Local Youth Groups
There are loads of youth groups in local churches that you can connect with, either to find out more about faith or to simply have a lot of fun with friends. There are also different services and support groups designed just for young people.
Below are some links to local groups and events. Do contact us if you want more information or help with finding a group and we'll do our best to find one that suits you.
The 267 Project run 'The Haven', which is open to all young people aged 12+ who feel they need some extra help with stress and anxiety. This group can help you to learn practical tools to you manage and reduce your anxiety levels and connect with other people who understand what you are experiencing.
- Youth Room at St Paul’s Church (AL1 4JP)
- 4.30-6pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month in term time, starting in May
- The LX Youth Centre, High Street Methodist (AL5 2RU)
- 4.30-6pm on the 2nd Thursday of the month
The group is completely free to attend. To check there is space at the group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no fixed time span for belonging to the group - they will work out with you what is best for your circumstances.
An amazing team of youth workers (some you may have met at school) run various after school drop-ins and evening/weekend youth groups. Visit their website for all the information.
Ignite is a youth group for 10-14 year olds. They meet during the Sunday 10.30am service and again in the evening (5-6.30pm in term time) at the parish centre, where they read the Bible together, eat snacks and play games.
Re:Fuel is for 15-18 year olds. It's a relaxed environment for young people to explore faith and discipleship as they head into their late teens and all the challenges of a changing world. They have fun - often at a venue with an activity like bowling - explore the Bible and think about what it means to be a Christian in contemporary culture.
They meet on a Sunday evening at 6.30-8pm in the parish centre.
All the information you need is on their website.
Christchurch runs several youth groups on Wednesday evenings for young people who want to catch up with friends and find out more about God.
There is also a Sunday evening group called Toast where you can play games, learn about God… and eat toast! Toast has different social events throughout the year, including Acoustic Night, Movie Night, Sherlock Night, Messy Games Night and Cake Night.
Find out more here.
Why not visit the following websites to see what our friends at these churches are up to?