From Scripture Union, Today!
Residentials are a great to help young people to make significant steps of faith in God. With the summer holidays just around the corner there are many opportunities for young people to go away on these. With this in mind Scripture Union are this year offering a special £99 discount for those booking to attend their first Scripture Union holiday.
FORECAST FOR SATURDAY...
Sun, Possibly Rain,
White-Knuckle Rides (For The Brave),
Too Much Sugar,
Good Time Had By All!
You Know You (and they) Want To...
Sch. Yrs. 7-11 Accompanied
CREATE – the church today with young people! Together young people 10-15 are having loads of fun learning new creative arts skills through interactive workshops. Now planning to celebrate our 10th year!
Next event: Spring Crafts - 25 April 2015, 3-6 pm. Theme: “Looking Forward” St. Richard's, Seacroft, Leeds.
Don’t miss the opportunity for secondary age young people (Years 7-11) to attend this fabulous event at Lightwater Valley on Sat 9th May. Experience all the thrills of the theme park rides followed by an open air concert. Access to the park from 2.00pm, full details and booking form are available at www.thebignightout.org.uk
BOOK NOW! 7-11th April 2015
Five days of Fun, Fellowship and Mission for Young People across Leeds & Bradford.
Following the popularity of previous mission events, once again churches in the area have come together to offer young people an opportunity to share together in mission activities with local churches.
The national Young Vocations Conference 2015 will take place from the 16th-18th February in Ely. The conference is aimed at young people aged 16-19 who are at any stage of exploring a vocation to ordained ministry in the Church of England. The conference is free, and there are still spaces available. More details can be found at: http://www.callwaiting.org.uk/pdf/yvflyer_2015a.pdf
On Saturday 28 February 2015, The Children’s Society, Christian Aid and Greenbelt are bringing people together to find out what our faith has got to do with poverty and public life, why politics matters and how we can create positive change through campaigning.
There’ll be workshops, learning and ideas sharing. Dr Rowan Williams will open the day and there’ll be many more interesting speakers to share their insights.