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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.

Fridays

Every Friday night during term time at 7.30pm we get together for youth (for anyone in secondary school aged 11-18) and we host these at our Lee and Catford sites.

Please contact Zoe Blackmur (Lee and Downham).
Please contact Moses Nwanji (Catford and Beckenham).

Sundays

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 7-9.

Follow us for updates

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

NEWDAY

Newday is an annual summer festival that we take young people from the church to each year. 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, seminars, plus sporting tournaments and loads of cafes and social activities.

Newday 2022 takes place from Monday 1 - Friday 5 August (heading home on Saturday 6th) at Norfolk Showground.

Whether it’s your first time or you're coming back again, Newday is a guaranteed place to make new friends and have fun, and it can give you an amazing opportunity to encounter God. Newday has been a life-changing week for many - we hope it will be the same for many more in 2022! Every young person comes away with good memories and experiences to share. It really is a massive highlight for all involved! For this reason alone, you don’t want to miss out on going to Newday.

Book

Find out more and book here.

If attending Newday 2022 with King's, please book through us not directly via the Newday website.

Got any questions?

If you have any queries, please get in touch:
info@kingschurchlondon.org
020 8690 4646 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm)

Want to get in touch?

Catford – Moses Nwanji
Lee – Zoe Blackmur
Downham – Joe Macnamara
Beckenham – Charles Kimbangi

If you have any general enquiries, please email info@kingschurchlondon.org.

Youth at Home Archive

In light of us being able to do more in person, we’ve stopped our weekly Youth at Home videos. However, all the videos we’ve produced during lockdown are available in the showcase below for you to access at any time.


For More Information

For more information or to express an interest in getting involved with the youth work at King's, please get in touch:
info@kingschurchlondon.org
020 8690 4646 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm)

Safeguarding

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 Youth Work volunteers.

If you are applying to serve in our Youth Work, please complete the Safeguarding Application below.

Safeguarding Application