COVID-19 has scuppered all plans and programs, forcing a dramatic reimagination. Lahna Pottle explores what that means for youth work, and how rethinking Youthscape’s The Gameplan could help.
Lucie Shuker draws on rich theological resources as she explores the place of God & faith amidst the chaos, sadness and stress wrought by COVID-19.
‘Together Apart’ is a short series of curriculum resources enabling you to explore life and faith with young people, and is designed specifically for use in the context of an online youth work session. And it’s absolutely FREE!
Martin talks to Kenda Creasy Dean from Princeton Theological Seminary about looking for signs of God's grace even as we wrestle with the grief of this pandemic.
The second version of our online safeguarding guidance document, developed in partnership with independent safeguarding charity thirtyone:eight, is now available to download.
We can't meet face-to-face right now, but we're running this Digital Mentoring program so that young people in Luton can access personal, emotional support online.
We’re going to take a moment at the end of each working week, to ask you a few short questions about what is going on for you. It will be super quick – three minutes at most – and it will only ever be three questions.
Our 2017 report No Questions Asked found a lack of spiritual curiosity in young people. Head of Theology Phoebe Hill revisits the research to ask how its insights should shape youth work today.
So what does Innovation actually look like? Here's real-life examples of products we've tried and tested through our Innovation process, and what we learned on the way.
Young people meet, think and congregate completely differently to the way they did just 25 years ago. Youth work needs to find ways of keeping up.