We believe that God is an exciting, life changing and transforming God, who loves to make a difference in the world through young people. We want to see each young person build friendships, encounter the love of God, be encouraged, changed and equipped to impact their world by God’s power.
Lighthouse runs two groups, one for Years 7-9 and one for Years 10-13. Each group alternates the week on which they meet. Please see the church calendar on our website for which group is meeting on a given Friday.
Year 7-9: If you’re in Year 7-9 join us for games, messy challenges and a talk. We’ll have loads of other fun stuff going on too. Don’t forget your face mask. If you need more information please contact email@example.com
Year 10-13: If you’re in Year 10-13 join us for a great time on a Friday evening. There will be time to build friendships with one another as well as a relevant talk. We’ll have loads of other fun stuff going on too. Don’t forget your face mask. If you need more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Sundays are also based on an alternating week pattern for each age group, just like a Friday. Join us on a Sunday afternoon as we hang-out together, worship God and look at the Bible. We will then have some time to discuss how we can apply the Bible to our lives.
Please see the church calendar for which group is meeting on a given Sunday afternoon.
For more information or to express an interest in getting involved in the youth work at Reading Family Church, please get in touch via the button below.
Reading Family Church regards the protection and safeguarding of children and young people as a priority. In the interests of safety and wellbeing of all, Reading Family Church youth workers have an up-to-date enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) certificate.
At RFC we take the protection of our children and vulnerable adults seriously. We have a comprehensive Safeguarding Policy available to read on request.
If you would like to raise any concerns in relation to safeguarding then contact our safeguarding co-ordinator Sarah Horne, or our safeguarding officer, Scott Taylor, via the church office.
We ask parents to be aware that outside of the supervised activities for children and youth, they are responsible for the welfare and care of their own children and that the site is open to all members of the public.
“We want to see young people transformed by God’s love, and used by him to bring transformation to the world” Tex Chettiar