Youth Group

Youth Group at St Paul’s Anglican Church Canterbury

Sunday School
When children are baptised we promise to teach, nurture and raise them in the faith of the church. We give thanks for the privilege of walking hand in hand with our children, teenagers and young adults who share the journey with us at St Paul’s Anglican Church Canterbury.

Sunday School happens during the first part of the 10:00am Sunday Eucharist (church service) every week of school term. They leave Church after the Children’s Talk and return during the Greeting of Peace.

Children are welcome to attend Sunday School once they start going to Kindergarten. This ensures that they are happy to be away from their
parents for a short time, and able to engage with the teachers, other children and the lesson.

The material taught at Sunday School has been developed especially for our church by our Family and Youth Minister, Kate Lord. The material is based on the lectionary, and follows a theme for each term.

Youth Group
St Paul's Anglican Church Canterbury Youth GroupYouth Group is for people in Year 6 and onwards. We meet in the Parish Hall every second Saturday night from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. The cost of $10 covers supper and materials.  

Click on the following link to view our current programme: St Pauls Canterbury Youth Group Plan 2016-17

J2A (Journey to Adulthood)
J2A is a discussion group for high school students that runs during the 10:00am church service each Sunday of school terms.

The Choir
The Church Choir is open to people of all ages, with or without formal music training. This is a great way for young people to get to know each other and enjoy making music together. The choir rehearses on Thursday nights and again at 9:15am on Sundays, prior to singing during the 10:00am church service.

The activities provided at St Paul’s Anglican Church Canterbury give young people a chance to broaden their circle of friends and develop their social skills, with people of all ages, in a healthy and positive environment. Discussion groups and informal conversations create space for teenagers to ask the big questions of life without judgment.

 

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