“I really enjoy the Huddle. It makes church and learning about God really fun! All of us in the Huddle really love it – the Huddle is so fun!”
Now at Church on Fridays from 6.00-7.30pm
Friday Huddle meetings for 12 to 15 years olds are held at the Church every week from 6.00pm – 7.30pm. All activities will be planned to ensure all young people are socially distanced and safe. Our youth group activities will be supervised by Rev. Dom Hubbuck and Pam Zigomo along with a youth worker from the Red Balloon Foundation. We look forward to seeing our young people back in church.
The Huddle is our parish youth group which meets at Christ Church on Friday evenings during term time from 6pm until 7.30pm. All young people from year 7 upwards are welcome.
It’s a time of fun and games with snacks and a discussion time around Christian faith and life and it’s free!
Additionally, on the second and fourth Sunday of the month, Sunday Huddle meets during the 10am Sunday service at Christ Church.
The Huddle is led by Pam Zigomo with a team of other leaders and helpers. Contact Pam here for more information.
Have a look at what The Huddle has been getting up to:
Last year, there was a Huddle Holiday – here is a video about their trip to Scotland:
At the Huddle we strive to create an environment where young people can have fun, get to know one another and explore their faith.
We also have trips out and have gone to Sutcliffe park climbing wall, Kaspa’s dessert Café and the Oxygen Freejumping at the O2.
Week by week we enjoy all sorts of wonderful games or crafts, an open forum for prayer and a weekly discussion time.
Topics we have discussed include looking at God’s calling on the lives of various Bible characters, the intersection of faith and mental health and young people who have impacted their communities and the world.
In previous years, some of the girls from the Huddle along with other young people from St. Michael’s church went away with on a weekend residential trip to Grosvenor Hall in Kent. The weekend included a variety of activities, such as abseiling, indoor climbing, outdoor laser tag and a campfire. Alongside these activities there were two sessions looking at strong female characters from the Bible and what they could teach us today.
The group looked at Ruth, learning about her faithfulness and loyalty and how our decisions can have a lasting impact. Then Esther and what it means to stand up for something you believe in. The whole trip was thoroughly enjoyable, it was great to see the girls working as a team, supporting one another to overcome fears and problems, building some great friendships and achieving things they didn’t think were possible. It was also encouraging to see a group of young people thinking about the Christian Faith and the impact their decisions and choices can have on their peers and communities
“It’s a great way to meet new people and develop your faith in Christianity at the same time.”
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