Welcome to Duncan United Church Youth Group
Duncan United Church youth group meets Friday nights during the school year for fun and friendship.
What is Youth Group?
- get together and hang out with friends
- a safe place to go
- fun way of worshipping God
- help to serve our church and community
- meet new friends
- it’s fun!
Everyone is welcome and encouraged to bring a friend. Erin Arrowsmith coordinates our Children and Youth Ministry and may be contacted through the church office (746-6043) for further information about the groups or about the schedule of events. You can also check out our Facebook page to connect with DUC youth!
What Do You Do At Youth Group?
Anyone in Grades Four through Twelve can come to Duncan United Church youth group. We play games together, have a snack and talk about things that are important to us. Some of our favourite activities are:
- games, games, games! Like Wavey, Wavey and Sardines!
- going swimming and bowling
- helping with church events like pancake breakfasts, garage sales and Harvest Fair
- going to Camp Pringle
- ice cream sundaes
If you would like to join us at youth group, please fill out both pages of the registration form and bring it to a youth group meeting. We meet most Friday nights from 7 to 8:30 pm, so check out our Calendar of Events for what we’re up to.
Every year, usually in the Spring, young people in Grade 8 and up are invited to join our minister for our Youth Confirmation program. During these sessions, you will explore your faith and what it means to belong to the United Church. At the end of this special time together, if you choose, you will be welcomed as a full member of Duncan United Church and the United Church of Canada.
Your Duncan United Church
Would you like to know more about our own church? Go to the Duncan United Church Home page to try some of these pages:
Our People, History, SundayJourney and Events
Here are some links to other websites that you may find interesting.
Camp Pringle– our United Church camp at Shawnigan Lake. Duncan United Church Youth Group gets together for a great weekend camp at Camp Pringle in early February – and – there are lots of other opportunities for young people to enjoy a camping experience at Spring Break and during the summer!
Free the Children– an international charity and educational partner, founded by Canadian brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger, which works to empower and enable youth to be agents of change.