Youth Group

Our youth and young adults ministry encourages them to become involved and active members in the wider community. Fun, faith, and social justice are at the heart of our programming.

They meet on Sunday mornings for faith formation, and during the week meet for various activities ranging from scavenger hunts and bowling, to preparing food and serving at Out of the Cold dinners in the Etobicoke area, and other outreach activities such as the Dorothy Ley Hospice Bed Race.

To learn more about getting involved, contact our youth leader at youth@stgeorgesonthehill.ca

To register for the Youth Group please click here to fill out our Youth Group Registration Form

Tutoring

St. George’s runs a tutoring program called the Etobicoke Learning Cooperative. Whether you need help with a school subject, or want to offer help to others, you are always welcome to participate.

Virtual Events

Stay tuned to this page for information about the latest Youth Group events and activities. Please note this information is being updated for 2020-2021

 

James Noronha - June 14, 2020

Virtual Messy Church @3PM - The Good Samaritan

MARK IT ON YOUR CALENDAR! - TODAY AT 3PM IS VIRTUAL MESSY CHURCH!!! Bring the whole family for an hour of Stories, Games and Crafts!

Father Michelle will be bringing us the story of the Good Samaritan and a conversation about how we see and treat one another even when our leaders look the other way.

Kathleen and Katie will be leading us in some games and finally Mya will be bringing us a very current craft we'll be making Masks!

How to Join! It's Easy! Click on the link below to connect through Zoom!

What you'll need!
1. An old T-shirt - that you don't plan on using as a t-shirt again! (it can be coloured or white)
2. Some Markers, or Fabric paint if you'd like to decorate your mask!
3. Elastics or Hair elastics (These may or may not be used)
4. A pair of scissors and an adult or youth to help you use them!
3. A snack!
4. Yourself and a whole lot of energy!


A Few Last Thoughts
We know that the past few weeks have been difficult ones for many and we'd invite you to reach out if you are in need of anything. We also know the things that our kids are seeing in the world around us right now are difficult to explain. There are some fantastic resources out there to help and I'm happy to make them available for you as needed. As a starting point however Sesame Street and CNN have done some outstanding work that is very accessible for children on Anti-Racism (and unrelated also on COVID-19) I'd invite you to check them out as they may be a great way to introduce these topics to your children and see how they are feeling. The links can be found below.

From Series: "Youth Group"

Youth Group Events

Sesame Street / CNN Town Hall on Racism     Sesame Street / CNN - ABC's of Coronavirus     Join Messy Church

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James Noronha - June 14, 2020

Virtual Messy Church @3PM - The Good Samaritan

MARK IT ON YOUR CALENDAR! - TODAY AT 3PM IS VIRTUAL MESSY CHURCH!!! Bring the whole family for an hour of Stories, Games and Crafts!

Father Michelle will be bringing us the story of the Good Samaritan and a conversation about how we see and treat one another even when our leaders look the other way.

Kathleen and Katie will be leading us in some games and finally Mya will be bringing us a very current craft we'll be making Masks!

How to Join! It's Easy! Click on the link below to connect through Zoom!

What you'll need!
1. An old T-shirt - that you don't plan on using as a t-shirt again! (it can be coloured or white)
2. Some Markers, or Fabric paint if you'd like to decorate your mask!
3. Elastics or Hair elastics (These may or may not be used)
4. A pair of scissors and an adult or youth to help you use them!
3. A snack!
4. Yourself and a whole lot of energy!


A Few Last Thoughts
We know that the past few weeks have been difficult ones for many and we'd invite you to reach out if you are in need of anything. We also know the things that our kids are seeing in the world around us right now are difficult to explain. There are some fantastic resources out there to help and I'm happy to make them available for you as needed. As a starting point however Sesame Street and CNN have done some outstanding work that is very accessible for children on Anti-Racism (and unrelated also on COVID-19) I'd invite you to check them out as they may be a great way to introduce these topics to your children and see how they are feeling. The links can be found below.

From Series: "Youth Group"

Youth Group Events

Sesame Street / CNN Town Hall on Racism     Sesame Street / CNN - ABC's of Coronavirus     Join Messy Church

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