BTC Youth

Everything you need to know about our youth programme at Bromley Town Church

BTCY

All our young people in Years 7-13 are part of Bromley Town Church Youth, with various opportunities to for our teens and pre-teens to build great friendships, develop their faith, encounter God in worship and discover who they were created to be.


As well as our regular services and socials, our youth team organises times for the young people to dedicate time away from their busy lives to focus on God, joining with other young people at youth events such as Soul Survivor and BTCY weekends.

BTCY Sundays

BTCY Academy

Youth Academy runs every Sunday during term time for young people in Years 7-9. A typical Sunday sees our young people join with those in the main service for praise and worship, leaving the main hall around 10:50am to meet in The Lounge. The Youth Academy team is committed to provide a safe space for young people to explore their faith while equipping them to live for Jesus. Our three-year programme seeks to allow every young person to build on the foundations of faith, asking questions and being guided by Biblical wisdom and the Holy Spirit. We cover topics such as: how to really read the Bible, finding our God-given identity, building healthy relationships, hearing God's voice, and how to share our faith with others - as well as many more. The young people themselves are instrumental in helping us develop their learning programmes.


Each session includes interaction, games, opening the Bible and discussion led by our team of youth leaders.

BTCY Afterchurch

BTCY AfterChurch is runs every Sunday during term time for our young people in Years 10-13. We gather from 12-1pm after the main church service to chat, pray, and support one another in our faith. AfterChurch is a place where young people can be real about the challenges and highlights of their faith journey as teenagers in today's world. We encourage young people to serve in various areas in the church so we meet together after the service to make sure that we connect with each other and with God.


AfterChurch is about doing life together, cutting to the chase and supporting each other because living out your faith can be tough, but is so much easier when you've got friends cheering you on.

BTCY Socials

Once a month, usually on the first Sunday of the month, BTCY of all ages spend time enjoying each other's company. There is plenty to do near the church building in central Bromley so we often grab some food, and then head out to an activity, or hang in the park or stay at the church building to play games and have fun.

Got questions?

If you have further questions concerning our BTCY experience or visiting Bromley Town Church with young people, simply click the button below and get in touch with us!