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Our youth group has many exciting activities and opportunities for young people to make friends, grow in their faith and serve alongside the adults in the church.  Below you can find out information about our groups.  If you've like to have a conversation or ask any questions about our youth group activities then please don't hesitate to contact Sam via email at or call 07295 049 530.


FROG (Fully Relying On God) (age 11-14)
Time: 10.45 
Where: Church
Finishes: 11.45am

FROG stands for Fully Relying On God.  At 10.30am we join the main morning service for about 15 minutes, then we make our way together out of the service for a fun and lively time looking at the Bible together.

4:Twelve (age 14-18)
Time: 7.30pm every Sunday
Where: Back of church
Finishes: 9.00pm

The name 4:Twelve stands is a reference to 1 Timothy 4:12, 'Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.' This group meets at 7.30pm every Sunday in term time. (This is immediately after Lifetime, which is the most popular church service among our young people). We spend 90 minutes hanging out, playing group games, eating whatever snacks are around and learning more about what it means to be a Christian. Anyone in school years 10-13 is welcome to attend any of our meetings.

Midweek Activities 

Youth Home Group 
On the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month our 11-18s gather together at 6pm to eat a meal as big group. This is a brilliant time hanging out together sharing stories while eating great food! After the meal has finished we start our Bible Study. This is a brilliant opportunity for our youth to go deeper into scripture and discover more about what it means to follow Jesus. The Bible study always finishes at 7.30pm.


We aim to run two to three socials a term.  Each year we organise one weekend away (usually February half-term) and a residential week (summer holidays) attending a conference or festival.