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Luton Unite


Luton Unite is the way churches across Luton work together to support and care for young people in their congregations.


Covid-19 update

The pandemic has turned the lives of millions of children and young people upside down. It's also changed what kind of activities are safe to continue. From September 2020 we're pausing many of our existing programmes, including this one, and refocusing our Luton work on where we can make the most difference to those who need our help.


Luton Unite draws together churches from all different denominations and traditions in Luton. The aim is to support and train youth workers, and to organise regular events for young people. The project has been running for more than fifteen years and currently involves nearly twenty churches in the town.

Monthly Luton Unite events

Luton Unite put on exciting monthly events for young people. Each evenings is an opportunity for young people to meet those from different churches and denominations, and to be part of a growing and vibrant event. We want young people to be introduced to the breadth and depth of the Christian community in Luton.

Evening events may involve worship, invited speakers and social activities. Previous events have included playing a real-life version of the hugely popular video game Fortnite, and a summer beach party. There is also a Christmas Ball held every December.

Youth workers wanting more information about bringing a group to Luton Unite should contact Jemimah Woodbridge using the contact information on this page.

Youth leader meetings

Luton Unite doesn't just put on events for young people, it's about supporting volunteer and paid youth leaders too. We hold a half-termly meeting of youth leaders where you can meet others, get advice and training, and find encouragement and support.

For more information or any questions about how to get involved, email Jemimah Woodbridge.

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