As a church we believe we are transformed by the love of God in Jesus Christ which fills us with love for him that overflows to the world around us.

The vision for King’s Church Youth is to see 11-18 year olds in Manchester grow into that.

We believe that we are an incredibly important part of the church and when we meet, we seek to push forward and live free and on fire for God. We meet on Friday evenings throughout term time and every other Sunday during the Manchester AM meeting.

When and where?

Fridays

7:30pm every Friday during term time at King’s House.

Youth nights open with a cafe area, where you can come to play games and hang out. Every week is different but we have fun in God’s presence and allow the Holy Spirit to teach us more about Jesus and who we are.

Sundays

During the Manchester AM meeting three times out of every four weeks at King’s House.

Our Sunday sessions are about getting deep into the Bible and discussing what it means to know Jesus. We meet during the preach and it’s announced from the front when it’s on.

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"The most critical issue facing Christians is not abortion, pornography, the disintegration of the family, moral absolutes, MTV, drugs, racism, sexuality, or school prayer. The critical issue today is dullness. We have lost our astonishment. The Good News is no longer good news, it is okay news. Christianity is no longer life changing, it is life enhancing. Jesus doesn’t change people into wild-eyed radicals anymore; He changes them into “nice people.”. . . . What happened to radical Christianity, the un-nice brand of Christianity that turned the world upside-down? What happened to the category-smashing, life-threatening, anti-institutional gospel that spread through the first century like wildfire and was considered (by those in power) dangerous? What happened to the kind of Christians whose hearts were on fire, who had no fear, who spoke the truth no matter what the consequence, who made the world uncomfortable, who were willing to follow Jesus wherever He went?........ I’m ready for a Christianity that “ruins” my life, that captures my heart and makes me uncomfortable. . . . I want a faith that is considered ‘dangerous’ by our predictable and monotonous culture." - Robert F Capon ... See MoreSee Less

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