What is Cambridge Youthwork Collective?
Cambridge Youthwork Collective is a network of Christians working with young people in Cambridge and District.
Why is Cambridge Youthwork Collective so vital?
Cambridge Youthwork Collective offers those engaged in Christian youth ministry the chance to be:
- Connected: Sometimes you feel like you’re the only one doing what you do. We’ll help you meet some like minded people.
- Encouraged: Working with young people can be tiring, frustrating and confusing. We’re here to remind you that it really is worth all the heartache.
- Resourced: There are books, websites, courses and more, designed to make your life easier as a youth leader. We aim to put the best tools into your hands.
- Developed: Youth ministry is perhaps the most important challenge facing the 21st century church. Together, we’re committed to getting better at what we do.
What does Cambridge Youthwork Collective offer?
Networking & Training
Cambridge Youthwork Collective facilitates an ongoing programme of training and networking events. Using a variety of times, locations and approaches, we hope that you’ll see something that meets your needs.
Some of the organisations that are part of Cambridge Youthwork Collective also have youthwork resources available. Find out more here …
How do I join the Collective?
You can connect to Cambridge Youthwork Collective for free by using the Facebook and twitter links at the top, or joining our emailing list. (see below). Why not do all three?
Who co-ordinates the Collective?
Cambridge Youthwork Collective is a partnership of Christian organisations. The steering group is comprised of The Centre for Lay Ministry, Ridley Hall, Urban Saints, Cambridge & District YFC, Ely Diocese, West Cambridge Christian Youth Ministries (WCCYM), Romsey Mill and Scripture Union.