Following the recent changes in COVID restrictions in-person youth work is back on! If you’d like to know more please contact the church office.

Roots – 7-11’s

What is Roots and who is it for?
Roots is the best way to begin the weekend! It’s a great place for young people (Junior school years 3-6) to make friends, play games, take part in activities and learn about Jesus from the Bible.

What happens at Roots?
We usually begin by having a head-2-head challenge game that’s lots of fun! Then we gather together and learn about the good news of Jesus from the Bible. Afterwards, we head into the main hall, where there are big games and activities to do. We then finish off the evening with some hot chocolate and a chat!

When and where is Roots?
We start at 6:30pm and finish at 7:30pm every Friday night (except during school holidays).
We meet in our church hall on Dundonald Road

What does it cost?
Absolutely nothing! It’s free!

Impact & Roots Both Start On Friday 10th September

Impact 11-14’s

Friday Nights (Term Time) | 7:30 – 9:00pm | Main Hall

What is Impact and who is it for?
Impact is our church youth group that runs on Friday evenings and Sunday Mornings. It is for any young person, aged 11-14, who is interested in Christianity and it’s claims.

What do we do at Impact?
Impact is designed to help equip any young person to better understand the Bible – with the hope that it may be believed and shared.

We do this by looking at the Bible together and seeking answers to the big questions that young people have about Christianity and the world we live in. We also play games, chat about our week and drink lots of hot chocolate.

We also have ‘Socials’ like laser quest & spring city, ‘Event Nights’ that are competitive and loads of fun, as well as an annual weekend away to help deepen our friendships within the group.

When does Impact start and where will it be?
We currently meet in the church hall at 7:30 – 9:00pm on Friday nights.

We also meet on Sunday Mornings to prepare for church over breakfast at 10:00 – 10:45am in the Lower Hall.

Impact+ 14-18’s

Friday Nights (Term Time) | 8:30 – 10:00pm | Main Hall

What is Impact + and who is it for?
Impact+ is our church youth group that runs on Friday evenings and Sunday Mornings. It is for any young person, aged 14+, who is interested in Christianity and its claims.

What do we do at Impact+?
Impact+ is designed to help equip any young person to better understand the Bible – with the hope that it may be believed and shared.

We do this by looking at the Bible together and seeking answers to the big questions that teenagers have about Christianity and the world we live in. We chat about our week and drink lots of hot chocolate.

We also have ‘Socials’ with the younger Impact youth group, ‘Event Nights’ that are competitive and loads of fun, as well as an annual weekend away to help deepen our friendships within the group.

When does Impact + start and where will it be?
We currently meet in the church hall at 8:30 – 10:00pm on Friday nights.

We also meet on Sunday mornings at 10:00 – 10:45am to prepare for church over breakfast in the Lower Hall.

Watch the latest videos from online Impact

Safeguarding

Tommy Farrell
Tommy FarrellSafeguarding Officer

We are committed to providing a safe and caring environment for children, young people and vulnerable adults. The policy and guidelines linked below cover all church work with children, young people and vulnerable adults. [Please note that external groups hiring the hall are responsible for their own safeguarding arrangements].

Click here to download our Safeguarding Policy

Reporting Concerns

If you have any concerns about the safety or wellbeing of children, young people or vulnerable adults in the church or its activities please report them, using the Cause for Concern form at the back of the Safeguarding Policy, as quickly as possible to Tommy Farrell. In his absence, or if the concern involves the Safeguarding Coordinator, then please contact Sally Beyer.

If the suspicions implicate both the Safeguarding Co-ordinator and the Deputy, then the report should be made in the first instance to our safeguarding partner, ThirtyOne:Eight, telephone: 0303 003 11 11.

Alternatively contact Social Services or the police.

Always call 999 in an emergency or where there is risk to life.

Sally Beyer
Sally BeyerDeputy Safeguarding Officer