Rooted is our weekly Youth Group for P7–S2. We meet every Sunday evening 6:30–7:30 on Zoom and have a light-hearted time enjoying wacky quizzes, Bible talks, and games together. We also occasionally host social events or join up with other youth events, such as PowerPoint.
Contact Ethan and Tamara at email@example.com for more information, including our weekly Zoom details.
As part of Beacon Kids, our wider Sunday morning youth program, ‘Blaze’ is aimed at young people in school years P7 to S2. We meet most Sundays for fun, fellowship, a bible study and discussion.
Impact: operating online and with social distancing.
Impact is a youth group for teenagers in the St Andrews area that is run by Cornerstone & the Baptist Church. It is led by Robbie and Lydi Sweet in partnership with volunteers from the Baptist Church. Our group is not limited to young people from these churches as we have teenagers who attend from lots of the churches in town.
Our aim is to serve the local churches by providing a space for young people to gather for fun, fellowship and community, Bible talks, and games.
Our main meetings happen on Sunday evenings during the school year from 6:30-8:00 at All Saints Church halls. We also have various other events throughout the year and you can find out about those through the weekly email that Robbie sends.
For more information & to get involved contact Robbie Sweet
PowerPoint: - not operating during pandemic.
Approximately every 2 months, we usually go to the inter-church youth service ‘Powerpoint’ held in Edinburgh. (for young people in school years S1 and above).
These gatherings are often a great encouragement to the young people who attend through the lively focus on worship, with a talk and fellowship time with other similar aged youth. Our youth workers organise transport for this and give out more information and consent forms closer to the time of each one. (Regarding PowerPoint, consent forms can either be handed in to cover for the entire year for each child, or for each individual trip.)
More information can be found here: http://powerpointscotland.com/