Youth Groups In Dunedin

There’s no better way to grow up than amongst friends that you can trust. Join a youth group community, and you’ll develop skills, increase your self esteem, learn Christian values and have a whole heap of fun along the journey. Search our groups for young people below.

 

Youth Mentoring & Leadership

The best part of a youth programme is the underlying support of youth mentoring and leadership. We’re not talking about youth workers, it’s the peer-to-peer relationships where positive youths look after each other. Older members tend to look after the newbies and adopt them into the social setting so everyone feels comfortable as quickly as possible. Teens can have tough times, so those who are in a good place provide a shoulder, they listen, and they encourage.

Caversham Community Church

CAVY Youth Ministry

Sunday School (Ages 7-12) Sunday 10:00am, Tū Kaha (Ages 12-18) Friday, 6:30pm- 8:30pm
Meet @ 17 Playfair Street, Caversham
https://www.cavycommunitychurch.org.nz/children-and-youth/

Dunedin City Baptist

Highschool (year 9-13)

Every Wednesday Night during school term

Years 9-13 welcome from 7:00pm-9:00pm
Dunedin City Baptist Church, 19 Main South Rd, Concord
https://dcbc.co.nz/?page_id=185

East Tairi Baptist Church

R@NDM? (Highschool)

Every Friday night during school term

Years 9-13 welcome from 7:00pm-9:00pm
12a cemetry road, mosgiel
https://etchurch.co.nz/youth-ministry/

Elim Church Dunedin

High School (year 9-13)

Every Friday night during school term

Year 9-13 Welcome from 6:30pm – 8.30pm
71 Harrow St, Dunedin
https://www.elimdunedin.com/youth

Equippers – Dunedin

Evolution Youth Group (Highschool)

Every Friday night during school term

Years 9-13 welcome from 7:00pm-9:00pm
24 Union St, Dunedin
https://www.equipperschurch.com/locations/dunedin https://www.facebook.com/revoyouth/

Leith Valley Presbyterian

Highschool (Years 9-13)

Every Tuesday night during school term

Years 9-13 welcome from 7:00pm-9:00pm
267 Malven St, Leith Valley
https://www.leithvalley.org.nz/youth

FAQs about Dunedin & Otago Youth Activities

How often do youth groups get involved in community projects?

As part of youth development, most organisations for young people that are led with Christian values adopt a culture of giving back. This means volunteering to giving service to those in need is an essential part of the education within a youth group. How often these community development tasks occur is at the discretion of each group, but the values are definitely ingrained.

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