Student Ministry Events



Christ Church Teens is the student ministry for teenagers who are in 7th-12th grade. We simply exist to connect teens to Jesus Christ. Our desire is that students will encounter the Word of God, build authentic relationships and have some fun as they are challenged to follow Christ.

Our 7th-12th grades all meet every Wednesday night at our Fairview Heights campus. We have live teen led worship, food, a lesson, small groups, and more. Join us to meet other teens from the metro east searching for a better relationship with Jesus Christ.

Every Sunday Morning we encourage our students to attend either the 9am or 11am worship service and join us for a brief Bible Study in between those services. Bible Study runs from 10:20-10:55. High School meets right outside the choir room next to Creation Corner. Middle School (7th-8th) meets in the Loft which is located in the gym.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email Zack Funk at


Student Bible Studies

Jr. High Bible Study – Sunday Mornings

Sunday mornings from 10:20am – 10:55am in the loft (gym) at the Fairview Heights Campus. Come learn what it means to be a disciple of Christ and study God’s Word together.

Sr. High Bible Study – Sunday Mornings

All high school students (grades 9-12) are invited to dig into the Word of God on Sunday mornings from 10:22am – 10:55am in the hallway off of the Choir Room at the Fairview Heights Campus. During this time, the students will learn about Jesus and what it means to follow Him.



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Recent Parent Weekly

The Other Person Your Child Needs

We’re miles apart connected through cell phones, but the smile I feel in her voice sinks into my bones. With me, through moves across the country, career changes, moments when I was feeling sorry for myself, and times I needed to celebrate, Sibyl always had the words that hit the spot. She’s never shied away from saying what was hard  (she once told me to get off my butt and get started). But her words mattered because they were spoken from someone who knew me and loved me.

We know as adults we need these voices in our lives, but there’s someone who needs them even more: your child.