St Edward's Youth United
We have a very active Youth Group here at St Edward’s.
Young people who are involved in the Church are the bearers of that light outside the tunnel. To make that light genuine, young people are urged by God, through St Paul, not to take their young age as a stumbling block to bear the presence of God to others. They have to set as good examples to others by behaving well in the way they talk, the words they use in their conversations with friends and their moral values in life. Remember that common adage: actions are more powerful and more convincing that is why actions speak louder than words.
"Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech,
in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity". (1 Timothy 4:12)
After a series of meetings to reorganise our parish youth, we have finally positioned good and promising leaders to guide our young members of our community. I have appointed a mature couple: Clare and Stuart Reabow as youth coordinators, and I am very grateful to them for accepting the role. To help Clare and Stuart in their responsibility, I created a youth core group leaders: Lina Afoa, Bella Gardner, Kath Abi-Fares, Xyle Sebial and John Talatonu. I would like to thank these young leaders, too, for their enthusiasm.