We have a vibrant and growing group of young people age 11 to 18.
The HotHouse group is led by our Youth Worker, Robin Imeson, together with a great team of volunteer youth workers. We aim to raise up a generation whose lives honour God.
Our HotHouse youth group meets regularly for friendship, teaching and just enjoying time together. We’re an outward-focused group, that seeks to grow in God and enjoy Him together.
Our youth group is open to all young people (ages 11-18) from the Salisbury and Amesbury areas.
Our youth currently meet weekly in Salisbury, on Sunday evenings (usually 6.30-8.30pm) during term time. Hothouse meet twice every six weeks on Sunday mornings whilst the preach is taking place for our own time of teaching from the Bible, discussion and games.
The format of the evening varies, but will include:
At the end of our time meeting together, we often take time to pray for one another. There is time at the end for a general chat and fun games!
Email Robin to find out more about HotHouse.
We aim to raise up a generation whose lives honour God.
Each year, we also invest in our young people, by offering them the opportunity to go camping for a week at Newday - an amazing week of teaching, worship, prayer, socialising, games and so much more!
Newday is attended by thousands of young people across the UK. We also aim to provide a weekend opportunity, where Hothousers can get away from it all, spend time together and encounter God.
We believe in our young people, we value them, and seek to train them for whatever God has in store for them.
Every number has a name. Every name has a story. And every story matters to God.