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Here at The station YFC we see the potential in every young person. We want to build meaningful relationships with everyone who walks through our door, and make The Station a safe and inviting place that teens can feel comfortable. Safe and free from any stress that they may feel at home or at school, a place they can call their own and know that when they walk through the door they can be themselves and relax. Ultimately we would love to see every teen come to know God and hope that through our conversations and interactions that He would shine through and they would come to know Him. YFC Altona is a non-profit organization funded by the generosity of our community. If you are an individual, Family, Business or organization and you would like to support The Station, YFC Altona, please get in touch with us and we would be happy to let you know in what area your support will have the biggest impact. Also if you are a person who has a heart for reaching the youth of our community and want to get involved by being a YFC volunteer that’s awesome! We would love to talk with you about it! We are open weekdays 9-4 unless otherwise noted, and look forward to to meeting you soon.

Station Winter


A girls only night. Where the teens girls can meet with female volunteers and connect in a way that they might not be able to on a night with guys around. The volunteers seek to build them up through discussion and making connections so that they may become strong women of God.

Tuesdays are a night that all the teens can come in and hang out with each other and connect with the volunteers whether it be through a game of pool or playing video games or just having a conversation, whatever it may be we strive to build meaningful relationships with the teens. That way in the future they are comfortable coming to us with any problems or questions they may have about life, God, or whatever is on their minds.

Thursday is a night where we make supper with the teens and connect with them through food and conversation. We can sit and share a meal together and have some more intentional discussions and then usually end the night with some games. The meal is provided free of charge and ensures this evening is accessible for everyone.

Fridays are just like tuesdays in that it is an informal evening of just hanging out and letting the conversations come naturally while playing pool, video games or board games, the conversations can range from faith to farts, it definitely makes for interesting evenings.


Meet our awesome staff and volunteers. They're pretty much the coolest.

Marty Falk
Marty Falk - Co-Director
Zack Driedger
Zack Driedger - Volunteer
Damien Veeder
Damien Veeder - Volunteer
Dylan Reimer
Dylan Reimer - Volunteer
Sheridan Sawatzky
Sheridan Sawatzky - Co-Director
Taylor Sawatzky
Taylor Sawatzky - Volunteer
Bill Skelton
Bill Skelton - Volunteer
Cassondra Sawatzky
Cassondra Sawatzky - Volunteer
Tracy Jean Funk
Tracy Jean Funk - Volunteer
Marshall Wiebe
Marshall Wiebe - Volunteer
Brooklyn Reimer
Brooklyn Reimer - Volunteer
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