New Youth Workers...

We are pleased to welcome our two new youth workers to the team.

DanielDaniel Starling - Area Youth & Schools Worker

Daniel attends Oak Grove Community Church in Norwich and found his passion for youth work through evolving at his own church from young person to leader. Daniel is married and has a massive interest in everything geeky (especially video games).  Daniel will be working mainly in the Diss area supporting Diss Youth Cafe, Burston Youth Cafe and Diss High School More2Life club.

NaynaNayna Prince - Area Youth & Schools Worker

Nayna attends Liberty Church in Thetford and became involved and passionate about youth work during her two years living in Portugal with an International Church. Nayna has a 6 year old son that she home educates and who like her is very energetic and active and loves to travel and explore.  Nayna will be working mainly to the west of Diss supporting Banham Youth Cafe and Old Buckenham More2Life club.  Nayna will also be working with us to extend our work in to Thetford for the first time.

Integrate Camp 2015


When: 22nd - 25th October at Eaton Vale Activity Centre
Download an application form here : Integrate Camp Application 2015 - look no tents! - we will be staying in the main building in dormitories.

Exciting new project...

Banham Youth Heritage Project

Integrate Youth For Christ have been awarded funding through the Heritage Lottery Fund to deliver a range of projects connected with major refurbishment work on St Mary's church in Banham.  IYFC have had a long relationship with the church, using it successfully for a venue of a Youth Cafe for over 5 years.  Volunteers from the church support the youth cafe and we will be using the relationships formed to enable young people to discover more about the church and its place in the spiritual life of the village.
Heritage Lottery Fund

Newday 2016, 01-06 August

worship

Newday is an event for young people with a strong Christian flavour throughout. Young people come to Newday in church groups. However, you don’t have to be a Christian to come, nor to belong to a particular denomination. In fact, we have lots of opportunities for people to find out what being a Christian is all about, in a laid back, non-threatening environment. Newday is aimed at 12-19 year olds, which means those currently in school year 7 upwards.

Booking form 

Integrate YFC will be taking a group of teenagers —we manage the group, providing food and generally looking after them.

GSUS Live in South Norfolk schools

Integrate Youth for Christ have had the exciting opportunity over the past few weeks of bringing the GSUS Live trailer to local high schools.  Long Stratton High School were the first to experience the trailer, followed a week later by Old Buckenham High School. Finally, the trailer finished at Archbishop Sancroft High School. For those that haven’t encountered the trailer previously, GSUS Live is owned by the Counties charity and comes on the back of an Eddie Stobart cab.

Good News

We have had much to celebrate over recent weeks as we have had two young people become Christians through our lunchtime clubs and another young person from a lunchtime club who has attended a local church for the first time and even brought her parents along. We have also seen several of the young people we connect with take the decision to be baptised at the churches they attend, with another one, whose first introduction to Christianity was also through one of the lunchtime clubs, hoping to be baptised in the near future!

Please  pray for those young people who have made a commitment for the first time and for us to have wisdom as we disciple them and encourage them to join their local churches. Please also pray for those that have been baptised and for their friends who witnessed their baptisms.

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