Club 56 is entering its second year as a ministry at Knox. Club 56 is under the umbrella of youth ministry, and is designed specifically to bridge the adolescent gap between children’s ministry and youth ministry. Its emphasis is to be a transitional ministry that focuses on the social, emotional, and spiritual development of “tweens.” Like Branch Ministries (7th-12th grade), Club 56 has two primary programs that offer opportunities for kids and leaders to engage in worship, community, and discipleship.
Students in Club 56 will meet on all Sunday mornings except the first Sunday of the month. On the first Sunday, students will remain with their families in the service to participate in communion. On all other Sundays, students will join their families during the service and after the children’s sermon will be dismissed for a separate Club 56 Sunday school on the 2nd floor of the Northside House.
Club 56 students are welcomed to join the First Wednesday program where all congregants are invited to dinner and a discussion from 6-8pm on the first Wednesday of each month. After dinner, Club 56 students will be dismissed to join Branch and Children’s ministry for a group activity and project.
Club 56 will also do monthly informal activities outside of church as a way of building Christian community together. If you would like more information about monthly events, please contact our Director of Youth Ministries, Davin Tang, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some Upcoming events:
CHRISTMAS PARTY Wednesday, December 16 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Like all church ministries, Club 56 depends on the gifts, time and energy of volunteers. We are deeply thankful for the parents, young professionals, Knox members, and seminary students who give their time to serve our kids. If you are interested in volunteering as a Club 56 leader, Sunday school teacher, or special event coordinator, please contact Director of Youth Ministries, Davin Tang, at email@example.com.
Davin has been serving in various capacities with the youth at Knox since 2012 when he moved to Pasadena to attend Fuller Theological Seminary. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Biblical Studies from Palm Beach Atlantic University and a Masters of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary. With almost a decade of experience in youth ministry, Davin is passionate about helping youth develop a lasting faith in Jesus Christ.
Davin enjoys playing sports, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
For more information about youth ministries, please contact Davin Tang at firstname.lastname@example.org.