SUMMIT

Summit Student Ministry

Summit is committed to enhancing discipleship and providing fellowship and Biblical education for Middle and High School students in a way that is fun and engaging. We offer a variety of opportunities for students to be involved in the ministry throughout the year, including our Wednesday night Summit.

Summit 

Summit is CBF’s youth ministry program that meets most Wednesday nights August to May from 7-8:30pm at Coppell Bible Fellowship. It is for students in grades 6 – 12.We also have special events throughout the school year and summer. For more information, please contact Brian Vranicar. Please see our FAQ section for more information on Summit.

Awana Trek & Journey

Awana Trek and Journey meet Sundays at 9 am and are the Awana programs for middle- and high school-age students. Trek (middle school) and Journey (high school) offer students enhanced discipleship skills and the ability to live out their faith in their teenage years and beyond. For more information about Awana Trek & Journey, please visit Awana.org or contact Brian Vranicar. Please use the link above to register.

 

Swim Studies

Our Swim Studies program meets weekly from June to August to keep students engaged and in fellowship during summer break. Swim Studies meets every Monday from 10 am to 12 pm for middle school students, and every Friday from 10 am to 12 pm for high school students. For more information, please contact Brian Vranicar.

Summit
Wednesday

7:00-8:45pm August through May

Trek & Journey
Sunday

9:00–10:30am August through May 15

Swim Studies (Middle School)
Monday

10 am - 12 pm June - August

Swim Studies (High School)
Friday

10 am - 12 pm June - August

Text "summit" to 97000 for Student Ministry updates & events.

What's Happening at Summit?

Join us for these special Summit & churchwide events.

Summit FAQ

Who can attend Summit?

Summit is for students in 6th to 12th grades.

When does Summit meet?

Summit meets most Wednesday nights August to May from 7-8:30pm at Coppell Bible Fellowship. We also have special events throughout the school year and summer.

Do Summit volunteers have a background check?

Yes. All Summit volunteers must have an approved background check before serving at Summit.

What can my child expect to do at Summit?

For the first half hour, students connect with friends and Summit leaders, usually while playing games inside & outside. Then we all head into service which includes worship, a game and a sermon — think Sunday, but louder, more energy and geared toward students.

Who is teaching my child?

The sermons taught at Summit come from a team of skilled communicators, primarily our Director of Student Ministry, Brian Vranicar, who is currently pursuing a Masters of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary.

Can I stay with my child at Summit?

Safety is our primary concern at Summit. The only adults allowed to attend Summit are volunteers with approved background checks.

We welcome parents to serve as Summit volunteers if interested in sharing the Summit experience with your student.

Contact Brian Vranicar for more information.

What does Summit believe?

Find out what Coppell Bible Fellowship and Summit believe here.

Our Student Ministry Team

BRIAN VRANICAR

Director of Student Ministry  

NATHAN LEE

Associate Pastor of Family Ministry