Questions and AnswersWhat is PowerHouse?
- PowerHouse is the umbrella name for all of Chantilly Bible Church’s ministries for students in grades 7-12.
- PowerHouse describes what we believe the youth ministry of any church should be: a hot-spot of life and growth in the church that challenges all who encounter it to become contagious disciples of Jesus Christ.
Who is Jeb?
- Jeb is Chantilly Bible Church's Director of Student Ministries. He has the awesome privilege of guiding and shaping PowerHouse so that students can see, follow and proclaim Jesus Christ.
- Jeb grew up in Chantilly Bible Church, worked with our youth and young adults as a summer intern in 2009 and 2010, and joined CBC's staff in May 2011 after graduating from Christopher Newport University.
Who is in Junior High?
- We mirror the structure of Fairfax County Public Schools; CBC's Junior High group consists of 7th and 8th grade students.
- On Sundays, we offer a Sunday School class for the Junior High at 9:30am.
- On Tuesdays, the Junior High youth group meets at the church from 6:30-8:30 pm.
Who is in High School?
- We mirror the structure of Fairfax County Public Schools; CBC's High School group consists of students in 9th through 12th grades.
- On Sunday mornings, we offer a High School Sunday School class at 9:30am.
- On Sunday evenings, the High School youth group meets at the church from 7:00-9:15pm.
What is a Youth Group?
- While “youth group” defines our ministry well in terms of age, we don’t want it to be a stagnant holding tank for the church’s teenagers. Youth who have believed in Jesus Christ ARE the church RIGHT NOW. We desire our youth group to be a PowerHouse of young believers who are committed to following Jesus Christ and sharing the good news of salvation in word and deed.