Youth On Sundays
During term time, on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month, those who are aged between 11-15 meet just round the corner from the church at 6 Church Lane at 11am. They have their own group for Bible teaching, discussions and activities. The youth return to church just before the end of the service. Those aged 16 years and above remain in church.
Click here for the Spring 2019 term card: Youth on Sunday Term Card
Monday Night Youth Group
On Monday nights we dive into God’s word and explore some of life’s big questions. It is also a chance to hang out and catch up with each other over a cup of tea and cake! Monday Night Youth is open to any young people aged 15-18 and meets between 7:30pm – 9:15pm at 19 St Ives Road, Hemingford Grey.
This term, spring 2019, we are looking at God’s Big Picture and over 9 weeks we hope to grasp the overall message of the whole bible. Click here for the 2019 Spring term card. Monday Night Youth Term Card
Friday Night Youth Café
Anyone aged 11-18 is welcome to join us at our youth café, at St James’ Parish Centre on the last Friday of the month from 6:30-8:30pm. In addition to the main activity or theme, there are café style drinks available to buy, table tennis, games consoles, tuck shop and finishes with a short talk from the Bible.
This term we will meet:
- Friday 25th January
- Friday 22nd February
- Friday 29th March
Click here for the 2019 Spring term card.Friday Night Youth Social Term Card
All of our groups are designed for young people to explore who Jesus is for the first time or to grow in their faith. We are committed to these basic values:
- God’s word, the Bible, at the centre of everything we believe
- Everyone sharing the Gospel of Jesus
- Growing in a caring community
Youth Minister Ben Pearson
See Youth Facebook Page for more information.
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St James’ is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of children and young people within our church community, and also to encouraging an environment where all people and especially those who may be vulnerable are able to worship and pursue their faith journey with encouragement and in safety.
We are also committed to the Diocese of Ely Safeguarding Policy, implementation of the Diocese of Ely Safeguarding and Good Practise Guidelines, and the relevant statutory legislation and guidance for the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.
You can download a copy of the current Policy Statement here.