Sharing Christ to Berowra


The Bible reminds us that God loves young people (and adults!).

At St Mark’s our youth ministries have long been wonderful places where high school students can get to know this God who loves them, and grow more like Jesus!

Our youth ministries primarily take place on Friday nights, with some Bible study groups during the week!

We are committed to our Diocesan policies and standards on Safe Ministry – click on the drop down menu above to find information on our Safe Ministry practices.

Also scroll through the drop down menus above to find out more about our other youth ministries!

Here to register your young people for E3? Click here

E3 is our youth group for high-schoolers.

It’s on most  Friday nights during the public school term from 7pm-9:30pm. We meet at Berowra Anglican Church (18 Berowra Waters Road).

The most important thing we do at Youth Group is learn about Jesus and help young people grow in their faith. We want to do that in the most fun and exciting way possible. We hang out, play some awesome games, listen to talks from the bible and think about it in small groups, enjoy delicious supper, pray for each other and go on great outings. Our leaders run 2 camps a year for the whole youth group, and we take youth in years 9-12 on a weekend conference called KYCK in April each year.

We have about 40 youth attend each week, and 14 adult leaders. The cost each week is $2 for supper.

Here are some special events for Term 4

18 October –      First night of Term 4,

First night for year 6 of 2019 to join us!

8 November –   Scavenger hunt! (permission note needed)

13 December –   End of year Party (and final night of Youth Group for the year)

In year 6 at school this year?

We invite year 6 to join us during term 4 each year. This helps them get to know each other and build great friendships before beginning high school. The first night you can come is October 18th. If you’re in year 6 come along and invite your friends!

Have you checked out our Facebook page?

Do you want to contact our youth minister Abe?