Are you sick fly or on point? Then you'll probably enjoy chilling with our young people.

At BCC, we have a large number of young people who, together and with their leaders, work out how to be real, live like Jesus and grow in their relationship with each other. We encourage everyone to ask awkward questions and have a faith of their own.

 
 
These guys are so fresh they make Justin Bieber look old. Our 11 to 14 year olds meet on Sundays to chat about topics like ‘does God care about gaming?’ and ‘how do I cope with my family being difficult?'.  These times together involve games and interactive teaching.

These guys are so fresh they make Justin Bieber look old. Our 11 to 14 year olds meet on Sundays to chat about topics like ‘does God care about gaming?’ and ‘how do I cope with my family being difficult?'.  These times together involve games and interactive teaching.

These guys have seen it all. They’ve been round the block a few times and they don’t mince their words. Our 15 to 18 year olds also meet on Sundays to chat about topics like ‘does hell exist?’, ‘is God real?’ and ‘do we exist before birth?’. These times might involve videos, reading or just a lot of chat. Each session together focuses on a particular topic and often takes the format of a Q&A.

These guys have seen it all. They’ve been round the block a few times and they don’t mince their words. Our 15 to 18 year olds also meet on Sundays to chat about topics like ‘does hell exist?’, ‘is God real?’ and ‘do we exist before birth?’. These times might involve videos, reading or just a lot of chat. Each session together focuses on a particular topic and often takes the format of a Q&A.

 
 
 
 

Small groups & Mentoring

Just like the rest of our family, young people also take part in a Life Encounter Group where they spend more time in the Bible, pray together, go out for food and drinks and share what’s going on in their lives.

Each member of the older youth group is also paired with another member of our family who meets with them regularly to chat over life and faith stuff in more depth. They might go out and share breakfast together or get their nails done. 

Socials

Twice every school term both the older and younger youth groups have a social event together. Recent events have included a games night, a visit to see London’s Christmas lights, a day on the Emirates cable cars and a film night. These are times for us to let out hair down together and just have fun, as well as invite school friends and others along.