It's a chance to meet other groups from around the area, mingle and be part of something bigger!
"The talk (about worry) was really good for me to hear as I worry too much."
"A great evening! Well done everyone."
"I love the visiting speaker."
"The egg splatting game was great fun!"
"The best things about Youth Cafes are games and activities where you solve things with friends."
We run More2Life lunch time clubs in schools where we work with young people to provide a safe haven and somewhere to discuss issues from a Christian perspective.
The vision of the Transition Project is to see children and young people being all they can be.
The project is a targeted programme working in partnership with primary schools. It’s mission is to support vulnerable children to make the best possible transition to secondary school.
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The St Benet's Chaplaincy Project is a project that is building a school chaplaincy team across schools in the St Benet's Multi Academy Trust, centred around the Harleston Sancroft Academy. Integrate Youth for Christ staff are leading the project and are working closely with local churches to develop small chaplaincy teams that can support each school at a local level - enabling them to be part of a wider team.
We run a range of youth cafes in various local churches in our area.
Since opening our first café in Banham, it has been an inspiration for others in the area, especially after we appeared on BBC Look East. Integrate Youth For Christ now run cafes in parish churches in Burston and Banham as well as a youth café at Diss Salvation Army Community Church and another one at The Hub, Thetford (known as Pulse Youth café).
Prayer Spaces In Schools enable young people to explore faith and spirituality from a broadly Christian perspective in a safe, creative and interactive way.
Integrate Youth For Christ have been running regular Prayer Spaces in Archbishop Sancroft (Harleston) and Old Buckenham High Schools for several years now. We have also now run prayer spaces in Long Stratton High School and Diss High School.