Deeper Roots is our 'Life Group' for anyone in school years 10-13 (aged 15-18).
It’s key for young people going through these years of transition to find a sense of belonging, identity and purpose. On alternate Sundays evening during term-time, we meet together to build friendships and discover more about God’s passion for us and the mission He’s given us.
Deeper Roots meets every Sunday morning during the school term-time at Crown Church from around 11am (or when the sung worship finishes) until 12noon.
Roots United gives young people in Uxbridge something a bit special on Sunday nights. With consoles, games, table tennis, good music and a healthy sprinkling of role models, Roots United is good news; there's even a pool...table.
Roots United is for school years 7 - 13 and is open from 6 - 8pm at Fountain’s Mill Young People’s Centre, 81 High St, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 1JR
Roots United Dates for 2017:
• January: 15th and 29th
• February: 5th and 19th
• March: 5th and 19th
• April: 2nd and 30th
• May: 7th and 21st
• June: 4th and 18th
• July: 2nd and 16th
We want young people at Crown Church to enjoy being themselves, build incredible friendships and have a genuine closeness to God. The endgame is to see young people have a God-shaped impact across the whole of society and into other nations.
To make this happen our youth work has three prongs all under the Roots banner; Living Roots, Deeper Roots and Roots United. We also we go away every summer for a week to a huge youth event called Newday.
Living Roots is our Sunday-morning group for young people in school years 7-9 (aged 12-14). It's a safe and fun place to learn about who God is and look at the incredible work he has done for us, and we don't hide from talking about the big challenges that young people face today.
Living Roots meets every Sunday morning during the school term-time at Crown Church from around 11am (or when the sung worship finishes) until 12noon.
Anita Ryan |
Anita lovingly tends to our financial accounts on a part-time basis and is also raising three children with husband Eoin. Has a contagiously happy disposition and a passion for cleanliness and order. Given her role, she spends a lot of time on a calculator; interestingly the world's first electronic, desktop calculator was invented in Uxbridge, appropriately named the Anita Mk VII