Youth at St James

On Sundays

Morning Youth (years 7-9) runs during the 9am and 10.30 services.

The Senior High Growth Group (years 10-12) meets each Sunday in school term from 5:30-7pm. We have dinner together, study the Bible and then share in prayer time. Afterwards, most members attend the Evening church service.

Our 7pm service is made up primarily of Youth, University Students and Young Workers. It is a dynamic gathering which includes singing contemporary Christian songs, prayer, Bible reading and a sermon (Bible talk). It is followed by supper.

Friday Night Youth Group

Friday Evenings in the church grounds.

Year 7 -12 (with Yr 6 joining at the start of Term 4)

7pm – 9pm

Our Friday Night Youth Group is a mixture of high-intensity games, chill-out time and learning about the Christian Faith. It’s a group for high schoolers from schools in the surrounding suburbs.

We have lots of youth attend and the program is run by University Students and Young Workers who are keen to talk about their lives and faith.  Each night we hope to clearly describe what Christians believe and to establish long-lasting, deep relationships through our various activities.

Youth Camp

Each year we run a camp for our Youth Group. We travel to Port Hacking for the weekend where we spend time building deeper friendships and starting new ones. We also spend a significant time thinking about what it means to be a Christian in our daily lives.

This camp is open to anyone in High School or who will be attending High School in the following year.

Safe Ministry At St James

St James is committed to the highest standards of care and safety in our programmes for children and youth. All adult staff and volunteers in these programmes have a Working With Children Check as required by law. Additionally, they must also complete ‘Safe Ministry Training’ and have a refresher every 3 years. The church has a Safe Ministry Representative who monitors the currency and record-keeping for these accreditations.

For More information about the Anglican Church's Safe Ministry Policy