. 

No cost!

We will provide dice and character sheets.

This group will meet once or twice a month - watch for follow up dates.

Looking for donations of game pieces, dice, small plastic animals, scrabble pieces, etc. If you are looking to get rid of anything like this, please contact Pastor Jamie.