SDBC Youth is for anyone in grades 8 to 12. Our goal at SDBC Youth is to equip the saints. This means that we want to disciple students to be mature in their faith so they can go out and make disciples in their schools and workplaces. We aim to see a day where every youth in South Delta has a connection with a disciple of Christ.
Due to COVID-19, our weekly gatherings on Sunday nights have been postponed until further notice. Check below for our online events and #stayconnected.
All events will take place online.
Anyone in grade 8 through 12 is welcome to attend our online events.
Sundays // 7PM
Question & Answer Series
James Cox, one of our Youth Interns, will be going through a series based on your top burning questions. You can DM the youth team via Instagram any questions you have about faith and life and we will do our best to get you the answers you need!
Join us on Zoom Sunday evenings at 7PM (visit our Instagram page for login details) to have your questions answered and to spend some time hanging out together as a youth group.
Every Friday we will have a weekly challenge featured on our Instagram page. Look for them every Friday and see if you have what it takes to complete the challenge!
Check-in Groups are small group chats on Instagram between a leader and a few youth. These chats give us an opportunity to check-in weekly to see how everyone is doing, to pray for each other, and also to have some fun with friends and leaders. DM us to get involved in a Check-in Group.
SALT SPRING ISLAND 2020: UPDATE FROM PASTOR JORDAN
After much prayer and discernment, we will be cancelling our annual SDBC Salt Spring Youth Trip this year. There are a number of factors and variables that have led the youth team to this decision. We have waited to see the how, when, and what of the provinces plan regarding easing Covid-19 restrictions as summer approaches. However, with the extension of our state of emergency for an additional two weeks into May and uncertainty for what June and July will look like regarding Covid-19 safety guidelines and protocols, we will not be able to move forward with the trip this year.
This would have been our 23rd year in a row sending a youth team to Salt Spring Island providing an unique opportunity for students to connect, learn, serve, and grow as disciples (personally, this would have been my 22nd year being a part of the trip). We like to rally around Acts 2:42-47 as our theme verses each year. Reading through these verses, I'm encouraged that even though our youth group will not be heading over to Salt Spring this summer, we can still rally around these verses and grow as disciples in our current season of life. We can, like the early church, devote ourselves "to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers." It's in light of this that I look forward to seeing how God will provide unique ways for our youth group to continue to connect, learn, serve, and grow as disciples.
For any questions regarding Salt Spring, please e-mail Pastor Jordan.
Follow us on Instagram @youthsdbc or join our Facebook group to stay up to date on all of our events throughout the summer. If you have any questions about our youth ministry programs, email James Cox, Youth Intern.