In 2005, a task force was created with members from Brentwood United Methodist Church and First Presbyterian Church with the intention of exploring the possibilities of starting a youth ministry training program. Both churches invested $25,000 to launch the program and empower the organization to raise the long-term support.Go Back
We want to thank you, our CYMT supporters. You have sustained CYMT with your spiritual and financial gifts for the past 14 years. Please know how grateful we are that you are just as passionate about our impact on the spiritual formation of youth as we are. Thank you for your investment in these young hearts, who are growing into spiritual and community leaders. This global health crisis will affect their future for many years to come, and your support will pay out amazing dividends in ways we cannot imagine.
If you’re not caring for your own soul and taking time to connect with God and others, you won’t have much to offer those whom you're called to minister. So take a breath and take a moment to figure out how you need to proceed, not out of panic and not out of everyone else’s expectations. Lead from a place that is centered in Christ. Pray, listen, and watch for your community’s most pressing needs, and start from there.
You are inviting them to be a part of a larger mission and vision, not to simply fill an open space. Use these downloadable tools to help guide your conversations and create your custom job descriptions.