In-person youth work is back, but is it what you expected? Gemma reflects on the challenges and opportunities of restarting work with young people.
As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to a close, here’s three practical, accessible ideas for helping young people in their mental and emotional wellbeing.
Welcome to our Covid-19 Resource Hub, the new home for all our coronavirus-related content — a pool of resources made to help your work with young people.
How is youth ministry changing? As face-to-face youth work returns again, Martin and Rachel share their experiences so far, and Martin talks to Youthscape's Gemma Milligan about local youth work in Luton.
Covid restrictions are easing. The return of in-person youth work offers a chance for refreshing your ministry, but what if it – and young people – need something more radical?
Satellites is a brand-new event for young people, launching in the summer of 2022. It’s a five-day gathering, designed to inspire teenagers to live with God at the centre of their lives for the other 360 days of the year.
Headstrong is a new online space aimed exclusively at young people with a focus on promoting positive mental wellbeing.
Alumina is our online programme for young people that runs two evenings a week, by trained counsellors. It’s a safe place to explore how you are doing, what your struggles are and receive support for your harming behaviour.