Our young people live in a constantly changing world where they face difficulties, temptations and pressure to conform to the world. Only the transforming grace of our Lord Jesus Christ gives them true purpose and meaning.
We want to help every young person who joins us grow in his or her relationship with Jesus — to know him, serve him and share the gospel with others wherever he or she is. Whether as youths (ages 12-19) or young adults (ages 20-30), as they grow in their faith, we also want to help them transit the different life stages — tertiary studies, National Service, career, courtship, marriage, etc.; so that even in the midst of these changes, God will continue to sustain their faith and transform them.
When do we meet?
Sundays—9.30am to 11.15am
We meet to study God’s Word through our Sunday Youth Fellowship and Young Adult Cell meetings before joining the rest of the LPPC family for Sunday Service at 11.30 am. Each Sunday, our youths and young adults gather in small groups where they read the Bible, learn God’s Word and share how they can apply it in their lives. They also learn to love one another by encouraging and praying for one another. Monthly Saturday Gatherings—4pm to 7pm
This happens every third Saturday of the month. We usually have a time of games or an activity, a time of sharing and learning, and then dinner together. Occasionally we head out of church for other activities. These gatherings also provide us with an opportunity to invite friends to come join us and see how we live out our Christian lives. Monthly Sport Sundays—2pm to 5pm
This monthly activity happens every first Sunday of the month where we hang out together playing sports with the rest of the LPPC family. Join us in Table Tennis, Badminton, Captain’s Ball, mini Soccer. For less strenuous activities, there will be board games as well. Youth Camps & Young Adult Retreats
Camps and retreats are held yearly to enable our young people to come away to learn more about God and build deeper bonds with one another by encouraging one another through small group discussions, games and activities.