What is the Christian Service Brigade Battalion?
Christian Service Brigade is a gender-specific evangelical Christian organization that equips men of the church to take an active role in leading, mentoring, and developing boys and young men. Brigade teaches and uses biblical principles to move boys and male youth down a path of Christian discipleship, helping to put them on a path towards biblical manhood and equip them for lifelong godly living.
Christian Service Brigade is not a kids club. It’s a multi-year discipleship program designed to give a boy everything he needs to be a man of God. He’ll learn real world skills as well as spiritual ones that he can apply throughout is entire life. Huntsburg Congregational Church offers Christian Service Brigade for boys ages 11-18 which is called “Battalion”.
When does Battalion meet at Huntsburg Congregational Church?
During the months of October-May, we meet every 1 st , 3 rd and 5 th Wednesday between 6:00pm-8:15pm. We meet up at the Huntsburg gym (across the road from the church) and finish the evening at the church.
What are some of the activities my child can participate in?
At Battalion, boys play various games, learn life skills, memorize scripture, work through an achievement book, get matched up with a mentor, and learn bible lessons. They will also will have an opportunity to compete in various regional events like the winter Klondike competition, dodgeball tournament, Ultimate Frisbee event, and Summer Camp.
Who can I contact for more information?
If you would like additional information you can visit the websites below or call the Huntsburg Congregational Church Brigade Chairman; Andrew Smith at 330/979-0595