Students & Young Workers

Coming to a new city for studies or a new job can be daunting but brilliant at the same time.

But it is also a great opportunity to find out what it means to follow Jesus and to get to know him better. So whether you’re already following Jesus or just want to find out more about him, we’d love to meet you and welcome you to St Silas. At St Silas we have a vibrant community of students and young workers in their twenties and thirties with lots happening formally and informally.

Christian student

Informally we meet together socially, hangout in each others homes, and do life together as Christians, or as those who are looking into Christianity and are wanting to see what the Christian life looks like lived out.

Formally we gather together on Sundays, but also on Wednesdays and Thursdays in small groups called Roots and Student Roots groups, to look at the Bible together and pray together. To find out more please follow the link here. We also gather together formally at other times to consider what the Bible says about a specific aspect Christian living at work or at home, or to consider in depth another area of Christian teaching that we might not have the opportunity to cover on Sundays or at Roots.

For Students we have good links with a number of Christian Student Groups, and are keen to support you at university, and to encourage you in the Christian life.

Contact us for more information.

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We believe that university is a great time to explore the Christian faith. So whether you’re already following Jesus or just want to find out more about him, we’d love to meet you and welcome you to St Silas. 

Explore what it means to follow Jesus and to get to know him better