Christian liturgy is quite often an alien world to many adolescents. This Masterthesis, on the one hand, analyses this alienation based on selected studies. On the other hand, new forms of liturgy are described with the focus on the teenagers living environment, their religiosity, their desires for Christian worship and their aesthetics regarding music, language and space. The focus of this work lies on a turned aesthetic communication of faith, which searches for a deliberate inclusion of young people into liturgy, and is designed for and with them. Like this a new liturgical relevance for everyday life could evolve, in which adolescents can identify themselves with Christian worship and feel involved.