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Youth/Young Adults

Youth Ministry @ KSBC

State Youth Games teamYoung People on the whole have a raw enthusiasm for life, one that says ‘I’m invincible’. The truth is they’re all on a journey searching for friendship, belonging, identity, significance and can be fragile. Given the right environment, encouragement and opportunities we believe young people can do incredible things. Here at KSBC we offer a safe environment where young people can have fun, meet and develop friendships, be encouraged, discuss relevant life issues and provide opportunities to explore Jesus. Please feel free to contact our Youth Pastor, Richard on 9762 8954 or email direct if you want to know more about our Youth Programs.


BLAST (grade 6 to year 8)
Belonging, Learning and Sharing Together

Our BLAST group generally meets fortnightly on a Friday evening for events from 7pm to 9pm either on the church property or at other locations. Off site venues may include: parks, shopping centre, Timezone, campsites, Hisence Arena.

As for HOME GROUPS, this age Young People meet each week on Sunday Mornings in our Youth Lounge… see SuMo below.

Slam guysSLAM: (Year 9 to 12)
Serving, Loving and Mateship

Our SLAM group generally meets with our Blast group: Friday evening from 7pm to 9pm. They also have some combined events with our Rage group and their occasional own activity. Activities have included: Mission Impossible, Beach, Rockclimbing,  Wavepool, State Youth Games and Opportunities to Serve in the community.

We have HOME GROUPS available for people to join. They generally meet at various homes and some are weekly and some fortnightly. They are a Great Opportunity to meet friends and learn more about a faith in Jesus!

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Young Adults (18-25)  

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SuMo: (Grade 6 to Year 8)
SUnday MOrning

This is our Sunday Morning ‘Home Group’ for this age group where they can build friendships their own age and learn more about a faith in Jesus.  They meet during a part of the morning service out in the ‘Youth Lounge’.