We offer programs and events specifically for middle school and upper school students who want to get to know other youth, have fun, learn God's Word, and grow in their Christian faith. We are a growing group with many new students each year.
For more information on any activity or to find out how to get involved, please contact Will, our Minister of Family Life at or 01932 830295.
30 HOUR FAMINE - 9-10 March
20,000 children die every day from hunger and preventable causes. We are not okay with that. Hunger is 100% preventable! We are going to do something about it! Participants from our youth group will go 30 hours without eating to "get a taste" of world hunger. Before the fast, we'll be raising money for World Vision's efforts to prevent world hunger. During the weekend of the Famine, we will have an overnighter where we will learn about justice, play simulations games that help us experience what it's like for those in need, and participate in a local service project.
For information on how to get involved, check our our flyer or contact Will. 30_hour_Famine_2013.pdf
To check out our online giving website or to make a donation, visit 30hourhamine.org
Sunday night YOUTH GROUP
YOUTH GROUP for all middle school and upper school students. Sundays, 6:30 - 8:00 pm, 146 Ireton Avenue, Walton-on-Thames. We enjoy a meal together at 6:00, so come hungry. About half our time together involves games and getting to know each other, and the second half is Bible study, discussion, and prayer. We are currently in a series on spiritual disciplines (prayer, accountability, worship, fasting, etc). Friends invited, so bring someone along!
24 February - WINTER LUAU!
10 March - No youth group due to 30 hour Famine overnighter, 9-10 March
During the school term, we will meet for Bible study before the Sunday worship service (9:30 - 10:15 AM). Separate groups meet for middle school and upper school.
The Upper School group meets at the River Bourne Health Club's cafe. Just go through the turnstiles and look straight ahead. Hot drinks and breakfast is available for a charge. Kerry is currently teaching a series on the book of James.
The Middle School meet in Room A of Chertsey Hall.
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