Youth Ministry

Our Youth Minister, Yener, runs a variety of activities for young people at Church on the Heath. The normal activities are described below (Information about activities for under 11’s can be found on our Children’s page).

STOP PRESS – we’re restarting meetings in person:
  • Unite (use to be HUW) – Wednesdays 8pm-9pm
    • 31st March – outside
    • Break for Easter holidays
    • From 21st April – inside
  • Rooted – Thursdays 6pm-7pm
    • 1st April – outside
    • Break for Easter holidays 
    • From 22nd April – inside
You need to contact Yener if you are planning to come, as there will be limited spaces because of government regulations.
For more information, individual support, or to book places, please contact:
Yener, Youth Minister
Mob- 07986 705 222

Normal Activities Pre-Covid


Roots – Youth Group:

Sunday mornings throughout the academic year for those in school years 7-12 (aged 11+). Lots of fun and a chance to learn more about God.

During the first morning service, the young people meet upstairs to the Youth Room for a session involving a variety of activities. These include a chance to get to know others through quick-fire icebreakers, a variety of games, a time for worship and prayer, and a short talk about a relevant topic focusing on a small bible passage.

Previous topics have included: Double life, Being a good influence, and Actions speak louder.

A variety of refreshments are also provided – apple and orange juice, brioche, and a selection of other snacks for those with food allergies or intolerances.

Those aged 15+ are welcome to arrive earlier to help set up and lead Roots which provides a new way to engage with the youth group. Tasks can include preparing the refreshments, organising the youth room, and readying an activity for the session each week.


Youth Cafe:

An after-school café in the church in term time for Year 7+.

Free donut and hot chocolate, plus Tuck Shop that sells sweets that Morrison’s doesn’t have.

Come along and join in the activities or just chill.

Located at the Church on the Heath; hosted by CotHY Ministry.



Evening Youth Group:
VIBE  happens every Wednesday evening during term time between 6pm-7pm for Year 7+.  Free entry!  Refreshments provided, plus Tuck Shop that sells sweets that Morrison’s doesn’t have!

We take over the whole church building for one hour:

  • 45 mins of games + activities
  • 10 mins craft or skill session
  • 5 mins God Spot

Located at the Church on the Heath; hosted by CotHY Ministry

VIBE Leaders:

Older youth (years 9 – 13, aged 15+) can volunteer to help lead VIBE.  These meet earlier at 5:30pm to set up.  At the end of the evening (from 7pm to 8pm) there is informal time – make use of the youth facilities, Prepare for Duke of Edinburgh Awards, or just chill out.



Do you have deep Questions?
Do you want to have fun?
Do you like Pizza?
Are you year 7+?

Come and chew the fat with us as we explore what it means to know God personally:

  • 20 mins – Pizza, Drinks & Chat
  • 40 mins – Going Deeper, plus Q&A time
  • 30 mins – Games & Activities

Join “rootED”, our Young Christian Discipleship Group for Year 7+

At Church on the Heath, hosted by CotHY Ministry.

Other Activities and Events

Social Events:

We try to do something socially every few months for young people to bring friends along to. Previous activities include film nights, donutting, ice skating and Quizzes.

Also keep an eye on the calendar for upcoming events – this is updated regularly and will take into account last minute changes and cancellations.

Informal chats:

Need a chat about faith, life, school or something else?  We love meeting up in coffee shops, eating cake and listening to what’s going on in your life.  We’re quite friendly, honest!  Speak to us at one of the youth groups to arrange a time.


There are 4 fantastic schools workers in our town, who work for Fleet and Crookham Churches Together in Schools.  They regularly take assemblies; and help with RE lessons, Christian Unions, school trips and other events.  If you see them hanging around your school in their FACCTS polo shirts do say “hello!”  More information about FACCTS is available on their Facebook page.

If you’re at Calthorpe Park secondary school, come along to CU:

  • Lunch Club – Wednesday Lunchtimes, 12.40 to 1:15 – fun activities; refreshments (packet of crisps, chocolate bar and drink); and a 5 to 10 minute “God Spot”
  • Youth Alpha – Thursday Lunchtimes, 12.40 to 1:15 – come along and have interesting conversations about everything including faith with each other.  Find out & explore more about what Christians actually believe.