Programming is back!
Collision is a program that reflects our mission to catalyze the local church towards community engagement and restoration. We partner with The Branch/Fair Haven a community of Chapelwood UMC, on Wednesday nights. This program is for grades 6th - 12th. Upon arrival they check-in, pray, eat, and break out into designated groups for recreation, connection, and to learn more about Jesus. This semester our Middle and High School girls groups are learning more about worship and how to become disarmed and invite The Lord near to them. And the boys groups are focused on basic understanding of The Bible. What it is, what’s in it, how to read it, make sense of it and apply it to life.
The Local Church
Collision isn’t about Cornerstone. Collision is about seeing this local church community have an impact on the students in Spring Branch. As a para-church ministry our mission is to see the local church be the primary agent for spreading the Gospel and building into people for long-term discipleship. We’re there to help facilitate on various levels for the success of this program. The long-term goal is that Collision is still running strong down the road, but is fully run by The Branch/Fair Haven staff and volunteers. While we’re engaged in other partnerships helping churches further their local impact for the Kingdom.
After only two weeks at Collision, we’ve already seen 80 kids come through the doors and be exposed to the love of Christ and His message. If you have any interest in plugging into a way to impact teenagers for the Kingdom, please feel free to contact me and we can talk about ways you would best serve.