In 2015, CCS launched a high school small group mentorship program called Warrior Tribes. Each “tribe” consists of 12-15 students along with two to three CCS staff and faculty members. The goal of this program is to build relationships that will not only draw students closer to each other but will also draw them closer to the Lord. It is our hope and prayer that through Warrior Tribes the students will find teachers, mentors and friends who will not only encourage them for a day but inspire them for a lifetime.
Warrior Tribes Day of Service Projects
Mark 10:45 says, “For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve…”
On Friday, March 9, 2018, CCS high school students took part in a full day of school-organized community service. Some of the high school students stayed on campus working with the elementary school for their annual Tribal Wars competition. Other students worked out in the community on specific projects designed for their group.
The Tribe of Levi served at The MET Church helping with facility cleanup and preparation for Sunday services.
The Tribe of Reuben served at Grace Care Center Northpointe. CCS students assisted with facility cleanup and spent time with the elderly residents.
The Tribe of Manasseh served at Cy-Fair Christian Church cleaning out storage spaces used during Hurricane Harvey.
The tribe of Naphtali served at Bayou City Fellowship Church organizing clothing donations in their Moses Closet ministry.
The tribe of Gad served at Northwest Assistance Ministries (NAM) where they helped with organizing clothing donations for the resale shop and sorting and packing in the food pantry for Meals on Wheels.
The Issachar Tribe served at Community of Faith Church where they helped with facility cleanup and preparation for Sunday services.
The Tribe of Ephraim served at Grace Care Center Cypress. CCS students assisted with facility cleanup and spent time with the elderly residents.
The Asher, Benjamin, Dan, Joseph, Judah, Simeon and Zebulun tribes served on campus for the elementary Tribal Wars event. Many of the members were paired with a buddy and helped facilitate the various events throughout the day. The tribes had a great time in the afternoon with helping and encouraging the younger students during the annual Tug-of-War. Every student proved to be a blessing to the elementary students and to the games.