Young People

Young People

Trinity Church has its own youth fellowship group, One Truth, which meets on alternate Sunday evenings. To find out more about this click here.

In addition, Trinity Church plays an active role in the Knebworth Youth Project, which is a joint enterprise between Knebworth Family of Churches (KFC) and the community at large. It has a management committee, consisting of representatives of the churches in Knebworth, the Parish Council, the community in general and individuals directly concerned with the running of the clubs.

Funding is provided on a regular basis by Trinity Church's Borne Bequest and Knebworth Village Trust and on an occasional basis by North Herts District Council, Hertfordshire County Council and some local commercial enterprises. Occasional fund raising events are also run by KFC. The project is supported, in kind, by Knebworth Parish Council in the use - without charge - of the pavilion located in the recreation ground and, similarly, by Trinity Church in the use of its premises. This generous support from the churches and community means that membership of the clubs can be free at the point of use.

The project operates two clubs, both meeting in term time from 18:30 until 21:00 and occasionally in school holidays by arrangement. The Youth Café meets on Thursdays at the pavilion and the Friday club at Trinity. The clubs are open to all young people ranging from school year 6 (top primary) to all of secondary school age. The Youth Café is focussed on an older age group and Friday on the younger.

The Friday Club concentrates on young people in school years 6 to 9. On club nights there is time to chat to friends, play pool or table tennis and other table top games. Craft activities are always popular and most evenings finish with soft football in the large hall. Evenings are usually themed and we have had street dancing, cooking, film nights, Knebworth’s got talent and trash fashion is always popular

For young people, mostly in school year 10 and above, we have the youth café in the pavilion on Thursday evenings. Here young people can socialize with friends in a café-style environment, as well as play table tennis and pool.

If you would like someone to contact you to explain how you can help with the Knebworth Youth Project, please send an email to

N.B. The Youth Project does not have its own website but it does have a closed group on Facebook.

Other relevant links are shown below. Click on the logo to go to the appropriate site.

YC Hertfordshire YC Hertfordshire provides youth work projects and programmes, information, advice, guidance, work related learning, outdoor education and support for young people aged 13-19 (to 24 for young people with learning disabilities).

For young people leaving care, support is provided to the age of 21.
Herts 1125 Herts1125 is a group of young people who represent the views and opinions of those aged 11–25 who live, work or are educated in the county
The Mix Essential support for under 25s