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What is Nations Youth?
We are the youth department of Nations Church. Nations Youth is a high energy, fun, and safe environment for teenagers which runs regularly every Friday night program of the school term at the Nations Church Belmont and Myaree campuses. For teenagers attending the Port Kennedy campus, we provide transport to and from the Myaree campus youth program.
Our leaders run Connect Groups every Wednesday fortnight as well as various high school programs. Connect Groups ensure that each student is able to build good friendships in smaller environments and learn more about the Word of God.
What does our Friday night youth service look like?
Nations Youth begins with 'Hangtime'. On any given night there could be inflatables, gaming consoles, chill-out areas, basketball games, skate areas, music and many more activities during this time. Following Hangtime, you can expect Worship songs played by the Nations Youth Worship Team, and someone from our leadership team will speak on relevant topics based on Christian morals and values.
Our heart is for all teenagers to belong, believe and become all that they are called to be in God.
NOTE: Please make sure your teenager/s are dropped off and picked up at the correct times. It may also be beneficial to walk them to the sign-in desk to ensure they do come into our program.
What safety measures do we take?
Safety is our number one priority at Nations Youth.
As such, we require all our volunteers and leaders to undergo Volunteer Suitability Screening (VSS) which consists of our team members applying for and being approved to hold a Western Australian Working With Children Check (WWCC), completing referee checks and training modules in accordance to the Australian Christian Churches Child Protection Policy.
Risk analysis processes are used to vet all Friday night program and midweek high schools activities.
We need your help! Parent Patrol is a vital part of keeping the students safe during the Friday night program. No previous experience is required as all training will be provided on the night by a member of our senior pastoral team. With the yellow vests on- your presence alone can really make a difference.
You can choose to help:
Once a fortnight OR once a month OR even once a semester!
To help out or for more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (08) 9330 8306.