Welcome to Lauren Cheshire and her lovely family to the Parish of St. Faith, Winchester. It was great to be there seeing the Church family welcome you at the Hospital of St Cross Church this morning. The Diocese celebrates with every new Youth Leader appointment as we invest in reaching out to young people. Pray for Lauren and their family as they settle in and carry on the incredible work going on in the Parish.
Hello, my name is Paul Smith and I am the new Youth Advisor in the Diocese. I am married to Sarah and have 2 beautiful daughters Kayla and Edie. I live in Chandler’s Ford and was the Youth Minister in the Parish there for just over 3 years. I am really excited about this new role and all that God has for us as a Diocese. I look forward to meeting lots of you and getting to know you as I support you in your ministry to the amazing young people across this Diocese. If you need to contact me you can email me: firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on: 07841517519.
The proliferation of Apps offers a remarkable range of opportunities to connect, share, learn and build community on-line. But what are Omegle, Dubsmash and Tango? And what do young people (and parents) need to know about privacy settings when using them?
The following sites offer helpful advice:
The North Hampshire Downs Benefice seeks an entrepreneurial and gifted Youth Pastor to pioneer new ways of making Jesus known to young people aged 11-18 across their parishes.
Click here to find out more.
Youthscape have announced the contributor lineup for the National Youth Ministry Weekend taking place from 10th – 12th November in Birmingham. Speakers include Kenda Creasy Dean, Patrick Regan and Miriam Swaffield and worship will be led by Tim Hughes and the Worship Central team.
To find out more and book tickets, visit youthscape.cu.uk/nymw