King's Youth

At King's, our youth work is a place where young people can explore the Christian faith, build positive relationships with one another, and grow as followers of Jesus. Below are some of the main ways to get involved.
Friday night Youth


Every Tuesday night during term time, from 7.15pm-8.45pm, we get together for Midweek Youth. This takes place at our Catford site and is for young people in school years 7 - 13.

Sunday morning Youth


At all four of our sites we meet most Sunday mornings, after worship and during the preach, for teaching and games. This is for young people in school years 5 - 9.

Latest Updates

The best way to keep up-to-date is to follow our youth Instagram account, where you can find our latest news, youth challenges and lots of information about things we are doing each week!



Each year, we take young people from the church to Newday, one of the largest Christian youth events in the UK. It is open to anyone of secondary school age (years 7-13). The aim of Newday is to envision and equip in God a generation to play their part in the world. The event includes worship, teaching and seminars, as well as sporting tournaments, cafés and lots of social activities.


King's Church London regards the protection and safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults as a priority. In the interests of the safety and well-being of all, King's has developed and operates a formal Safeguarding Policy, which is registered with the Churches' Child Protection Advisory Service. This includes DBS checks for all Kids' Work volunteers.

Safeguarding Policy

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the youth work at King’s, please get in touch with us on or phone 020 8690 4646.