At the heart of HSM, we want students to discover who God is and the amazing life He offers! That’s why we make it a priority to take epic trips throughout the year. Whether we’re serving on a beach or skiing down a mountain, it’s a chance for students to be surrounded by friends and leaders, and get to know God better in an unforgettable, even life-changing way.

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Rather, speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in every way into him who is the head, into Christ, …

– Ephesians 4:15

EL SALVADOR MISSION TRIP

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San Salvador, El Salvador
July 13 – 20
$1,750 per person

We absolutely love our mission trips to El Sal!

Before going, we train students to share the gospel and their testimonies in preparation for attending schools in El Salvador. Once at the schools, students are able to present in front of classrooms and invite students to a festival that we host at the end of the week. We recommend every student attend the El Salvador trip at least once in their four years in HSM. (El Salvador is a Sophomore–Senior trip.)

The mission trip is a fully-fundraised trip and our staff will come alongside each student to coach them through writing letters of support. It is an incredible experience to trust the Lord, send out these letters and see how He provides!

FAQ

El Salvador Mission Trip

What does the total cost of the trip cover?

Your payment covers lodging, flight, local transportation, meals, and a T-shirt. Checked bags are the only fee not covered in this cost.

Who will my student room with?

You have the opportunity to submit friend requests at registration. We can guarantee that your student will end up with at least one of their requested friends.

What happens if there is an emergency?

Please contact Lauren Perry or Graham McMillan in the case of an emergency. Their phones will be on and accessible during this trip. You can also expect a call from Graham McMillan if there is an emergency on our end. For safe keeping, we collect all passports from students during the trip.

Who do you partner with?

CCBC has a long standing relationship with New Life Church of San Salvador. We partner with their team to translate everywhere we go. As we share the gospel, their staff and volunteers are right there with us to get families and students plugged into their church.

What will my student do on the mission trip?

HSM stays in one or two large groups at all times. We spend our time going to schools to play soccer and basketball with the students. This is a great time to build relationships through sports and evangelize among peers in the stands just like we would here in Texas at our high school sporting events. We also host a festival or “block party” that draws children from all over town. In the evenings we sit together for group teaching and worship. Students are also given discussion time with their small groups to reflect and grow.

SUMMIT

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Colorado Springs, CO
July 21 through Aug. 3
$1,865 per person

Summit is a conference for high school students that offers 12 days of life-changing teaching from top Christian leaders and thinkers in the country. Summit’s speakers and staff help students strengthen their faith and prepare them to live lives that make a difference.

At Summit, students will:

  • Learn how to defend their faith, both in college and beyond
  • Grow alongside 180 young men and women eager to think and live biblically
  • Be prepared to make an impact for Christ in every part of their world
  • Understand the ideas that shape their world and learn how to analyze those ideas biblically
  • Realize the implications the gospel has for every aspect of their lives
  • Be mentored by a staff team that genuinely cares about them
  • Be challenged to live lives committed to Christ and His kingdom
FAQ

Summit

What does the total cost of the trip cover?

Your payment covers lodging, plane tickets, shuttling to and from the airport, class tuition and all meals. Checked bags, airport meals, and any extra activities your students wants to participate in are the only fees not covered in this cost.

How old do I have to be to attend Summit?

Summit accepts registrations for 16-year-old students and older.

What does a normal day look like for a Summit student?

Each morning begins with a yummy breakfast! Students then head to class for the morning. After lunch is another short session. Every afternoon is a little different, usually with either free time (with optional activities) or a group activity. Dinner is a favorite time for students to discuss the sessions from that day. Right after dinner is an optional Q&A time with that day’s visiting speakers. It’s a time for students to ask any questions from class or any other questions the student might have. The evening session starts at 7 p.m. and typically ends about 9 p.m. Every other evening, each small group meets after the evening session and then lights are out at 11 p.m.! As you can tell, each day is packed and students say the two weeks fly by!

What topics are covered?

Summit aims every summer to include new and relevant topics impacting the Christian faith. Some major topics that Summit typically covers are worldview, apologetics, and leadership. Other staples of the Summit track include abortion, gender issues, biotechnology, media, religious freedom, politics, economics, and intelligent design.

Who will my student room with?

You have the opportunity to submit friend requests at registration.

What happens if there is an emergency?

Please contact Sarah Beth Hudspeth in the case of an emergency. Expect a call from Sarah Beth if there is an emergency on our end. We also require medical waivers from all students before departure.

Do I need to send my student with additional money?

Summit is cashless which means students will need to pay for all books, activities and other items through Summit with a credit card, debit card or gift card. Students are still encouraged to bring some cash as there may still be a need for a small amount of cash for things (such as doing laundry onsite) while at Summit, or for off-site purchases.

SKI TRIP

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Winter Park, Colorado
December 27 – January 2
$585.00 ($275 non-refundable deposit due at registration)

HSM takes charter buses up to the mountains of Colorado where we spend three days skiing, snowboarding and hanging out together. In the afternoon and evening, our entire group comes together to listen to a speaker, spend time in small groups and live it up with awesome activities. It’s so much fun that we recommend students come on Ski Trip all four years they are in HSM!

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FAQ

Ski Trip FAQ

What does the total cost of the trip cover?

Your payment covers lodging, bus transportation, lift tickets, rental ski/snowboard, helmet, dinner, breakfast. Lunches and meals on the bus are the only items not covered in this cost.

If my student does not ski or snowboard can they still come on the trip?

Yes! You have the option to sign up for Ski School at registration if your student wants to learn. Otherwise, we send leaders to the ski village every day to shop and ice skate with the students who do not want to hit the slopes.

My student hasn’t ever skied. Are lessons an option?

Yes! You can sign up for lessons at registration. If registration has passed, please email Shamyra at ShamyraW@christchapelbc.org to get your student signed up for lessons. Please note that we require all beginner skiers to take lessons.

Ski School for students under 18 – $95.00
Ski School for 18+ – $107.00

Who will my student room with?

You have the opportunity to submit friend requests at registration. We can guarantee that your student will end up with at least one of their requested friends.

What happens if there is an emergency?

Please contact Graham McMillan in the case of an emergency. You can expect a call from Graham McMillan if there is an emergency on our end as well. We also require medical waivers from all students before departure.

Do I need to send my student with additional money?

We recommend students bring an additional $200 for daily lunch in town, and any souvenirs they wish to purchase. Lunch is the only meal not covered in the overall cost of the trip in addition to meals on the way to and from Winter Park.

What time are you getting back on January 2nd?

We’ll leave from Winter Park on Jan. 1st. We should get back between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Jan. 2nd, depending on traffic and weather. We will send out the exact time via email and post on our instagram page.

THE BRIDGE

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Rocker B Ranch
Friday, May 3 through Saturday, May 4
$75

Batting cages, massive swimming pool, two full-size lit up baseball fields, golf range, fishing pond, volleyball court, s’mores, great food, massive indoor arcade. Your student will not want to miss this transition into HSM.

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MEET THE HSM TEAM

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Danella Hitri

Global Missions Assistant
817-546-6181
DanellaH@christchapelbc.org

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David Coutts

Interim High School Pastor — West Campus
DavidC@christchapelbc.org

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Graham McMillan

High School Pastor – Fort Worth Campus
GrahamM@christchapelbc.org

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Holden Hudson

High School Guys Director – Fort Worth Campus
HoldenH@christchapelbc.org

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Megan Miller

High School Girls Director – Fort Worth Campus
512-508-6922
MeganM@christchapelbc.org

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Miranda Carter

Life Stage 1 Ministry Assistant – West Campus
817-945-2317
MirandaC@christchapelbc.org

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Sarah Beth Stevens

HSM Girls Director – West Campus
940-395-7973
SarahBethH@christchapelbc.org

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Shamyra Wilson

Life Stage 1 Ministry Assistant
817-945-2230
ShamyraW@christchapelbc.org

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