… because He first loved us.

1 John 4:19

What does it mean that God first loved us? Here at WYouth, we believe that because God has first loved us, He has enabled and commanded us to also love those around us. At WYouth, we want to learn to love God, His church, and the world… because He first loved us!

WYouth exists to minister to the unique challenges related to adolescents such as the evolving youth culture, family dynamics, identity, bodily changes, and purpose in life. We desire to help youth and their families to build an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ in the context of the unique challenges related to adolescents.


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Sunday Morning- Discipleship Group

Time: Sundays at 9:30am

90 minutes. That’s less than .9% of your week. How can 90 minutes, 1 day a week, every week change your life?
Our leaders invite you to do something different with your life.  Raise the bar and commit to D-groups for a year. See what 90 minutes can be the beginning of.

We meet together in room 223 every Sunday morning at 9:30am

Friday Night Fellowship- IGNITE

Ignite is a time for Middle school (6th-8th grade) and High school students (9th- 12th grade) to take a break from school and have fellowship with friends at church! We meet on the 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Fridays of every month, from 7:30-9:30pm in room 204. Ignite activities can vary from topical discussions, gym nights, to social outings.

Ignite Spring 2019 Calendar:

4/12- Joint youth group event


All youth under the age of 19 must have their parents sign and turn in a permission slip prior to entrance to Main Event. Contact [email protected] to find out transportation information and more.




WITY is our youth worship team ministry. Students learn how to lead worship with their musical talents, as well as make new friends and serve the church, come check it out!
Contact Kai for more information: [email protected]

CPYU Parent Page

Check out this month’s newsletter!  WHCC has a paid subscription to this newsletter as we believe it’s a worthwhile investment for our families.  We hope you take time to check it out and let us know if it’s a helpful resource.



Parents are playing an important role to our youth ministry. We view parents as the pillar of the ministry as well as the main disciples of their youth. Through the example of parents living out Christ’s image at home, we believe the faith of youth would be solid and strong.

If you like to receive the newsletter, Email Youth minister Kai Chen

PTA (Parents and Teachers Association)

Communication – keep you updated on youth ministry programs and events.

Community – provide a place for you to meet other families and meet your youth’s D-group leaders (Sunday school teachers).

Connection – offer opportunities to serve and support the ministry.

Please Contact Minister Kai Chen to inquire about future PTA meetings.