Middle School Ministry - Livermore
Every Sunday, 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Welcome to CF Middle School Ministry!
Scroll down to learn more about the ministry, what to expect, what to look forward to, and how to get involved. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out! Connect with Chelsie Anderson, Middle School Pastor, at email@example.com
What can you expect in CF Middle School Ministry?
Meet Your Middle School Pastor
Sundays: Middle School Ministry gathers on Sundays at 9 am. This is a great space for middle schoolers to be welcomed by leaders who love Jesus and desire to build community with our students. Throughout 2023, students will learn how to live out their faith, how to read the Bible, and participate in large group discussions. For our kinesthetic learners, students will be invited to join us in hands-on activities that will develop their understanding of who Jesus is and how to live for Him.
Wednesdays: On Wednesdays, we offer small groups during 3 different sessions throughout the year. Your student can anticipate meeting their leader, sharing a meal or snack with their community, group games and activities, weekly biblical teaching, small group discussion, and the opportunity to develop mission-mindedness.
Volunteering: A key aspect of being a part of our middle school community is volunteering. We serve others to show love and to practice having a servant’s heart. In 1 John 4:19, we read “we love because he first loved us.” In Matthew 20:26-28, we learn “...instead, whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be your slave—just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” It is the hope of the middle school leaders and pastor that students would first desire to serve others simply because Christ served us.
If you are interested in volunteering on our team, please click here. I want to help!
Camps: Students can anticipate 3 different camp experiences; Fall (Oct), Winter (Feb), and Summer (June). These can range from day trips to over night experiences. We often will have moments in our lives where we need to get away from the distractions and monotony of our day to be with Jesus, to remove distractions, and to be with our community for extended periods of time. This is where our retreats come into our ministry. Jesus often “...went out to a mountainside to pray, and spent the night praying to God.” (Luke 6:12) As we seek to be more like Him, we too will retreat to a place with our students to draw nearer to Him.
Middle School Ministry At A Glance
- 10/13-15 MS Fall Camp @ Camp MayMac, Register Here
- 11/17 MS Karaoke Night @ 6:30p
- 12/06 Student Ministry Christmas Tailgate @ 6p
- 12/24 Christmas Eve Gathering
- 12/31 New Year's Eve Gathering
Fall Camp (October): Camp MayMac, Register Here
We will be headed to Camp MayMac in Felton. We have lots of fun planned as we explore hiking trails, the beach, tide pools, the Boardwalk, open mic night, and playing volleyball & basketball! We'll even have an evening bonfire with s'mores, live worship, and teaching.
WHEN: Friday, October 13th - Sunday, October 15th
Transportation is not provided
Drop off Friday at 5:30pm (Dinner Provided), pick up Sunday at 2:30pm
WHERE: Camp MayMac in Felton, CA
COST: $225, includes all meals at camp, lodging, T-shirt, and all activities.
Please note: Transportation is not provided to and from camp, parents must drop off and pick up.
I highly encourage carpooling!
MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER CAMP
Middle School Winter Day Camp: Serving
September-November: Sunday Services at 9 am in the Student Center at CF Livermore.
This series aims to provide a learning environment that empowers young people to engage with Christianity. The eight week series will consist of looking at the nature of God and our identity, the meaning of Jesus’s death, prayer, the Scriptures and a closer look at those who encountered Jesus.
September 3rd, Week One
Psalm 19:1, Masterpiece
September 10th, Week Two
Genesis 1:21, Worth
September 17th, Week Three
John 3:16, New Beginnings
September 24th, Week Four
Matthew 6:6, Connection
October 8th, No Student Services
October 15th, Week Five
Psalm 119:105, Story
October 22nd, Week Six
Acts 1:8, Guide
October 29th, Week Seven
Acts 2:44-45, Belong
November 5th, Week Eight
Matthew 13:8, Journey
Wednesdays, September 6th-November 15th Groups at 6:30 pm in the Student Center at CF Livermore Register Here
Let's Talk About... Small Groups: In this series, we want students to recognize the value of walking alongside community in their faith and the potential they have to make their community—their small group—better by what they put into it!
September 9: You can help make small group a great experience for everyone.
Caught Up: A series on comparison is unique in that it can cross all ages, phases, and stages of life. This isn’t just a middle school experience; it’s a human experience! No matter who we are, we’re all likely to find ourselves caught up in comparison.
September 13: God doesn’t compare you to others.
September 20: Celebrating is better than comparing.
September 27: Choose to see yourself the way God does.
Stuck Together: A series on family can be tricky because every student in the room comes with a different experience and family dynamic. The goal here isn’t to set one kind of family above the rest. Rather, it’s to remind students that, when dealing with the good, the hard, and the everything in between with family, they have the Spirit of God to lead them toward what’s best, for them, for the family they’re born with, and for the family they choose.
October 4: Your family doesn’t have to be perfect for God to use it.
October 11: Your family doesn’t have to be perfect for God to use it.
October 18: When your family changes, God is with you.
October 25: Sometimes friends are more like family.
Tracy Location: Wednesdays, September 6th-December 17th Small Groups from 6:00p- 8:00p Register Here
God is doing incredible things within our Student Ministry! If you are interested in being a part of it please complete the form below and our Student Ministry Staff will be in touch. I want to help!
Chelsie Anderson has lived in the Tri-Valley area for over a decade and made Cornerstone Fellowship her home church in 2010. She graduated from Azusa Pacific University. She spearheaded Wells Middle School Wyldlife and Dublin High Young Life in 2013. She then began teaching Biblical studies courses at Valley Christian Schools in 2015. In 2018, she went on full-time staff at Cornerstone Fellowship as the Connect Lead and in 2021 she was hired as our Middle School Pastor. She is a wife and mother of two daughters.
A few things you may not know about her are: she has been swimming with great white sharks, she was attacked by monkeys, and she’s eaten ostrich but is now a vegetarian (no correlation). Can you believe she hasn’t eaten bacon in 15 years?! She is passionate about supporting local businesses, hiking the East Bay regional trails, serving our community, rescuing pit bulls, and outdoor adventures with her family and friends.
Connect with Chelsie