Campus Ministry begins a new year with creative ideas to plan worship events and connect with all CB students. Ms. Jen Yearwood and 60 new Campus Ministry Team Falcons are taking on the 2015-2016 school year with a new look on how to create liturgies more fun and relatable. The Campus Ministry Team is open […]
Campus Ministry begins a new year with creative ideas to plan worship events and connect with all CB students.
Ms. Jen Yearwood and 60 new Campus Ministry Team Falcons are taking on the 2015-2016 school year with a new look on how to create liturgies more fun and relatable. The Campus Ministry Team is open to all grade levels to attain a wide range of ideas and ages.
This change adds many members interests instead of the previous years when ten seniors would give up their B set to help. Ms. Yearwood decided that even freshmen were welcome to bring their worship ideas to the team of new and adventurous students.
One of the biggest changes being made to the team this year is a teen worship band. This band will play contemporary, soft music to engage students in worshiping in a way that will connect with its younger audience.
“We are wanting to make the changes because we want to involve more people,” Ms. Yearwood says.
Ms. Yearwood expressed that the biggest accommodation that the team is making is sharing the different gifts they have with the school through worship.
“We are trying to get kids involved in the liturgies to share their gifts,” the Head of Campus Ministry says, adding that she hopes that every gift can find a place in celebrating worship and will make the community worship more interesting and involved.
Selena Connell (’17), a member of the the Campus Ministry Team, plays a role in making the script for the prayer services and engaging her fellow Falcons into a worship that unifies the whole community.
Her goals for the new year are to, “contribute speaking and writing and being able to relate years old scriptures to today.”
Selena makes the readings connect with life at CB with her natural talents of interpreting scripture.
“My role is overall leadership during meetings and being a leader out side of school,” the junior says.
Selena and the rest of the Campus Ministry Team take the Lasallian Core Principles seriously and act like leaders as they make this year’s ministry fun and exciting. The new team of all grades is excited to share and express new kinds of worship to their classmates in the year 2015-2016.