St Luke's youth is for anyone in school years 7-13 and offers the opportunity to encounter Jesus and grow in faith and friendship.
We have different groups that meet each week along with other activities and events during the year.
We have great team who have been safely recruited, DBS checked and who have gone through safeguarding training.
During 10.45am service for school years 7-9
Pathfinders is a group for those in school years 7-9 and meets during the 10:45am Sunday service to play games, learn more about Jesus, and have fun together.
Sundays 8-9:15pm for school years 10-13
SNUG is for those in schools years 10-13, meeting after the 6:30pm service in the Memorial Hall a few doors up the road from the church building. There's the chance to understand more about the Bible, ask questions, find out what it means to be a Christian, and to grow in relationship with God.
Friday Nights 7.30-9pm for school years 6-13
CONNECT is our Community Youth Group that runs on Friday nights, 7:30-9pm during term time for those school years 6-13. There are games consoles, music, table tennis, sports, crafts, and a tuck shop. We currently have around 30 - 40 young people come each week. There is no need to book just turn up! (£2 Entry)
We have a mentoring scheme for our older youth. They are partnered up a with a member of the church family for support and encouragement.
Each year we run an annual six day summer camp at Hungarton Farm. The camp is welcome to anyone in school years 6-13. It is a time to connect with each other and with God!
We also run an annual Youth Weekend Away in March for school years 7-13.
THURNBY CHURCH F.C.
For over 16s we have a Church football team. They play weekly in the county wide Church League and also have 5-a-side training on Mondays Night. New players are always welcome. To get involved or found out more get in touch!
Tom Devas - Associate Rector
Our Youth Ministry is led by a great team of volunteers. They are all passionate about seeing young people grow in their faith. All staff and volunteers have been safely recruited and have completed the relevant training and protection check (DBS).