The Methodist Church web people have been working hard to update the Children, Youth & Family pages and give them more presence on the Web Site
As the Children, Youth and Family Team of the Methodist Church, we work with parents, carers, lay workers, church leaders and others to enable children, young people, young adults and families respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ and live out their discipleship in worship and mission. We want to transform lives, churches and communities through and for children, young people and families.
If you are a children's, youth or family worker looking for support, learning and resources then The Well Learning Hub is a great place to start.
For young adults we offer a wide range of opportunities to explore vocation, deepen discipleship, serve God or test a calling — from short-term volunteering or residential events to year-long paid internships.
Last but not least, we have a growing number of exciting resources and opportunities for children and young people.
Please do take some time to explore our pages, there is lots to discover! You can also follow us online:
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