At All Saints, we want all young people to know and love Jesus, encourage each other in their faith and share this with those around them. The youth ministry aims to help them do this through Bible studies, discussions, tons of encouragement and loads of fun! Most groups and activities take place in the Tiger building next door to the church (see below for details).
Pathfinders is for young people in school years 6-9 (ages 10-14). It takes place on Sunday mornings during the 9.30am service in the Tiger for loads of fun as we explore the Bible together. The young people leave from, and return to, the service with the children in All Saints Kids.
Cornerstone is the evening service in church at 6pm, and drinks are served from 5.45pm. It is a great chance to get to see friends and meet other members of the church family as we hear and respond to God’s word. Although it is pitched more at mid-teens and older, younger ones are very welcome too. Please click here to find details of the latest sermon series.
Rooted is a 45-minute follow-on session from Cornerstone for young people in school years 6-13. We meet in the Tiger lounge with a few snacks to discuss the talk, (try to!) answer questions that come up, and to pray for each other.
is for young people in school years 6-9 (ages 10-14) and meets on Thursday evenings from 7.00-8.10pm in the Tiger. There is an activity each week and a short talk from the Bible to conclude our time together. For off-site activities, we tend to meet earlier and get back later.
is for young people in school years 10-13 (ages 14-18) and meets on Friday evenings from 8.00-9.30pm in the Tiger. There is a different activity each week, as well as time to hang out and chat. We conclude with a short talk from the Bible, as we consider who Jesus is and the difference following him makes today. For off-site activities, we tend to meet earlier and get back later.
The interim youth worker, Sarah Neller, currently oversees all the youth ministry, and there are a team of volunteer leaders from All Saints who make it all happen! They are all DBS-checked, and undertake Church of England safeguarding training.
All young people are required to have a completed Permission Form, which includes contact details, medical and dietary information. Please click below to complete one for 2022/23:
If you would like to join the weekly mailing list for Engage and/or Encrypt, or have any questions about the youth ministry at All Saints, please contact Sarah Neller - email@example.com