City Youth Junior
A home for youth exploring Jesus.
Have fun, deepen friendships & learn to apply the Bible to your life.
City Youth Junior is lively and fresh. It is a place where youth in school years 5–10 enjoy having fun, deepening friendships and learning to apply the Bible to their lives.
Watch what it's like at City Youth:
What is City Youth Junior?
Grace City is committed to providing an inspiring, interesting and biblically rich youth ministry. Our vision is to see thousands of teenagers fully committed to following Christ.
At City Youth Junior we aim to encourage teenagers of our church to grow in their understanding of the Bible and their love of Jesus Christ.
City Youth Junior is for kids in school years 5-10.
School years 11-12 are encouraged to attend the adult service
and join a mid-week community group.
Once a term the teenagers in City Youth Junior have an opportunity to join our social events.
This is a wonderful time for the teenagers at Grace City Youth to develop deeper friendships and connect as a group.
It is also an excellent avenue to invite friends along, who in time may also be interested in joining City Junior Youth. At the socials we generally enjoy a meal together followed by a fun activity.
What some have said about City Youth Junior...
A teenage girl was challenged and encouraged by the exploration of God and Science in a series at City Youth. She said ‘I didn’t think that God and Science could fit together. But now I think that God and Science tell us different things. For example, the bible tells us why the world was made and Science tells us how the world was made.’
After the City Youth social a mother said ‘The boys had a great time. My son’s friend who visited, said the discussions were very interesting and wants to come back to church’. The youth leader followed up with ‘This teen articulated the gospel in our prayer group with his own analogy of a wound and band aid’.
A teenage girl in City Youth said ‘In our recent series on the book of the bible called James, I learnt that if you become a Christian it means you change the way you live and act. For example, as a Christian I have to have more self control. I think being a Christian helps me to be a better person.’
Next Gen Director
If you have any questions about our City Kids program, get in touch with Emma, our Next Gen director.
We look welcoming you and your family at Grace City and City Kids.