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New to Peake Youth?


You're in the right place!

Our website is the best place for you to get information,

all in one place.



Where do I start?

The first place you want to check out is our Program page. This highlights what's regularly happening year round, including our main program: Journey. Our programs are the best way to jump in. We keep our online Calendar updated so you can always know when things are happening. If you're looking to register for a trip, visit out Upcoming Events page.

What's it like? 

Youth ministry can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people! To help give you a good idea of what Peake Youth is like, we capture what we do in two main places: our Podcast and Videos pages. Also, our main program "Journey", is highlighted on our Programs page. At those places, you can hear what we teach and see what you can expect to experience!

How do I stay informed on what's going on?

We have several different communications you can tap into. We have a weekly E-News, Facebook page, Instagram account, texting updates, and our online Calendar. If you want a printed calendar, they're available at the Peake Youth Display at the LINK, just outside the back auditorium doors. If you want to sign-up for our E-News or texting updates, let us know on our Contact Us form.

How do I get involved? 

The best way to get involved in our ministry is by serving. Our Get Involved page has information on the many teams where you can use your unique gifts. While serving, that's where real relationships are made, and where you experience Godly purpose.

After looking through the website, what if I have more questions? 

We would love to talk with you more! Feel free to go to our Contact Us page to talk more through email, over the phone, or in person. One of our Youth Staff Leaders will get back to you quickly. You can also see us in person at the Peake Youth Display at the LINK, which is right outside of the back auditorium doors, after any weekend service.