NYC is about connecting a generation. There’s over 1000 young people a month involved. It’s impossible to describe all the groups and activities we run. NYC runs everything from drop-in youth clubs to question spaces, cafe spaces to prayer spaces, schools work to street-based youth work, outdoor activities and indoor sports. There’s stuff happening with young people in halls, churches, cafés, classrooms and bus stops!
I think the best thing was the games and spending time with the people I met last year.
There’s large scale events like Ablaze Now which happen once a year gathering all the young people from across NYC Cumbria, but even thats being re-imagined. There will be four regional Ablaze events a year to double the amount of young people who can come.
There’s a huge active range of residentials run by NYC teams. Some happen locally, run by different NYC teams, some are larger residential or trips where two or more NYC regions join together for things like Soul Survivor, or camps. Then there are more day trips than can be listed, visiting places like Jump Mania or Bassenthwaite Activity Centre.