Chapel Rock Family Ministry Weekend Update for March 21, 2021
Sunday Morning: The Vine/Merge
(for students in 6-12th Grades meeting at 9:15a in ED02)
It’s the final week of our series called Do Something, We've been on a journey through scripture that's helped us see several ways that we are to be engaged in bringing wholeness in the midst of injustice. This week, we’re landing on the challenge that we've all been given in scripture; to never stop doing something about injustice.

SPECIAL NOTE: SPRING BREAK - Because of the spring break schedule we are not meeting for Sunday evening programming (CRUX 678, or Small Groups) this weekend (3/21), or next weekend (3/28).

DO SOMETHING SERIES:
WEEK ONE [February 28]
Bottom Line: Before you do something about injustice, you have to see it.

WEEK TWO [March 7]
Bottom Line: When you experience injustice, you don’t have to face it alone.

WEEK THREE [March 14]
Bottom Line: God is doing something about injustice.

WEEK FOUR [March 21]
Bottom Line: When it comes to injustice, never stop doing something.
Resources for Small Group Leaders (Grades 6-12):
DO SOMETHING SERIES OVERVIEW FOR SMALL GROUPS:

WEEK ONE [February 28]
Goal Of Small Group: To help students develop the practical skill of noticing injustice around them.

WEEK TWO [March 7]
Goal Of Small Group: To help the entire group choose how they will react when they (or someone in the group) face injustice.

WEEK THREE [March 14]
Goal Of Small Group: To help students brainstorm ways they can join God in His activity on behalf of others.

WEEK FOUR [March 21]
Goal Of Small Group: To help students discover practical ways to be part of a life-long commitment to speaking and acting on behalf of others.


SMALL GROUP LEADER DISCUSSION GUIDE
DO SOMETHING // WEEK FOUR // MARCH 21, 2021

BOTTOM LINE
Bottom Line: When it comes to injustice, never stop doing something. 

SCRIPTURE:
James 2:15-16 NIV 
James 2:17 NIV 
Galatians 6:9-10a NIV

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:
Create meaningful conversations. Adjust the questions/options as needed, and don’t feel like you need to answer all of them.

HELPFUL DEFINITIONS:
Justice is something that’s fair, right, or equal. Injustice is the opposite: something that’s unfair, unequal, or not right.

DISCUSS THIS (MIDDLE SCHOOL):
  • What’s one thing that might motivate someone to keep working against injustice? (Small Group Leader: You may want to refer to the definitions of justice and injustice used in this series to guide this discussion.)
  • What’s one thing that might make someone feel like giving up when working against injustice?
  • What might working against injustice show others about God?

DO THIS (MIDDLE SCHOOL)
Have your few brainstorm their talents, hobbies, interests, and gifts and how they can use them to address the injustice the group identified in Week 1. Consider starting this conversation by asking the following:

What’s one example of how a middle schooler can use their…
  • Voice against injustice?
  • Influence against injustice?
  • Talent against injustice?
  • Life against injustice?

What’s something you can do on a regular basis to work against injustice?
What’s one thing our group can do together to help those facing the injustice we’ve been learning about?

DO THIS (EXPERIENCE)
  • As a group, decide on how you’d like to pray: SGL led, student led, individual, or popcorn. Then, use these prompts to get this prayer time started:
  • Pray that God will change the way you see Him. 
  • Pray that God will show you what it looks like to follow Him. 
  • Pray that God will change the way you see others. 
  • Pray that God will give you the courage to do something about injustice. 

DISCUSS THIS (HIGH SCHOOL):
  • When it comes to doing something about injustice, where do you fall on a scale of 1-10? 1 = It is what it is. 10 = I’ll do anything to help!
  • What are the things that might keep us from being a 10 on the scale?
  • Reread James 2:15-16. What are some ways we talk about injustice without actually fighting injustice?
  • Reread Galatians 6:9-10. Why do you think people sometimes begin to fight injustice and give up? What does it look like when someone gives up on fighting injustice?
  • What are some ways you can avoid “growing weary” when you fight injustice? Is that even possible?
  • The fight for justice is ongoing, and exhausting. What are some ways to take care of yourself mentally, spiritually, and physically, before you get to the point of giving up?

How can you personally…
  • Use your voice?
  • Use your influence?
  • Use your talent?

By putting our voices, influences, and talent together, what might our small group be able to accomplish together? What injustice can we help fight?

TRY THIS
Try to encourage one another this week to take steps in using their voice, influence, and talent. End by repeating the bottom line:, “Never stop doing something about injustice.”
Sunday Evenings: Crux 6/7/8 & High School Small Groups
(for students in 6-12th Grades)
Happening NOW: Angels & Demons
High school students will have an opportunity to join in on a special series presented by Fred Rodkey on Angels and Demons coming up 2/21, 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 4/11, and 4/18. During this series High School small groups will meet for lunch at 12:30p (in Fellowship Hall) with teaching/conversation at 1p. This is in lieu of the regular evening meeting times that will not be happening on the above weeks. We do need a head count for lunch, so please RSVP by registering at this link.

SPECIAL NOTE:
SPRING BREAK - Because of the spring break schedule we are not meeting for Sunday evening programming (CRUX 678, or Small Groups) this weekend (3/21), or next weekend (3/28). This includes the Angels & Demons class on Sunday afternoons.

Regularly Scheduled Sunday Evenings
Sunday evenings gatherings, whether at Crux or in Small Groups provide great opportunities for students to connect with God and with one another on a deeper level. Multiple age focused gatherings meet students where they're at, and help them grow in wholeness in Christ. Crux 6/7/8 and High School Small groups meet most Sunday evenings throughout the semester (see calendar below) from 5:30-7p.

Crux 6/7/8
Location: Chapel Rock Christian Church in the Family Life Center (Gym)
Enter through Door 6.
2020 N. Girls School Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46214
Time: 5:30-7p
Leaders: Nick Wilkes, Kenny Reinhardt

Freshman Small Group
Location: Home of Jason & Kelly Berkholz
1668 Beacon Pointe Blvd.
Brownsburg, IN 46112
Time: 5:30-7p Currently Meeting at 12:30p on Sundays for the Angels & Demons Series
Leaders: Jason & Kelly Berkholz & Robert Miller

Sophomore/Junior/Senior Small Group
Location: Room WC111 [Enter Through Door 1] at
Chapel Rock Christian Church located at 2020 N. Girls School Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46214
Time: 5:30-7p Currently Meeting at 12:30p on Sundays for the Angels & Demons Series
Leaders: Mike & Katie Beam, and Doug & Carolyn Lish, John Hicks
Student Ministry Calendar: Winter/Spring 2021
High School Calendar
(Grades 9-12 Winter 2021)

March 21 The Vine/ (No Eve. Activities)
March 28 The Vine (No Eve. Activities)

April 4 [Easter] The Vine (No Eve. Activities)
April 7 Jam Night
April 11 The Vine/Small Groups
April 18 The Vine/Small Groups
April 21 Jam Night
April 25 The Vine/Small Groups

Save The Date:
July 5-10, 2021: CIY Move @ Holland, MI
June 27-July 3, 2021: Mission Indy @ Fairfax
July 29-August 9, 2021: Senior Trip

Middle School Calendar (Grades 6-8 Winter 2021)

March 21 Merge (No Eve. Activities)
March 28 Merge (No Eve. Activities)

April 4 [Easter] Merge (No Eve. Activities)
April 7 Jam Night
April 11 Merge/Crux 6/7/8
April 18 Merge/Crux 6/7/8
April 21 Jam Night
April 25 Merge/Crux 6/7/8

Save The Date:
June 10-14, 2021: CIY Mix @ Country Lake
June 27-July 3, 2021: Mission Indy @ Fairfax
Super Start: April 9-10, 2021 for
Grades 4, 5, 6
SuperStart is a high energy weekend for 4th, 5th and 6th graders in which they can learn and grow in their relationships with friends, leaders, and most importantly God.

Cost: $35.
Location: Plainfield Christian Church
Times: Friday, April 9 from 6:30-8:30 pm and
Saturday, April 10 from 9:30 am-3:30 pm *

*On Saturday afternoon, we will be going to Sky Zone in Plainfield.

Throughout the event preteens will encounter Christ through worship, interactive teaching and small groups – all of which are designed with their unique needs and maturity in mind. Preteens who attend SuperStart! will leave the weekend with not only a great experience, but also the teachings and foundation to further amplify Christ’s call on their lives to become Kingdom Workers.

Students will NOT be staying overnight at the church, but we will will meet at Chapel Rock and take the church bus to/from Plainfield Christian Church. Drop off and pick up times TBA.
Jam Night: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays (Middle School & High School Students)
A great way for students to jump in on helping lead worship at The Vine/Merge on Sunday mornings is to join us for Jam Night on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month. Jam Night is the time and place where students grow in learning about leading worship, work on songs together, and help plan for upcoming times of worship and special events. Upcoming dates are listed below:

March 17 Jam Night 6-8p

April 7 Jam Night 6-8p
April 21 Jam Night 6-8p
CIY MOVE 2021
[Grades 9-12]
Located on college campuses across the nation, MOVE provides a program for 30,000 high school students every summer. Students are challenged through intense, interactive worship, dynamic preaching, small group study and community building.

Join us in Holland Michigan this year for CVIY Move the week of July 5-10, 2021. Registration requires a $50 deposit. The early-bird rate is $284 through March 23rd, after which the price increases to $334.

CIY MIX 2021
[Grades 6-8]
MIX is a four-day summer event specifically designed for students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades. It is intentionally crafted in ways that will engage middle school students through tactile, interactive and fun activities coupled with Bible-based teaching and small group interaction.

Join us for CIY Mix, July 10-14, 2021 at Country Lake Camp in Underwood, IN. Registration requires a $50 deposit. The early-bird rate is $294 through March 23rd, after which the price increases to $344.

MISSION INDY
[Grades 6-12]
Be a part of serving our extended community as Mission Indy leads us to help impact the Fairfax neighborhood this summer. Mission Indy's mission is to equip Christians to serve others, and participants will walk away from this experience equipped. You'll be equipped to love and serve your neighbors in your own neighborhood and community in deeper ways than you ever have before.

This student mission trip is open to both middle school (entering grades 6-8) and high school (entering grades 9-12) students. Cost in full is $280 per person, but offsetting scholarships are available (through the generous donations of the Chapel Rock church body) and will be included for participants based upon the size of our team. Last year this offset the participant cost in full.
Sunday Morning Kids Programming: (for Birth through Grade 5)

Early Childhood and Elementary Ministry are continuing to offer programming for birth through 5th grade on Sundays during both services. Grades 1-5 meet in the Family Room at 9:15a and 11a. KidRock is offered in an identical format for both services. The younger ages (Birth through Kindergarten) meet in the classrooms specified below:

Early Childhood:
Nursery [Age: birth through stable walker]: Room WC 107
Puppies: [Age: Stable Walkers]: Room WC106 (9:15a) Room WC108 (11:00a)
Giraffe [Birthdate Range 8/1/17-7/31/18]: Room ED10
Elephant [Birthdate Range 8/1/16-7/31/17]: Room ED09
Kangaroos [Birthdate Range 8/1/15-7/31/16]: Room ED12
Kindergarten: Kindergarten Room ED11

Based upon the current Governor's mandate children age 8 and up are required to wear a face mask. Children between ages 2-8 are requested to wear a mask, but not required. All volunteers will be wearing masks. Hand sanitizer will be available and extra physical distancing will be in place when possible. Please keep children with any symptom of COVID or who are high risk at home.

If you are willing to help serve in either Early Childhood or Elementary Ministry, please contact either Sherry Schwab (sschwab@chapelrock.org) or Daniel Brown at (dbrown@chapelrock.org).
CAMP ALLENDALE
[Grades 3, 4, 5, 6]
Camp Allendale’s registration begins on March 3 at 6:00pm. It is important that you register as quickly as possible ON MARCH 3rd at 6p as the spots fill up extremely fast. The dates are June 20-25 and the cost is $380. When registration is open, you can sign up at the following link:

https://allendalegeneral.campbrainregistration.com

This year, our Kids pastor, Daniel Brown will be accompanying our students to Camp Allendale. Each event is specially designed to help young people connect with God in His Creation, through worship, study and adventure, guided by skilled and caring adults.

Digital Experiences for Pre K, Elementary Age Students.

Join with ourWeekly video presentations that compliment our current First Look (Pre-School) and 252 Kids (Elementary) curriculum.

Weekly Video Resources:
Week of March 21, 2021 are found here.
Church At Home Resource Page:

Go beyond the screen by checking out our the online resources available at chapelrock.org/resources.

To watch on the church online platform visit: https://chapelrock.online.church or on YouTube on your smart TV by clicking here.