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Willowfield Youth wants to see an army of young people changing this community, making a positive difference and following in the example of Jesus and his teaching.  

 

Active Youth
This is the place to be on Friday night. All sorts of activities take place here such as table–tennis, nail–painting, karaoke, Xbox & PS4, UV parties and anything else the team can come up with. Active Youth, 8.30pm – 10pm at the Church Halls.


Football Club

It is what is says on the tin, an opportunity to get stuck into football every week in the Church Halls. Junior Football (Y8 – Y10) is on a Monday 4pm –6pm and Senior Football (Y11 – Y14) is on a Tuesday at 4–6pm.




Alternative Sports

This is an opportunity for young people to experience a new sport! Sports will change every 6 weeks, giving you every opportunity to become a master of a new sport! This is for young people in Y8 – Y14 every Wednesday from 6pm – 8pm in Willowfield Church Halls.




pursYOU [Pursue]
pursYOU, is all about putting you, the young person at the centre. Taking time out to have banter, be inspired, reflective, informed and up–skilled. pursYOU runs on Tuesdays with every week in a different format. The 1st Tuesday of each month are cell groups, the 2nd is Locate. The opportunity to locate where you’ve been, where you are and where you’re going. A keynote speaker will share their story and we have to opportunity to reflect on our stories in our cell groups. The 3rd Tuesday is UrChoice, an opportunity to dissect an issue that is relevant to you, become informed and therefore make informed choices around this issue. Finally the last week is Skills Thrills, an opportunity to learn a new skill, from learning how to cook salted chilli chicken from scratch to learning how to change a bike tyre! Taking place in Willowfield Church Halls, anyone in Y8 – Y14 is welcome to attend.

      Schools + Detached
We work alongside a number of other churches in Breda Academy, sharing the Gospel and encouraging young people in their faith. This is carried out through lunch time detached work every Monday lunchtime taking assemblies, RE classes and running specific events for the school. 

We also partner with Ashfield Boys High School, Scripture Union and alongside other churches and faith based organisations help run a faith based drop – in, in Ashfield Girls High School every Friday, lunchtime.On Thursday nights, the team take to the streets of the local community and meet the young people where they’re at. Get in touch if you’d like to get involved.



The Great Escape

The Great Escape, or Camp as it’s also known takes place during July or August each year.

We take 50 – 60 young people along with 20 leaders away for a week of activities, these range from go–karting, watersports, beach days, forest days, sports days and more. No Great Escape is ever the same with new themes uniquely shaping each year. 

Our 2017 Camp is in the Cleenish Centre in Enniskillen and will take place from the 14 – 19 August. If you would like more info, or to book your place, contact Stuart Douglas. 



Summer Madness
Summer Madness has been running for thirty years and is the largest Christian youth festival in Ireland. Taking place at Glenarm Castle in the first weekend in July, we pack our tents and sleeping bag and camp for the five day festival. If you would like more info, or to book your place to this years festival, contact Stuart Douglas. 

 

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