The Diocesan Youth and Children’s Work Strategy aims to:
- Help Volunteers
- The work in this particular strand aims to support volunteers who work or wish to work with children and young people within the Diocese. It can involve many things such as; advising on and delivering training, advice on resources, developing new initiatives and supporting the volunteers by leading away days, visiting them and drinking numerous cups of tea!
- The second strand of the youth strategy is about communication. It is important that we communicate effectively with all those working with young people. We have the website, Teulu Asaph, blogs, Twitter and Facebook within the diocese. There is also a mailing list for youth workers that contains updates on youth events and training within the diocese. Communicating effectively is an important part of the diocesan strategy and it will hopefully enable more people to feel they are part of a wider diocesan family. For more information contact Tim Feak.
- Develop Spirituality and Faith
- Our responsibility within the Church for young people requires us to take very seriously the development of their faith and spirituality. It is important that we take seriously communicating the gospel to young people in relevant and exciting ways. Be this offering them a warm safe place to be with friends, discipleship courses or trips away; the hope of faith is the cornerstone of what we do. The diocesan youth strategy aims to explore the many ways to communicate this to young people.