We have groups for young people between the ages of 11 and 22 that run in term time. (Student groups run in the holidays as well).
Watchers is a group for 11-14 years olds (years 7-9) which meets on a Sunday morning in the Trull Church Community Centre. We begin our time as part of the 9.30am church service and then go to our group for games, bible study and prayer.
Drop Zone is a youth club style ‘drop in’ from 4-5pm on every Tuesday afternoon in term time.
We play xbox, table tennis, table football, craft, games and eat plenty of donuts.
Christian Union in Castle School
On Tuesday lunchtimes we run Christian Union in Castle School with Taunton Youth For Christ and on Wednesdays we offer a breakfast for those in year 7 who are settling in to secondary school and also spend time in school at lunchtime.
At the end of July a number of our 11-14s and their leaders will be attending a summer Ventures with CPAS.
For more information contact Fran Youings, Youth Worker.
Pulse is a church youth group for 14-18 year olds (years 10-13) who meet every Friday evening in term time from 7.45-9.30pm in the Trull Church Community Centre for food, games, bible study, prayer and worship.
There are two Digging Deeper bible study groups for boys and girls from year 9 upwards which meet in the Trull Church Community Centre.
The girls group meets on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month from 6-7pm.
The boys group has taken a break and we hope it will be up and running again in the autumn.
Drop Zone is an after school club that runs every Tuesday afternoon in term time from 4-5pm in the Trull Church Community Centre.
It is for all those in year 7 and above and is a relaxed space for young people to enjoy table tennis, games, craft, food, and a movie moment that helps us think about an aspect of the Christian faith.
Every August. a group normally attends Soul Survivor at the Staffordshire Showground.
This holiday will be an amazing opportunity for our young people to grow in their faith, make new friendships, and enjoy different activities and experiences.
When our students are home most of them attend the 5.30pm service in the Trull Church Community Centre.
We also have a bible study group and regular socials for students that meet bi-weekly on a Wednesday evening in term time and each week during student holidays.
To keep up-to-date with our activities for young people please visit our Facebook page.