Youth (& Young Adults)
As well as being part of the SixThirty weekly
gatherings, at the moment Youth meet once a month on a Sunday afternoon.
There is plenty of fun, a chance to get to know each other better,
explore life and faith and of course there is food! We also head further afield on the occasional trip together.
Youth is a great place to belong, whether you are used to church or not and wherever you are at in life and faith. Whether it's growing as a disciple or asking those big questions, or probably a bit of both, you will find a safe place to share the adventure with others.
If you are middle school age or above come along.
Sunday 11th June
Are you a young person?
If you are a young person checking out this site and are in middle or high school (Years 5-13) we'd love to get to know you and introduce you to other young people. We're a friendly bunch and reckon that life is more fun in community. Whether you've got a faith or none, lots of questions or just fancy finding out more then give us a shout or find us on and
Young people in your family?
are committed to developing and nurturing relationships with (and
between) young people to journey together through this stage in life as part of the wider church community.
children grow up and others come and join in with the life of the church, we are commited
to helping young people find a place of belonging, discover what it is
to be disciples of Jesus.... while having lots of fun along the way!
If you've got any questions or we can help in any way just let us know.
If you have outgrown youth clubs, but would still love to find a community to share life with and get to know others just get in touch. We have a growing number of young adults who are connected to our community and are finding ways to serve, build friendships and explore their faith. This looks different for everyone but we would love to help you find the right way to connect in. We hope to develop what our young adult work looks like as more people join the life of the church. Fancy helping us to do that?
We would love to hear from you and welcome you to come and join in. Don't worry if you feel you have more questions than answers, every one is welcome.