Youth Activities and Groups

Twynham Church has a strong heritage of activities for young people going right back to its beginning. That continues today, and we have a diverse roster of groups that meet together regularly. There’s lots of fun and friendship as we do life together and encourage one another in our personal relationships with Jesus. Our aim is to inspire young people to know Jesus and to follow Him no matter what it costs.

Charlie Du Puy

Charlie Du Puy is the youth worker at Twynham Church. He has over 10 years of experience leading youth and children’s activities, and having completed his degree in Leisure Marketing at Bournemouth University he went to work for the youth work charity Impact. In his role as youth worker Charlie aims to build the church community of young people and lead them into a place of deeper relationship with Jesus. Charlie is married to Natalie and has a young daughter; they enjoy getting up to mischief together! Get in touch with Charlie at:

youth@www.twynhamchurch.org

This is our Sunday morning group for young people aged 11 – 18 years. We explore God’s word in a more informal setting that includes multimedia, breakfast and prayer.

This is our youth group (11 – 18 years) that runs on Friday evenings from 7 – 9 pm. We play video games, table tennis, bake snacks and get our nails done! We also have interactive testimonies and teaching from the Bible, as well as events such as laser tag, ski bobbing, quizzes and a sleepover at Christmas.

 

Who would win in a fight between Yoda and The Hulk? Or Groot and Chewbacca? If that’s the sort of argument that you want to weigh in on then 8-bit is the group for you. We also play retro and modern video games, read comic books and play board games, as well as having movie nights and trips out to the cinema. Taking place at the church 7 – 8.30 p.m. fortnightly on Wednesdays 8-bit is all about embracing your inner geek, and with the exception of the cinema trips it’s totally free. A great group to bring friends to!

 

 

 

 

What does it mean to be a man? What does it mean to be a man of God? How are God’s men different from His women? How do I become a man of God? These are questions that start to swirl around in our heads from boyhood right through to adulthood. Wild at Heart is a 24-hour residential on 1st/2nd June 2018 to explore these themes. It’s for the young men who are a part of our youth activities at Twynham and includes adventure, fun, challenges, chats around the campfire and a whole lot of discovery about who God has made us to be.  Ages 11 – 18 years.

Wessex Filling Station youth event

Join us at Twynham church for the first ever youth event of the Wessex Filling Station! Speaker: Richard Sanderson. 7 – 9.30 p.m. Doors open at 6.30 p.m. Refreshments.