All ages, all stages of life, all welcome
Alex Shoderu leads our teen ministry, which combines young people from both our English and French speaking services.
We have two main tracks for our youth work. Cros is our teaching stream, which meets at 1pm on Sundays; and JamFriday is a session for creative arts, and meets (as the name suggests) on Friday evenings at 6pm.
Each month, on Saturday Afternoons, we also have Kids Club, which serves children from the nearby Weston Rise Estate, opposite the church. You can find out more concerning Kids Club by contacting our church office.
CROS Teen group is targeted at those between 11-18 years old (Yr 7 -13). It is led by a Core team of volunteers who are active members of the Church.
I takes place every Sunday 12.45-2pm. KCBC Teen Room (At the rear of the Building)
It's a time where we:
- Meet as a Family and do what family does! Could be anything from eating together to dancing together.
- Open our hearts to God through prayer, testimonies, teaching and applying God’s Word to our lives. We know that God’s desire is to see us be transformed to be like His Son, and we want to continue to press in to this
- Open our lives to each other so that we can encourage each other and challenge each other to be all that God created us to be.
- Open to God’s Mission. We want to be a group who takes Jesus’ words in Matthew 28:18-20 (The Great Commission) seriously.
Jam Friday is targeted at those between 11-18 years old (Yr 7 -13). It is led by a Core team of volunteers who are active members of the Church and is supported by wider volunteers and teachers who have all been DBS checked.
We meet on Friday evenings in the Church basement hall from 6.30pm to 8.30pm during school term time.
In Feb 2015, we launched Jam Fridays, in response to the part of our statement that says: “…on a mission together with Christ to welcome others into God’s family”.
The aim is for it to be a safe place for young people to build relationships with one another and a welcoming/fun place for young people who would find it hard to step into a church service on a Sunday morning. Games and Performing arts is the primary tool we are seeking to use at this club.