Activities for young people
At Sheet Church we have lots of different activities for young people, whether it’s games, socialising on Saturday evening at SMART, catching up during the week at Costa , learning more about God and his word in the Upper Room, the Monday Evening Group or one of the many one-off events.
You can see our calendar of upcoming events and more information about our regular groups below.
⇒ Monday Evening Group
A group for young people in Yr 10 and up. Each week e meet to eat some dinner together and then think and chat about our faith. At the moment we are watching an episode of the chosen (a TV series about the life of Christ) and then discussing it.
Times: Mondays18:00-21:00 (term time)
⇒ Costa – After School
On Friday afternoons during term time we meet upstairs at Costa in Petersfield. This is a time for us to hang out, catch up and relax after a long week as well as play some games. This is drop in/drop out so if you are in town then come along and we will buy you a drink!
Times: Fridays 14:30-17:30 (term time)
SMART, runs on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month and is where we catch up, hang out, play lots of different games and have food together. These evenings are a great chance for us to socialise, relax and unwind after a long week. Come and join the fun!
Times: Fortnightly Saturdays 17:00-19:00 (2nd & 4th of the month)
⇒ Upper Room
Upper Room is our group that meets on Sundays during the 10am service. This is where we look at God’s word ,discuss how it applies to our day to day lives and support each other in prayer. This is along with making things, playing games and just generally relaxing (it is a Sunday morning after all!).
Times: Sundays 10:00-11:30 (except 3rd Sunday of the month)
To find out about our vision and values for the youth work please click here
We take the safeguarding of children and young people very seriously if you would like to find out more please click here to look at our safeguarding section.
If you have any questions please do get in touch with our youth worker David Loveless (click here).