Our vision is to provide a welcoming community that is accepting and loving to ALL young people; enabling them to grow in relationship with each other and Christ.


As a youth team we currently:

 Develop spiritual growth and discipleship, building their knowledge in scripture

  • Integrate ALL young people involved in and around Broadmead, developing their understanding on being a part of the wider church body.

  • Organise social events where young people can come together as a group to develop relationships.

  • Motivate the youth to take ownership of their own personal faith.

  • Provide extra groups alongside church where young people have ‘during the week’ input.

  • Empower young people by giving them opportunities to become young leaders.

  • Offer mentoring sessions to youth for one to one provision and support.



In our morning gathering we run youth sessions every Sunday for 11-18 year olds. We run similar sessions for the same age group in our PM gathering also.

In our Sunday sessions are passionate about fun, faith and family. We spend time playing games, studying the bible, having group discussions and praying and worshiping together. We study relevant and current issues facing our young people aiming to equip them week by week as they go into their communities, schools and colleges.

It is also really important to us that our youth feel apart of the wider church family. Therefore youth are always encouraged to get involved and serve in other areas of ministry throughout the church.



Every other Friday evening we open up a family home from 7-9pm. This fortnightly group gives the young people a chance to chill together, play games, eat food, catch up and build on their relationships with each other. The Friday night socials are welcome to all youth in years 7-10 and is great evening to invite friends to.



XLR8 is a group that runs fortnightly on Sunday evenings, 7-9pm. This is a group open to all young people in years 10-13. Here we love to relax at the end of our weeks, catching up, playing games and eating food. We often have games nights or baking competitions, dependent on what the youth have requested at the time. When the weather is good we sometimes go to the local park to buy ice cream and play games together.



As a youth group we understand just how important it is to have time together outside of our usual weekly groups. We love it when we get the chance to hang out and get to know each other more whilst doing fun and exciting activities. Going to Laserzone, Trampoline parks and having BBQs and walks at our local park is just a few of the activities we enjoy. We also regularly attend Saturday Celebrations at Soul Survivor Church in Watford. This gives the youth a great opportunity to worship, pray and learn more about their faith with other young people of their age.



We love to either go to large Christian festivals, such as The Big Church Day Out or Soul Survivor Festival or we run weekends for the youth independently each year. We 

love for youth to invite their friends and offer exciting challenges, games and activities whilst also giving opportunities for prayer, worship and engaging talks. The young people always leave the holiday having had the best time and made the most special memories.




AHoF is a youth drop-in centre for young people ages 11-18 and is run weekly on Wednesday evenings. It is located behind the police box on the corner of Park Avenue South and Wellingborough road. AHoF is a brilliant project which has been running for a few years now where an old abandoned building has been transformed with a kitchen area, toilet, pool table and comfortable sofa seating inside, specifically with young people in mind.


Each week young people come to play games, chill and eat biscuits together. We often get involved with local events such as Northampton in Bloom and enjoy social trips out together when we can. AHoF is free for the young people and is supported by the local churches, the local authority, Northamptonshire Association of Youth Clubs (NAYC) and Clubs for Young People (CFYP).



For more information, contact Jodie

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