Ministry Department

We see every person as a child of God. We are a community with open hearts, minds and open doors. At CC Young, our commitment to faith is caring, nurturing, and inclusive. We are here for you as a community of faith. All faiths are welcome.


Visit the Don R. Benton Meditation Chapel at The Point. Open 7 days a week for seated and quiet meditation.
Learn more about the beautiful stained glass in the chapel.

Or, explore The Rose Marie Bentsen Benton Meditation Chapel on the 2nd floor of The Vista.


Broadcast Live to all Residents from The Point Auditorium: 10:00am on Channel 81


Broadcast Live to all Residents from The Point Auditorium: 9:30am on Channel 81


Advent Series

Christmas Eve

Ash Wednesday

Lenten Sermon Series

Palm Sunday

Maundy Thursday

Good Friday

Easter Sunday

Summer Gospel Series

Blessing of the Animals

All Saints

Lessons and Carols

Blue Christmas

Michael Nichols headshot

Rev. Michael Nichols

The Reverend Michael Nichols joined CC Young as Associate Campus Pastor in 2020 after serving as a pastor in numerous United Methodist churches in the North Texas Annual Conference and a member of the Cabinet of the Conference as Superintendent of the Dallas South District.

Rev. Dr. Veronica Davis

Reverend Dr. Veronica (Roni) Davis received both her undergraduate and master’s degrees from SMU. She completed her B.A. in Political Science and her B.B.A in Business Management in 2010 and received her M.Div. from Perkins School of Theology in 2015. In the summer of 2019, she finished her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Development from the University of Texas Arlington.

Veronica has been an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God, USA since 2017 and an Endorsed Chaplain since 2020.

Dr. Raelynn Scott

The Reverend Raelynn Scott serves as our Hospice Chaplain and Bereavement Coordinator. Her pastoral and hospice training is extensive and includes studies at Dallas Theological Seminary, Brite Divinity Seminary, and she holds a Doctorate of Divinity from St. John’s Divinity Seminary in Albany, New York.

Barbara Marcum

Barbara Marcum joins CC Young with extensive faith and pastoral experience.  She has been the pastor of two churches and an associate pastor at four other churches.  She was recruited to serve as the first woman (volunteer) chaplain of the Dallas Police Department and later recruited by the FBI to serve for seventeen years as one of the first woman clergy in its Chaplain ranks.  Barbara served as a minister at Highland Park UMC for 25 years where she headed the Pastoral Care Department.  She was involved in jail and prison ministry for many years, teaching regularly at several men’s prisons.  She helped in the formation of the first UMC in Saratov, Russian.  Currently she volunteers at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and is active in the Park Cities Rotary Club.