Youth Ministry

Welcome to Union's Youth Ministry!

Our desire is to create a community where youth feel known, accepted, and cared for as they grow into followers of Jesus Christ. Whether you’ve been raised in church or if this is your first time visiting Union Church, we hope this is a place where you can learn more about God, develop your faith and journey with people like you.

We have a variety of opportunities and events for youth (11-18 years old). Details are available below, and if you have any questions please email us at  .

Youth Services 
Union's Youth meet on Friday nights and Sunday mornings for fellowship and learning more about the Christian faith. It's a great way for students to make new friends, learn more about God's love for them, and find a safe and fun place to just be themselves.

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Youth Baptism

The Confirmation/Youth Baptism programme is a year-long programme committed to teaching youth aged 12 and older the essentials of what it means to be a Christ follower. It is a meaningful opportunity to experience spiritual formation and forge deeper relationships inside and outside church.

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Youth Services

Friday Nights
The purpose of Friday Youth is to learn more about the Christian faith while building relationships with one another and adult leaders. We also dedicate some Friday evenings to worship. 

Sunday Mornings
On Sundays we dive into the Bible to develop a deeper understanding of God's word for us. We also take time to check in with one another, pray and more. Please contact Sebastian Caldwell or Elise Bland for details.

Additional Events
Wednesday, 22 June - Outreach Day
Friday, 24 June - Saturday, 25 June - Summer Camp

Youth Summer Camp

Mission Trips & Local Outreach

Most years, youth have the opportunity to share Christ's love through their actions on an international missions trip in the Spring and Fall. With the pandemic, we've focused more on local outreach. Youth get to know and serve the Wan Chai neighbourhood through Kindness Walks every month.

What does it mean to serve? Watch our video: