Young Adults

Young Adults Ministry (YAM) is the ministry for students and young adults (18 upwards) at ECF (MP). Led by Pastor Kamal and his YAM team, the ministry exists to raise up a radical generation of young people with a desperate hunger and fire for God – a people who will dare to believe God for the multitudes, a people destined to shake the world!

The fundamental mobilisation occurs through meeting on Every Sundays at 6:30pm that meet in the Church after the Sunday Services throughout the year. At the end of the meeting we have a fellowship meal too. It is here the young person is truly challenged to live a radical and uncompromising life in accordance with their faith in Christ. It is also in the annual retreat camp  that the radical preaching & teaching they have from the ministry is implemented into their lives and it is there they are moulded into the person of influence they are called to be.

One of our primary objectives is for every young person to be raised up as a good believer. We believe that young people should not be on the peripheries of church life but indeed rise to the forefront of Christian ministry. Ultimately we want to see a church of a different mould come forth – A RADICAL CHURCH FOR A RADICAL GENERATION! A no-compromise, impacting, forward-looking church that breaks all the stereotypes – a church that exemplifies the ‘life to the full’ that Christianity is truly about and makes this known to the world outside.

It is our desire to be a church where young people from all walks and backgrounds can come and fellowship with one another and experience the power of the Gospel first-hand. Yes, you’ll find YAM lively and exciting and you may even enjoy the music and the dancing – but ultimately we are about meeting with God and that’s our focus every time we meet.

We also meet throughout the month in a small group across London and have plenty of social events going on. Check our website for the latest or feel free to call us on 07886347291 or email


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