We are deeply passionate about our youth ministry, and about every young person in our church community.

Our youth ministry is designed for those in those in between our kids groups and adult church, but absolutely focusing on the same God, the same Jesus and the same Holy Spirit. We aim to provide a space for teenagers to socialise and have fun while also learning about faith and becoming more passionate about Jesus.

If you’re aged 11 – 18, we’d love to meet you and help you find somewhere to connect, where you can make great new friendships, meet Jesus and be equipped with the power of the Holy Spirit and to live life well with him. We also love to chat about life, have loads of fun, and eat some food!

If I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing
1 Corinthians 13:2

Youth Small Groups

If you’re in school years 7 – 13, you’re invited to our youth groups!

We meet most Friday evenings to have loads of fun, get to know each other, and get to know Jesus. There’ll always be time for worship and the opportunity for prayer, plus different discussions and activities, and the chance to talk about the things that are important in our own lives.

Youth Small Groups

Residential Trips

Some of our favourite youth events every year are the different festivals we go to as a youth group. These festivals are places where teenagers from across the country can gather together and have loads of crazy fun, hang out together and make new friends, as well as grow in their love and relationship with Jesus.

If you’ve not been to an event like this before with us, and you’re interested in going, we’d love to hear from you (especially if there’s one just around the corner!). At these festivals, our youth and leaders form a real community, and so many young people come back with life changing stories and unforgettable moments.

The main event we attend is Vineyard DTI – Dreaming the Impossible for 12 – 18 year olds.

If you’d like to find out more, contact us, ask one of our youth leaders, or check out the website for more information by clicking below.

Dreaming the Impossible

West Suffolk Vineyard Church
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