Children's & Youth Ministries
Children and Youth Ministries at St. Paul's Cathedral is always busy coming up with ways for our younger members and friends to learn more about the church and our traditions, nurture and express their faith, and have fun while building friendships. We have youth group and other activities which run throughout the year. We also have yearly events such as our live nativity, the annual Easter egg hunt, and our vacation bible school. St. Paul's also holds diocesan events for young people including Crash The Cathedral which takes place 4 times during the school year. Below is a description of some of our events. Keep checking out this page for event dates and information!
Call: 519-434-3225 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sunday Children & Youth Ministries
When & Where: Sundays @ 10:00am at St. Paul's Cathedral
Who & What: Children and youth, ages 4-18, are called up to the front for the commissioning before heading upstairs. Children, ages 4-9, spend time together learning with the Godly Play curriculum while youth, ages 10-18, take part in games, activities and have discussion which include elements from the "re:form" curriculum and other resources. C&Y Ministries follows a schedule where they alternate between Sundays when they have regular classes and Sundays when they have C&Y eucharists in their chapel upstairs.
St. Paul's Youth Group
When & Where: 2 Fridays evenings each month at St. Paul's Cathedral
Who & What: Ages 9-18 years old come together for discussion, games, and activities such as our Rock-A-Thon Fundraiser. We only occasionally go off-site for trips.
We invite you to check out S.P.Y.G.'s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SpygSaintPaulsYouthGroup
Crash the Cathedral
Four Crashes are held at St. Paul's Cathedral during the school year (September, Advent, Lent, and late spring)
Join us for an Anglican service with a modern twist. Young people and families from any denomination and parish in the diocese are welcome to join us at this fun and interactive service which includes participation by those who attend (e.g. do readings, read prayers, etc.). The service includes upbeat music provided by local groups and is followed by a reception with snacks and games.
We invite you to check out the Crash Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Crash-the-Cathedral-Saint-Pauls-London/261210600578187