Tuesday Night Youth Group
Our Youth Group, run jointly with the Baptist Church, for school years 6 to 13 meets on Tuesday evenings in the church for some time out to be together, to talk about things that are important to them, and explore their faith in a relaxed and supportive environment (with dessert and games, of course!).
The group is currently led by Paul Scott (Glo Torbay) and Rachel Tuckett (Chudleigh Parish Church) with a team of fantastic volunteers. best bell ross replica watches best fake omegas best replica watches in the world
6.15 – 7.15 – Years 6 to 9
7.15 – 7.45 – All year groups
7.45 – 9.15 – Years 10+
For more information, please contact us for details.
Friends of Chudleigh Area Youth Project
This is the body that supports work with young people in the church and the town. It relies on individual donations, regular giving and church donations. If you can help support this work either with a one-off donation or a regular commitment eg £10 a month, please complete the attached form or use a marked yellow envelope.
If you would like more information about the project, or to become A Friend of Chudleigh Youth Work and support the work financially or help out practically, please contact Yasmin Mann. (email@example.com) Maren Hedermann has finished her role with the CAYP. We pray for God’s blessing on her and her next venture. To read Maren’s latest CAYP newsletter please click here to download as a PDF.
We Love Chudleigh
We Love Chudleigh is an annual event for young people who want to serve the people of our town and show them unconditional love. and takes place over two days during the Easter holiday.On the Wednesday everyone arrives at the Youth Centre with their sleeping bags for the sleepover. The event starts with a session about being servant-hearted led by our youth leader Maren. During this we discussed what we wanted to achieve over the two days and how we could show our love for all the people visiting and living in the town.After lunch we begin our outreach by offering to pay for peoples car parking and handing out free chocolates in the High Street. People were very positive in response, if a little surprised, but it was good to be able to talk to them about what we were doing. They were impressed by our We LoveChudleigh T-shirts.The rest of the first day is spent baking a range of cakes and biscuits in the Youth Centre kitchen in preparation for the coffee morning the next day. Dinner was provided by Mothers Union and we were very grateful for the delicious cottage pie and crumble! We rounded off the evening by watching a film before settling to sleep. On Thursday morning after breakfast we set off to the Church to prepare for the free coffee morning. People were appreciative of our baking and there was a good turnout. After tidying up and having lunch, we started to plan our service for Sunday evening. This was an opportunity to share with the congregation all that we had been doing, and to thank them for their support. We look forward to the next “We Love Chudleigh”