In Luke 15, Jesus tells a story about two sons who both lost their way and a father who did everything in his power to bring them home.

This weekend we're going to explore what it means to be lost, in what ways we're like those two sons and how incredible it is to be found by God and welcomed home to where you belong. We’ll tackle the big questions of life and consider what it is we’re living for.

What is happening? A weekend youth camp with a bunch of youth and leaders from St Lucia Bible Church and Christ Community Church. There will be crazy activities, chill out time, Bible talks and discussion, a camp fire (weather permitting) a bushwalk to a swimming hole and amazing food!

Who is it for? People in grade 6-12, please feel free to invite friends along

When is it? meet at 4pm Friday 9th November at St Lucia Guide Hall (31 Guilfoyle St) and returning to the hall by 3pm Sunday 11th November

Where is it? In Lamington National Park at the Log Cabin Camp at Natural Bridge, surrounded by rainforest.

How much does it cost? $100 for transport to and from camp, accommodation, food and activities.


Youth Group

Every Friday 7pm-9pm, during term time
St Lucia Guide Hall,
31 Guilfoyle Street, St Lucia.

If you’re in high-school (years 7 – 12), then come and join us!

Newcomers and visitors are always welcome!

Youth Group is a place to hear about Jesus. It’s a place to think through what it means to follow him in the everyday. It’s a place to ask hard questions, invite friends to, hang out with other teenagers, eat together, laugh together, have crazy adventures together – and grow together in this crazy adventure of life that God has given us.

Our goal is to see young people raised up as faithful followers of Jesus, equipped to handle his word, and passionate about sharing Him with their friends.

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BREAKFAST CLUB

Every Sunday 9:30am-11am, during term time
Ironside State School
High-school years 7-12 + year 6 for term 4

Sunday Mornings, when the kids head to Kidschurch, Junior High students get together with their leader for “Breakfast Club” where they eat a late breakky, read the Bible and chat about life, God, and whatever else is going on.