CHAOS Youth Group Sunday Nights
6:30 pm (Sept- May)

Sunday School 9:45am (Sept-May)


 Sunday School: Available for youth at 9:45 am September through May. The youth Sunday School classes takes more of a learning approach discussing topics that are important to youth of this age. Service projects are tied into lesson times at various times throughout the year.

 Mission Trips: 

Each year our youth go on a week long mission trip in the USA doing construction projects or working at social service agencies. Our youth look forward to this opportunity every year. This is a time of great growth for our youth along with a time of fun and fellowship!

 13592732_10153749887722776_7053594706809196796_nJune 2016 Youth Mission Trip Detroit Michigan

Our youth and adults participated in mission trip in Detroit helping in a variety of ways serving those in need in the city of Detroit.






medres_chaos-outline-hand_CHAOS (Christ Honoring and Others Serving) Grades 6-12:
Our youth grades 6-12th meet on Sunday Evenings  Sept-May for bible study, food, fun and fellowship from 6:30-8:00pm.

The focus and purpose of the program is to help these young people begin to explore their faith through fellowship, service, participatory learning and experiences appropriate for their physical and spiritual maturity. Fellowship and learning with a focus on faith application is the major purpose for this group. Activities include drama, local service projects, group discussions on everyday issues, high-energy games and exploration of spiritual faith. Social outings are scheduled every couple of months. Caring, supporting and nurturing adults are active participants along side the youth.
 Service Opportunities: Ankeny Christian Church is committed to reach out to the world with God’s spirit of love. We seek ways to share ministry with our members, our city and our world. We provide a variety of outreach opportunities both locally and globally.

church-campChurch Camp: Each summer adults and children from Ankeny Christian Church attend camp at our Christian Conference center in Newton Iowa. The week-long event involves games, bible study, creative activities, great food, good worship around the campfire, and the intentional influence of camp counselors. The camp counselors are selected, screened, and trained for this important camp ministry. They find that their ministry is personally rewarding, and both campers and counselors grow in the process.