Youth Termcard for 11-18s
Download the latest term card of youth activities here : Youth Termcard, Summer 2018
Some regular activities are listed below. Visitors and enquirers are always welcome.
Why Group (for young people aged 11-18)
Meets as part of Junior Church on 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month at St Andrew’s Hall. We discuss the Bible, Jesus and the Christian faith, and get to know one another better. Games and snacks feature too!
For more info, contact St Andrew’s Youth Worker Maggie Tate
YO CFC (Youth group for school years 7-13)
Meets on 1st Sundays of the month in St Andrew’s Hall from 5.30pm to 7.30pm, and 3rd Sundays starting at St Andrew’s Church at 5.30pm and ending in the Hall at 7.30pm.
Come as you are, join in with games and activities, have space to think about faith and enjoy some great food and time with friends, old and new. All 11-18 year olds welcome.
For more info, contact St Andrew’s Youth Worker, Maggie Tate.
Here’s the programme for the coming term:
|Date||What’s happening?||What to bring|
|15 April||Informal Worship ‘Easter Celebration’ in church, followed by YO CFC food and games in the Hall||£2 for food|
|6 May||YO CFC in the Hall (Chill time, food and good company). Games on the rec + What is prayer?||£2 for food|
|20 May*||Thy Kingdom Come Beacon event. 6.30pm at Great St Mary’s, Cambridge. *Offsite, meeting at Great St Mary’s.|
|3 June||YO CFC in the Hall (Chill time, food and good company). Q&A panel with guests + fun and games.||£2 for food|
|17 June||Informal Worship in church, followed by YO CFC food and games in the Hall||£2 for food|
|Sat 23 June||Chesterton Festival Fun Day: Youth gazebo with giant games + Duplo community prayer. 1- 5PM on Pyes’ Rec.|
|1 July||YO CFC World Cup special in the Hall (Food, photo booth, penalty shoot out, giant games) + welcoming new Year 6s||£2 for food|
|15 July||Informal Worship in church, followed by YO CFC picnic and games on the rec (in Hall if wet)||£2 for food|
St Andrew’s has a Child Protection Policy which is actively applied and monitored. Our Safeguarding Co-ordinator is Linda Stollwerck Boulton.
Some useful websites for young people:
The Bridge UK – relevant articles, videos, forums and Christian teaching for young people on various topics.
The Road UK – videos for young people to answer many of the big questions surrounding the Christian faith. Topics include the historical accuracy of Christianity, the Bible, Science and faith, Judgement and tolerance, the Church.
Tearfund Lifestyle – taking small, everyday steps to tacking the problems of poverty and injustice.
Be thinking – to help you think through issues that may arise in the classroom or when talking with friends about Christianity.