God loves young people. It’s personal.
That’s why we believe it’s important to keep relationship at the heart of everything we do.
It’s our core value and underpins our vision as we seek to build:
- Our relationships with young people
- The young people’s relationships with each other
- Strong relationships in the life of our local community
- Their relationships with their Father, God
Sunday Morning Youth is a place you can come and eat food, hang out together, and discuss topics that are relevant to young people. We often do sessions looking at particular Bible characters or we’ll look at a theme and incorporate lessons from scripture into the discussion.
Sign in on the ground floor and then come to the relevant room – Don’t go into the Auditorium!
Younger Youth (Year 7&8) – The Hub (2nd floor)
Older Youth (Year 9+) – The Chapel (1st floor)
Our Sunday evening hang-out, where we go to hosts from the church’s houses to eat food and have a laugh together. We often have a fire pit and maybe some fun activities provided by our great hosts (we’ll let you know who’s hosting each week). Why don’t you join us at our 6.30pm service first?
Older Youth (Year 9+)
If the weather is bad, we will meet in the Riverside rooms (1st floor)- 8-9pm
(Younger Youth- Year 7&8’s – other years welcome)
£1 entry (first time free) – bring money for tuck
Monday Night Football
Chat to Abby if you’re interested in joining
To find out more about our midweek events, please contact us: email@example.com
A small group of similar-aged young people, meeting together for Bible studies and to discuss topics relevant for their stages of life and interests, as well as to pray and have fun together.
(Year 8&9 Mixed)
Charlie Matthews’ house
Circle of Life
(Year 10&11 Girls)
(Year 10&11 Boys)
Church – The Hub (2nd floor)
(Year 12&13 Mixed)
Steve & Helena Hubbard’s house
If you would like to join a Life Group or to find out more, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Events and Trips
As part of his visit to the Guildford Diocese, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is being joined by Christian rapper Guvna B to offer young people a chance to ask them questions, and hear how they think young people can make the most of their lives.
Sunday 26th September
7-8.30pm (meet in the Christ’s College entrance hall from 6.30pm)
Younger & Older Youth
Tell us you’re coming (it’s free!)
Job Vacancy - Youth Pastor
⭐️ Do you have a passion for building
relationships and discipling young people?
⭐️ Do you have experience leading a youth group and
a committed team of volunteers?
⭐️ Do you have a vision to facilitate Youth Ministry
within the context of the church and the community?
🤗 If so, we’d love to hear from you! 🤗
Meet the Team
Abby has been a part of Millmead since 2016 when she moved to Guildford to complete her 3 year placement for her Theology & Youth Ministry degree at St Mellitus College, London. Before that, she grew up in Crawley and studied Education Studies at the University of Winchester. After finishing studying, she stayed on as our Youth Worker.
In her spare time she likes to be with her family and friends, watching films she’s seen millions of times, and you can always make her happy with a Wagamama!
Volunteer With Us!
If you would like to find out about how you can help out, contact Abby: email@example.com
All of our volunteers are DBS checked and are required to attend Safeguarding training