Serve our Church Family
As part of the Cherrydale family, teens connect and serve with others in our church community and in the DC Metro area. Below, we list some of the many local service and ministry training opportunities that are available to teens. We also encourage teens to participate in global missions opportunities.
Youth Ministry Leadership
Students can take part in the church service through special music and scripture readings. Some teens comprise the youth ministry worship band, which occasionally leads worship for the services on a Sunday morning. A couple times a month, the band leads worship at Youth Group on Wednesday nights. To find out more about being equipped for ministry in worship, contact Richard Roberts.
Adults serve as leaders of the Youth Group’s breakout groups, but they’re helped by teens who are willing to step up and take on a peer leadership role. From learning to lead group discussion times to helping coordinate group breakout nights and service projects, teens are a vital part of the youth group leadership. To learn more about Youth Group teen leadership, talk to your breakout group leader.
Mission Trip Leadership
Each year, the youth ministry goes on a missions trip. We look for the oldest or most experienced students on that trip to serve in a more advanced capacity. Learn about an upcoming missions trip and ask Pastor Greg O’Dell about available leadership responsibilities.
Serve in Children’s Ministry
Nursery and Sunday Class Assistants
Email our nursery coordinator, Beth Main. Include your name, phone number, and your age.
Vacation Bible School (VBS) Volunteer
Volunteer registration for teens and adults is now open! Go to our VBS page for additional details and to sign up.
Camp Kids Place
Serve the DC Metro Community
Cherrydale’s youth ministry organizes community service events for November and April. You can get more details on our event calendar in Circle or talk to any Youth Ministry leader for details.
Our youth ministry partners with Arlington Bridge Builders, a network of area churches, Christian organizations, and individuals who share the Gospel, make disciples, and meet practical needs.