We may be apart but how can we be together?
Our Regular Meetings are now online – Using Zoom
Friday Night Youth: Years 6-9 & 9+ | 7pm & 8pmWe have two groups Ignite (Years 6-9) Zooming at 7pm-8pm and Blaze (Years 9+) Zooming at 7pm-8pm. This Zoom includes games, fun, CONNECT time and opportunities to pray.
Sunday Morning: After Online Service Zoom: Years 7-13 | 11.30 AMAfter our service bundle in and chat on Zoom and discuss the sermon. It’s at about 11.30 AM.
Wednesday Evening Bible Study: Years 10-13 | 7.30pm-9pmOur youth leader Abby hosts an online Bible study exploring what the Bible means for us today as well as enjoying food together and doing some challenges!
At The Moment We Are Looking At…
Youth For Christ have created some resources during lockdown.
WhatsApp YouthSend Abby your mobile number (and a parent.carer mobile number) to be added to a WhatsApp Group to keep you posted with what is going on and send Zoom links.
ZoomWe’ve found Zoom works well but may also look at Google Meet – so make sure Abby knows you want to be sent a link each time. Download it here.
Worth a look in lockdown
What does HBC believe about youth?
At Headington Baptist Church we value young people massively as we seek to develop and grow the next generation of believers to be bold in their convictions, born out of a deep understanding and love of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The youth team at HBC believe in the authority and power of the Bible, the work of the Spirit in young people’s lives and the impact of being part of a Church community as foundational to our youth ministry.
We are passionate for young people to have the opportunity to know God and to make God known. We have a range of activities for young people to attend. The heart behind them is based on what Paul writes in his first letter to the Church at Thessalonica:
2:8 “Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well.”
By investing in the young people by sharing the Gospel and our lives we pray that God will open the eyes of the blind and bring people from death to abundant life in Jesus (John 10:10/2 Corinthians 4:6).