- I’m New
Welcome to EV Youth! We'd be stoked to meet you at one of our Friday night gatherings, or in a small group or on one of our camps.
Check out these pages if you're hungry for more info.
Who is Jesus?
He made huge claims. He claimed to bring life in it's fullest, forgive sins, give eternal life, set people free. He claimed to be equal with God and the rightful ruler of our lives. He backed up his claims by dying and rising again as a fact of history.
If these claims are true, they are insanely good news and demand a response. Have you looked into Jesus?
- What’s OnMenu
Every term is different at EV Youth. Most Friday nights we are at the same place doing the usual sweet stuff, but a few times each term there are special events that it's good to know about in advance.
Click the links below to find out what's happening this term.
Sign up for the email newsletter for occasional updates to make sure you stay in the loop.
You can also like us on facebook or twitter to get updates.
- Bible Talks
Check this section for:
- resources like Bible talks, music
- daily reading notes, Bible Studies
- info and resources for parents
- info and resources for leaders.
This area under construction - stay tuned!
Some of our best and closest friendships began in EV Youth, so we’re keen to help you ‘get connected’ and form friendships as easily as possible.
Here are a few different ways:
1) Just turn up on a Friday night
When you turn up, look out for the “Welcome Table”, where some friendly teens and leaders will be ready to say hi to you. They will introduce you to some leaders and teens in your year, who will hang out with you and make sure you’re having a good time.
We also have a time each Friday night called “Fresh”, where any new dudes or dudettes can come to get some yummy food and we can hear your story and get to know you a bit more.
If you’re there hanging out on Friday nights and getting involved in what is going on, we’re confident you’ll make some great friendships.
2) Call ahead and let us know to look out for you.
If you want to, you can call up in advance to let us know you’re coming. We’ll let the leaders who look after your year know to look out for you.
3) Jump into a G-Team
If the energy and crowd of a Friday night sounds too scary, you’ll find G-Teams are a great way to get connected. G-Teams are small groups that meet each week. They’re more personal and relaxed, with a focus on having a look at the Bible and sharing life together.
If you come along to a G-Team each week, you’ll find that over time you form some really great friendships.
These meet at various times, so the best way to jump into one is to ask a leader or contact us.
4) Come along to a camp
Every year we run a bunch of camps:
- Summerfest in January.
- PHAT in April.
- Epica, Summer Madness, and SCAMP around December.
We’ve heard lots of people say that they really felt connected after coming on a camp. There’s simply no better way to get to know people than spending a bunch of days doing crazy things together, and building memories.
If you’re keen to get connected and there’s a camp coming up, make sure you get along to it. You’ll have a great time, and there’s a good chance you’ll come home with a bunch of great friendships.
PHAT in particular is phenomenal. Heaps of people tell us “This was the best week I’ve ever had”. So stay tuned for that!
If you would like more info…
Or to have someone contact you, please let us know.