“Whoever keeps his commandments abides in God, and God in him. And by this we know that he abides in us: by the Spirit whom he has given us.” 1 John 3.2
Abide is the Student Ministries program we offer Junior High and High School students here at LCPC. You can check out the Abide Website using the Abide Website link on the right side of this page under Quick Links
Regular meeting times:
Thursdays, 7pm-8:45pm in the Student Center (High School students only)
Sundays, 9am-10:15am in the Student Center - Youth Worship service with Junior High and High School Students.
2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month (banking day at CVHS), 8am at Tickle Tree Cafe.
We have a small group that meets weekly for grade 9 - 12, with separate groups for boys and girls. Every group has two leaders, and their time spent together involves prayer, support, Bible study, and fellowship. Go to Abidestudentmin.com for details on how to join a small group.
Abide High Schoolers have an awesome summer camp experience at Mount Hermon in the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains. They enjoy 7 days of fun, games, fellowship, music, Bible study and outdoor sports, usually in the month of July. We also offer a winter camp weekend at Forest Home in January or February.
For over 22 years the Student Ministries Department has been sending a mission team of adults, Junior High and High School students to the Vah Ki Presbyterian Church on the Gila River Indian Reservation in Arizona over Spring Break. The team works at two different church campuses doing building projects such as pouring concrete walkways, painting, sanding, and other various maintenance work. We also have the opportunity to worship with our friends at the church and doing a VBS day for the children on the reservation. There is plenty of time for fun, and daily worship and Bible Study. If you are interested in supporting or participating in this trip, contact the church office or Jerry White.
Every summer we send a team of about 40 adults and senior high schoolers to La Romana, in the Dominican Republic. Working in partnership with local churches in the D.R, our construction team continues work on the Beraca School where 300 children are now enrolled in pre-school-3rd grade. Our medical team conducts mobile health care clinics in the rural villages surrounding La Romana where many Haitian immigrants have settled to cut sugar cane. Our hosts are Haitian-Dominican people who have migrated to the D.R. from neighboring Haiti. We work in partnership with the Beraca and Maranatha Churches. These congregations have been reaching out to poor Haitian migrant workers since 1985. In addition to 5 full days of work, the schedule includes a tour of rural villages, daily Bible studies, worship and evening recreation.