God has a plan for your life. Our goal is to help you live your dreams and pursue your God-given purpose in life.
We want to help you learn how to trust in God entirely. We believe the way to truly thrive in life is through a personal connection with the God of the universe. In our services, we try to create environments where you can connect with God, no matter what life struggles you are facing.
If a relationship with God is a new idea for you, that’s okay too. We are here for you and want to help you see what a life with God is all about.
Sundays 10 a.m. – Horton Youth Center (service)
Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. -Horton Youth Center (small groups)
San Jose Campus (Here):
South Bay Campuses (There):
Join us and get connected as we pursue God’s daily call in each of our lives.
Attend one of our events, join a small group and get mentored, or simply give us a call or text if you need someone to talk to. Check out the other sections for details about how we can help you grow.
SALT – STUDENT LEADERSHIP
SALT -Student And Leadership Training. SALT is our youth leadership development program designed to help students take their fait seriously by providing mentoring, leadership opportunities and specialized training. In SALT we teach students how to develop their personal relationship with God by coming alongside them through their lives throughout their middle and high school years.
If you are wanting to grow in your relationship with God and pursue His calling for your life in a more intentional way. SALT is for you.
For more info contact Pastor Jeremy
Every Wednesday our group meets in small groups to dive into our Sunday topic further. We have mentors who lead each small group, separated by grade and gender to help focus in on the relevant issues. Our desire is that each student will have the opportunity to choose a mentor to help them understand their identity in Christ and pursue God’s dreams for their lives.
Pastor Scott Cody
Pastor Scott is our Youth Pastor. He has a lovely wife, Cherise, and they both enjoy interacting and being with students – encouraging them in their day-to-day lives. Pastor Scott spent his undergraduate years at Azusa Pacific University, studying Theology and Film. He then continued on to get his Masters in Divinity and is currently studying for his Doctorate in Ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary, furthering his studies in Practical Theology focusing on youth, family, and culture. When Pastor Scott is not at the church, he enjoys rock climbing, kayaking, and playing the great game of rugby.
Pastor Jeremy Roberts
Jeremy enjoys writing sermons and encouraging students and leaders. His biggest passion is to teach the word of God to students and build up the church leaders of the next generation. Jeremy spent his undergraduate years at California State University of Stanislaus studying the Social Sciences. When Jeremy is not at the church, he enjoys reading comics, watching the raiders, and playing video games. Some things you just don’t grow out of.
Azlyn Canchola, Associate Director
Azlyn is the Associate Director for the youth ministry. She loves planning our events, services, and speaking to our students. She has studied Education and Visual Arts at Azusa Pacific University alongside Pastor Scott. Currently, she is studying Psychology at Foothill College while also attending Northern California Bible College. Along with leading our Youth Ministry, Azlyn serves alongside her husband as Director’s of Cathedral’s Young Adult Ministry. When she isn’t leading one of our many events, she loves spending time with her husband Sam, traveling around the world, and the constant company of a Starbucks cup.
As parents, you are the most influential people in the lives of your students. The role you have in your kid’s life is beyond valuable and irreplaceable. We also understand that raising youth can come with many challenges, and that is why 2Twenty2 is committed to come alongside you and assist your kids to overcome every obstacle and to achieve every dream and become successful in all that God has for them.
We encourage you to do all that you can to get your students involved in our ministry. If there is anything we can do for you or if you have any questions please feel free to contact us. We are always praying for you and your families, and we look forward to hearing from you.
Below our some helpful resources we pray will bless you and be an encouraging source.
- S.O.A.P. SOAP Guide (A format for reading the scripture)
- Reading Plan- Book of Acts
- Reading Plan-Book of John
- Parent’s Facebook Page
- Instagram (a place where we highlight events and stories)
- Life Hurts God Heals (Student Recovery)
We are always looking for passionate adults to help lead and mentor young people. Studies show that 50% of young people abandon their faith after high school but the presence of adults in the life of a student shows to significantly help them through their struggles and hold onto their faith in God through their formative teenage years.
Our goal is to provide 5 adult relationships for every student to encourage and develop their faith. Volunteer times are diverse and can adapt to fit different schedules. If you have a passion to serve young people contact us today, we will have you shadow a service and if we feel this is something you would like to commit to, we will have you fill out the “Cathedral of Faith Volunteer application” and then the “Youth Ministry Volunteer Application”