youth minister and assisting priest

Fr. Charles (Bubba) Humphrey

Fr. Charles, affectionately known as Bubba, is originally from Natchez, Mississippi, but he got to Texas as soon as he could in 2021 as our Assisting Priest! He became a Christian in November of 2003 and soon afterwards enrolled in Wesley Bible college where he received a B.A in Biblical Literature and Theology … to which then led to Wesley Biblical Seminary, graduating in 2015.

Fr. Bubba brings to his ministry passion in engaging the culture with the beauty and truth of the Gospel with teaching, apologetics, or just sitting down for a chat over a cup of coffee.(He is open to lunch too!) He is honored to be a part of reaching the youth of CTR and prays the Lord’s blessing over the coming generation of believers.    

On a personal/family note… he is married to his lovely wife, Eva. There is no question, Fr. Charles loves kids. He has 5 of them (and they are all amazing) and one is due this Fall in November!

Sunday School

Fall Youth curriculum

This Fall, Fr. Charles is using this acronym to allow the students to understand the Biblical narrative in a broad stroke while providing the flexibility necessary for the continued integration of Biblical events and people not mentioned in this study.  With God’s enabling, the youth will be reached with the truth and beauty of the grand story God is telling.

For more information either contact

Fr. Charles here or read this summary.

Christ the redeemer

jr/sr high youth bible studies

Our Youth Bible studies will resume in the Fall.

For details on these groups and how to get connected, contact our church at admin@ctfrw.org.

local

Anglican Student Assembly and Praise

Anglican Student Assembly and Praise (ASAP) is a monthly meeting of youth from the diocese, grades 6-12, located at various churches in the diocese. The meetings consist of fellowship, study, and praise and worship. They typically meet on the second Sunday of the month from 3-5pm. For more information check out their web site and calendar.

Regional

yoUNG aNGLICANs - AGape year

Young Anglicans serves the Anglican Church in North America, working to make effective Christ-centered ministry to teenagers in every diocese and every congregation. One of their programs is the Agape Year.


Agape Year is a 9 month program for recent high school graduates who seek to grow in their love and knowledge of Jesus Christ while engaging in His mission for the lost, the poor, and the uninvited both locally and globally.


For more information, check out their website here.