We see the hope and potential in every young person

Pictures of Upper Deck building 100 years ago.

We have recently had a couple photos of the Upper Deck building given to us from when it was the First Mennonite Church on the corner of Rittenhouse and King. The building was moved to the location it is now and became a Women’s Institute. If you have any other information about the history of the building we would love to hear about it.

 

 

About the Upper Deck

The Upper Deck youth centre is a safe enviroment where kids from grade 6 to grade 12 can come and hang out with their friends and meet some new friends too. We have many different activities and games that you can play such as a pool, fooseball, ping pong, air hockey, xbox 360, board games and a pad in the back that is great for basketball, hockey,. We have a great group of volunteers that come out every Friday to make sure that everyone is safe and having fun. We sell snacks at our snack bar for $1, including chocolate bars, chips and pop. We are open every Friday from 7:00pm-10:00pm excluding holiday weekends. We hope to see you there! If you have any questions about what else we offer, or if you are interested in having your kid come out and have any questions feel free to contact Peter Juhlke at 905-329-7607. You can also email him at peter.j@yfclincoln.com.

 

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Below is a form that needs to be completed for your child to come from drop-in. If you have no way of printing this off, we can print one off for you.

Drop-in Form

 

Solar Panels Are Up And Running

solarThe  solar panels sitting on top of YFC/Youth Unlimited Lincoln’ s Upper Deck Youth Centre are now turned on and are running. The returns on this long term investment into the future of our area teens has been paying dividends since March of 2014. In a little over 2.5 years, our local community helped us pay off a total cost of $35000. They were fully paid for at the end of 2016. We want to say a big THANK YOU!

 

Sam, Rhys and Kala’s Stories

Listen to Sam, Rhys and Kala tell the stories about their experiences and what Youth For Christ means to them.

Kristina’s Story

Listen to Kristina talk about her experiences and what Youth For Christ means to her.

Hope And Potential

Hope and Potential. That’s what we see when we look at a young person. They may be bright and smiling, they may be dark and shadowy. They may be polite and respectful, they may be rude and rebellious. They may be academically achieving, they may have dropped out or been kicked out of school. They may be well on their way to realizing hope and reaching their potential, they may be beaten down and overcome with despair and failure. Regardless of their state of mind and condition of heart, we see the hope and potential in every young person, and want to see them come to experience all that God has planned for them.