Life can be stressful and sometimes anxiety can get out of hand…
The Haven is a monthly support group, providing a safe space for those young people (aged 12+) who are dealing with stress and anxiety. This group can help you to learn practical tools to help you manage and reduce your anxiety levels and connect with other people who understand what you are experiencing.
See our Events page for a full listing of up-coming Haven sessions in both St Albans and Harpenden.
“a weekend away with your youth group is like having a whole years worth of youth ministry opportunities in one place”
267 is unashamedly eager, fervent and even pumped-up about the possibilities a residential weekend away gives, to both young people, kids and their leaders. We realise that not all churches have the resources to provide this on their own, so we provide a feast of different options for churches to bring their groups to.
Providing authentic and safe worship spaces for young people can be a challenge for groups with limited numbers. FUEL aims to provide a high-energy, contemporary, creative experience for youth groups to link into, the opportunity to connect with the wider church community and a safe space to encounter God in a fresh way.
With two regional hubs, (Christ Church in St Albans and High Street Methodist in Harpenden) your youth group can choose between venues on a bi-monthly basis or they can come to both gatherings.
If only you could provide regular training events for your volunteer youth and children’s leaders… through the267project you can! TTS (Total Training Sessions) offers churches the chance to encourage their team through tailored evenings, building up skills and confidence in a wide range of areas, such as “how boys and girls learn differently” and “Prayer and young people”.
Each session is focused on either children’s or youth work, allowing us to concentrate on the issues your church is facing in a particular area. Bring along the people who make ministry possible – inspire them in their walk with God and the way they lead.
In order for the work of the267project to continue, links need to be created with churches/organisations. This is where the Project Advocate comes in – someone who believes in the project, is willing to promote it and who can be a crucial ‘link’ in the network.
The role of a project advocate is to ensure that our ‘Project Information & Track Record’ document is read by key youth, children’s workers and decision makers with a view to raising awareness of 267, expanding its network, ascertaining the needs it can meet and to help with funding.
Please click below for an information sheet on how to become a Project Advocate