Youth and Young People’s work

The youth team is coordinated by Edwina and Rob Hayward

there are many opportunities for young people get involved with The Salvation Army in Birmingham.

Junior Cell is for young people from School Year 7 to Year 11 (age 11-16). The group have time together and also split by age for their study time.
The adults working with this age group are all experienced in working with children and teenagers who are often struggling to find their identity and frequently want to question everything.
They have time to talk individually to their leaders and as part of group sessions and learn to develop as christian young people.


Youth Cell is for our old “youth”. This group, led by Lt Corinne Seabridge and her husband Carl, is aimed at students studying for A levels, university students and young adults of working age up to about 25 years old or until they feel they are too old.
The sessions are often based around spending time eating together as well as bible study and leisure time. These sessions are held in our church building and also in the homes of members of our church.
Those who are part of Youth Cell are of the age where they will all support each other and the leaders are also there to encourage these young adults to express their faith in practical ways.
They are also often involved with social action projects such as handing out water to shoppers in the city centre

Social events are run for the groups to meet up, go out and enjoy spending time with each other.

Youth Cell is a community of young people who have a heart to explore their faith, who love God and love others.

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