Stg's Youth

We want to equip young people St George’s and beyond to be lifelong followers of Jesus, by knowing who God is, who He has created us to be and how we can impact the world in the power and love of Jesus. 

If you are 11-18 years old we invite you to Roots, our community for young people, which meets on Fridays, Sundays and through mentoring.

Every year we love to see more our young people understand their identity as followers of Jesus, meet with God through His word and the Holy Spirit and get excited about how God can impact the lives of those around them.


What's on?

Roots Friday | 7 – 9pm | St George’s Centre | Yr 7 – 13 | Hang out, meet friends and explore who Jesus is

Roots Sunday | 10.30am – 12.00pm | St George’s Centre | Yr 7 – 13 | A place to go deeper in our discipleship and work out how to live out our faiths in our everyday lives. (We start on a Sunday morning up in church - meet us on the balcony). 

The Feast | 5:20pm - 6:30pm | St George's Centre | Yr 10 - 13 | Share a meal, build community and dig deeper into the bible together. A space to ask questions and pray, and grow to be more like Jesus in our everyday lives.  After The Feast we head up to the 1830 service which finishes at around 8:15pm.

Connect | This is our mentoring programme, where a you can meet with someone a bit older and wiser on a one to one basis to help you grow in faith and tackle whatever is going on in your life; school, home, friendships, Jesus? 


Dads and Kids Camping Trip

5pm, Sat 10 June - 9am, Sun 11 June, Herd Farm

Fancy a night of camping with your kids. Whether they are teenagers or children join us for  dinner, fire, games and fun.

Food is provided, please bring your own tents.

Suggested age for children (5+)

£12 per person.

Sign up here by 21st May, only 50 places. 

Internet Safety Evening

7-9pm, Wed 21 June, St George's Centre

Join us for a free evening as we explore and discuss how children and young people use the internet, the opportunities that offers, as well as the dangers they face.

The evening will equip parents and carers to understand ways that they can best protect their children in an online world, and to have conversations with their children around the issues of internet safety.


Parents

You are welcome to sign up to our mailing list to receive programme details, updates and messages..

Find out More

Email the youth team at youth@stgeorgesleeds.org.uk for more information.