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Our Youth scene provides
SPACE FOR YOUth @ Toton Churches
“SPACE FOR YOUth” is the inclusion of the Youth programme in the wider church life & activity by making SPACE FOR YOUth:
There are two main groups meeting each week:
SPACE FOR YOUth Club meets on Friday nights at Toton Methodist Church, 8.15 -9.45 pm, for anyone in Years 6 to 9.
The group meets to Chat & Chill and to enjoy time together, with a chance to take part in a range of games, challenges, theme nights & special “off site” events. Subs are £1.50 per week.
Illumin8 meets during the 10.30 am services in the youth room at St Peter’s church and is open to 11-14 year olds. It is Bible based and involves a mix of chat, video, games with a ready supply of hot chocolate.
Find Out More: Contact the youth team
We also have SPACE FOR YOUth 18+ - if you are over 18!
Contact us and we'll get back to you with details.
Prayer SPACE for YOUth
We are unable to meet this month but please continue to pray for our youth during this difficult time. They are waiting, wondering, working.
Pray for all children and young people associated with our churches through Zone, Messy Church, Youth Club and Illumin8, remembering their leaders too.
Thanks to you who are growing SPACE for YOUth in your prayers.
For more information please contact Keith Murray or email
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In July 96 Year 6 pupils from local schools came to St Peters as they prepared for their
move to Secondary School
Last year we raised £60 by holding a fun "Toilet Party" during youth club as well as by parents making donations at the end of term family barbecue. There was much giggling and squeals of "that's really gross!" as the youngsters became involved in the toilet-themed activities, such as Pinning the Flush on the Toilet, Pees in the Potty (using dried peas, straws and well-disinfected potties!),Toilet Paper Challenge (wrapping each other in toilet paper) and various themed quizzes including Who Has BEEN in my Garden? After showing a short video explaining the work of the charity and interviewing people who had been provided with a toilet, thus improving their health and well-being, the youngsters were very keen to be able to help.
More information at www.toilettwinning.org
The certificate we recently received is to be hung in the Methodist church and shows "our" actual latrine in Democratic Republic of Congo.
A great night was had at Browns Nottingham with nine, 18+ having drinks and nibbles. It was a great opportunity to catch up with those that had just finished their first term at uni, those that are in their last year working hard writing dissertations/ final projects and those in between. Next get together at Easter!
The Youth Team gave away HOT CHOCOLATE to students on their way to school
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