The Purpose of Student Ministry:

Students will grow in their faith by discovering the truths of God's Word and His call to make disciples of all nations

 


 

Who We Are

Awaken your passion for Christ while joining with other area students who are seeking Him too. It’s our desire to grow together in relationship with Him and live out our faith in a way that genuinely impacts those around us. 

  • We are Christ-centered.
  • We are a ministry for students; not simply to students.
  • We are committed to growing life-long, devoted disciples of Jesus Christ.
  • We are all about the family; we exist to equip and assist parents as they raise their students to have authentic faith

STUDENTS AT THE PARK

Wednesdays • 6:30–8:00PM


6th–12th grade students are invited to join us for safe and modified youth group nights at the park on Wednesday nights! Stay tuned into our Student Ministry social media channels each week for location details. Students can also join us via Facebook Live.

Take notes during the message each week:

Message Notes


MINISTRY OPPORTUNITIES


 

Youth Group

Each Wednesday night we meet for a time of worshiping our Lord, preaching from God’s Word, building relationships, and supporting one another in small groups.

These small groups are the heartbeat of the ministry, led by trained and committed adults who have a passion for discipleship. Students are divided by grade and gender into these groups with two main goals: 1) Learning to apply God’s Word to their lives, and 2) Building relationships with one another through prayer and accountability.

All 6th-12th grade students are welcome. No registration required.

Meeting Times:
Wednesdays
6:30–8:00pm

**Due to COVID-19, we are currently meeting at Veterans Memorial Park (subject to change). Students can also join us via Facebook Live.

LIFT Winter Retreat

LIFT is our annual winter retreat that takes place over a weekend—for all students (6th–12th grade) held right here in our home church! Students will partake in an incredible weekend full of worship, teachings, games and fellowship.

Save the Date:
February 12–14, 2021
(Dates are tentative)

Summer Camp

Summer Camp is our annual summer retreat that takes place over a full week—for all students (going into 6th–12th grade) held at a selected Midwest summer camp location (typically in the Des Moines area).

Save the Date:
June 21–25, 2021
(Dates are tentative)

 

Junior High Only:
Bridge Preteen Ministry

Bridge is an  intentional class designed specifically for 5th and 6th graders held during weekend worship services. Students learn the basics of our faith and are challenged to grow in their own. As they do, they bridge the gap from being a child of Christ to a growing disciple of Christ.

Meeting Times:
Sundays
9:00 & 11:00am

**Due to the revised structure of our services during COVID-19, Bridge is currently meeting for the entire duration of the service, and is held in the Gym.

Baptism Class

5th–8th grade students who would like to be baptized at Coram Deo are first required to attend our Baptism Class. This 1-hour class typically takes place two weeks prior to Baptism Weekend.

Next Opportunity:
TBD

QC Plunge Outreach Trip

QC Plunge is an opportunity for 8th grade students to serve alongside our local outreach partners and see how God is at work in the Quad Cities.

Next Opportunity:
TBD

 

High School Only:
Outreach Trips

Due to COVID-19, all outreach trips for 2020 have been canceled.

Next Opportunity:
TBD

Discover Upcoming Student Ministry Events!

View Junior High Events     View High School Events


TEACHING & DISCIPLESHIP


 

Current Teaching & Message Notes

Students, join us on Wednesday nights for our current study of James! We've provided a fillable pdf version of our message notes if you'd like to take notes during the message. Message notes are updated weekly.

Message Notes

Friday Family Devo

True Religion

Friday, September 25

Join us for another round of Friday Family Devo!

Action Steps:

Junior High & High school
  • Have you ever been told there is more than one way to heaven? If so, how did you respond?
  • How would you respond to someone who takes offense at the idea of Christianity’s claim to be the one true religion?
  • What does Jesus mean when he says he is “the life”?
  • Do you believe that God will end up letting people from other religions into heaven? Why or why not?
Family
  • No family action steps this week.

MEET OUR STAFF


 

 

COME SERVE WITH US!

Do you have a love for students and a desire to see them grow in their walk with the Lord? If so, we would love for you to consider joining our team as a small group leader! We have leadership opportunities available within both Junior High and High School.

View Volunteer Opportunities

 

CONNECT WITH CORAM DEO STUDENTS ONLINE

Stay connected with us on social media and YouTube!