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I-Term week

Our junior high students will be working on various projects throughout the community


Students will partner with several churches in Greater Buenos Aires, as well as YWAM Argentina and Conviven, which both have their headquarters in the capital itself. In addition to serving with community outreach and practical service projects, this trip will include experiencing the rich and distinct culture that Argentina has to offer. This is a great opportunity for Spanish students to take their language skills out of the classroom.

Students will participate in service with YWAM ministries, experience the rainforest, and see first hand the beauty of our world’s most incredible rain forests.

Students will be stretched in their walk with God to love the unlovable, to step out of their comfort zones, and to listen to God’s call as they minister to the suffering. Outreach to homeless on skid row, delivering food to needy families, and working with foster kids will be the focus on this trip.
Students will experience Hawaiian culture while serving at Surf the Nations, a program that allows homeless teens the opportunity to learn how to surf. They will also work at the Humane Society, and at US Vets. CCS kids will also visit the Polynesian Cultural Center and Pearl Harbor.
Students will do community outreach with the Las Vegas Dream Center. Construction projects, cleaning, feeding the homeless, children’s ministry and adult worship services are just some of the things experienced during this amazing week in Vegas

Students will continue the process of rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina. Even 9 years later there is much to do. Building projects and community outreach is the focus on this trip, while enjoying the hospitality of one of our nations great cities.



Animal Rescue

Students will be working with local animal shelters assisting in all areas, from cleaning up animal environments, to preparing animals for adoption. Students in this class will call and coordinate volunteers, organize conservation clean-up, do research and assisting shelters to meet the needs of the community.

Basketball Camp

 Partnering with CCS Frederickson, Tacoma, and Puyallup campuses, students will use their skills, talents, and love of basketball to reach out and minister to others. Students will be planning and implementing activities using basketball as a means to share the love of Christ. 

CCS At-Large

Students will be given the opportunity to serve at Cascade Christian, doing many projects on our campus, and assisting assembling our CCS Daffodil floats.

Elementary Tutoring

 This class will provide students with the opportunity to make a difference in the life of CCS elementary students by tutoring in classrooms. Students may also pro-vide general assistance to teachers and may have the opportunity to teach a por-tion of a class. 

Friends to the Elderly

Students will see the value of our elderly community and show them love and respect by spending quality time and serving them in a personal way. We will visit Linden Grove Retirement Home three times. One Saturday in Jan., Feb., and March. We will then plan an event during the I Term week and implement the exciting event. This is a great way to build relationships that will last in our own backyard.

"Grace Raised In To Service"
The International Service team is a group of students from around the world that will give back to the local community. This group will spend time with the Zoo Crew I term, they will be helping a local church prepare backpacks for low income students attending school in Puyallup. And they will crochet and knit scarves and hats for patients at Good Samaritan Hospital.
Hope for the Homeless Students will find a new way to experience I Term. This team will serve one Saturday per month in January, February and March, working with the Freezing Nights pro-gram. Serving the homeless of Pierce County during the toughest part of the day...Night time. The week of i-Term, this team will meet only once to debrief their experience of helping the homeless as they encounter the cold NW nights.


Have you ever seen the show “Who’s Line is it Anyway?” or “Wild and Out?” Do you like making people laugh? Improv is a great way to get out into the community and provide wholesome entertainment to people of all ages. While in this I-Term, students will learn more about improve, perform for various audienc-es, and go to see a professional show. We will be performing at local schools and organizations. You don’t need to know how to do improve to be a part of the this i-Term.

Junior High

We will be working with our own Cascade Christian Junior High student as they work inside their own i-Term projects. Leading and mentoring along the way! 

This I term opportunity will take place at “The Father’s Ranch” Omak WA.  The ranch is an organization that works with women and teenage girls who are wounded and hurting, and are in the process of healing after confronting some of life’s most difficult situations.  The plan is to join in God’s work at the ranch during I Term week, and lend a helping hand wherever they can.  It is sure to be an eye-opening and life-changing experience, and anyone who has a heart for coming alongside the hurting in their journey toward healing is welcome.  See the website for more details about the ranch. (

South Sound
Dream Center


Students on this team will be working at the South Seattle Dream Center to reach and assist struggling families in the South Seattle area. This team will go out into South Seattle suburbs to reach out to those in need. Just as in inner cities, the suburbs are full of ruined and destroyed lives. Each student will be able to put their gifting and talent to use through the many and varied outreaches. Expect God to use each member in unbelievable ways. 

Zoo Crew

In this course, students will learn about the animals, their habitats and conservation programs supported by Woodland Park Zoo. Over the course of this project, our high school students will interact with 3rd grade students at the CCS Puyallup Elementary campus. They will be preparing them for a field trip to Woodland Park Zoo, where the CCS students will be the tour guides as we explore the zoo together. In addition to learning about conservation programs and zoo tours, the students in this class will conduct a service project at the Woodland Park Zoo during the IMPACT week in April.

Worship Outreach


Worship Outreach is an opportunity to serve on an outreach worship team (as sound/tech, vocal, instrumental; in sharing the Word and/or ministering) which will travel to churches and schools in our local area and lead worship, share testimonies, give service/work hours and minister to students and the general community.




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