The Youth Ministry forms part of the InterGenerational Division under the oversight of Pastor Joseph You.

COOS Youth

The Youth Ministry of Church of Our Saviour, brings together youth from their teens to mid-twenties. Fun-loving, energetic, adventurous and daring, these young people seek to serve the communities in which they live through projects that are creative, dynamic and meaningful. More importantly, they find a sense of belonging and a place to call their own. Being part of group of godly youth who support each other and have fun together is the common thread that runs through the Ministry.

With an emphasis on being a God-seeker and with a vision to win the world for Christ, members of the Youth Ministry are thriving in God's love and displaying that love to others. Besides serving the local community, the youth go on short-term mission trips to experience serving others in the global community.

The Youth Ministry youth also meet once a week in small groups all across Singapore for Bible study, wholesome fun and creative interaction.

Youth Service: Saturdays, 4.30pm - 6.15pm @ Main Auditorium
- For all secondary school to campus students
- Note: On the first Saturday of each month (Family Service weekend), youth will attend adult services with their families and/or cell community. There is no youth service and secondary school cell groups on this weekend.

Youth Cells
- Secondary School Cell Groups: Saturdays, 6.30pm - 7.45pm @ Various rooms in COOS
- JC/Poly/ITE Cell Groups: Friday evenings @ Various rooms in COOS
- Campus Cell Groups: Wednesday & Friday evenings, Saturday afternoons @ Various rooms in COOS

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Family Weekend

As an on-going emphasis to strengthen families, the youth ministry adopts a once-a-month Family Weekend. During this weekend, youths attend the main service with their parents.

On these weekends, there is no youth service and all cell group meetings that are held on Saturdays are cancelled. To set an example for their members, the cell group leaders will attend service with their own parents, so as to encourage their members to do likewise.

Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Family Weekend

1. Of the 3 main services, are the youths expected to attend any particular one?
The youths can attend any of the main service for that weekend, but quite naturally they should attend the service that their parents normally go to.

2. How about youths whose parents do not attend church?
For these youths, they will be encouraged to attend the 3.30pm service. On that note, on occasions when parents are unable to attend service on a Family Weekend, these youths can attend the 3.30pm service to be with their friends.

3. Will there be any ‘special program’ on these weekends?
No ‘special program’ will be arranged on these weekends. However, the first weekend of the month is when we celebrate the Holy Communion during the services. This is also when the Children Ministry do not have any programme, and the children attends the service with their parents. We believe it is very meaningful for families to partake the communion together.

In addition, we will encourage parents to use these Family Weekends as opportunities to strengthen family ties. With the family together attending the same church service, parents will be able to arrange family meals or other bonding activities.

4. What if a youth decides to accompany their friends during service instead of their parents? Are they allowed to do so?
People naturally take time to adjust to changes. We must recognize that as youths value their friendships very deeply, the preference to be in the company of friends may not change immediately. We encourage parents to be flexible and make adjustments according to the unique needs of each child. These parents may be encouraged to show love and understanding to the youths, such as inviting their child’s friend to join them for family meals should the friend’s parents not be in COOS.



Saturday | 2.30pm
Sunday | 8.30am and 10.45am
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130 Margaret Drive Singapore 149300
It is a 10-minute walk from the Queenstown MRT Station.The bus-stops nearest to the church are served by
SBS Bus 51, 111, 145, 186, 195 and 32 and TIBS Bus 970.

The office is open from Tuesdays to Saturdays, 9am to 5.30pm.

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