We want to help every student know that God created them to be world changers! Through our ALIVE student ministry, middle schoolers and high schoolers get connected, build friendships, grow in their relationship with Jesus, and learn to lead in all aspects of their lives. ALIVE Middle School happens during every service immediately following worship. Wednesday nights, 6th–12th graders come together to have fun, hear a message specifically for them, and connect in grade-specific groups to encourage and equip them to live fully alive.
Students and adults worship together in the main auditorium of each campus before 6th-8th graders break out into their own unique experience. Students connect with each other in their own setting to build relationships, hang out and have a great time. Alive happens at both Western Branch and Suffolk campuses during every service.
Our weekly ALIVE experience for middle schoolers and high schoolers is on Wednesday nights 6:30–8:30pm. They will hear a life-giving message and build relationships in small groups with other students and leaders.
Western Branch
1935 Jolliff Rd
Chesapeake, VA 23321
1242 Holland Rd
Suffolk, VA 23434
ALIVE middle and high school students—check out what’s coming for summer! Axis Nation is an exciting youth conference happening in Memphis, TN June 15–18 (returning to VA the 19th)! You will experience powerful worship and incredible teaching, geared for students to encounter God. Every day will include team competitions, breakout sessions, free-time activities, and a lot more! Students also get to be a part of Serve Day in the city. You can get more information about this life-changing event by attending a parent / student meeting after any service on February 22 and 23 or February 26 at 8:00pm. Space is limited.
Worship School is for students grades 4–12! They will get hands-on experience with our Worship team to learn more about what worship is and how God has called them to use their talents at Community Church. Worship School is every Thursday evening, 6:00–7:30pm, from January 16 through April 2, at the Western Branch Campus.