Calling all young Christians in South Yorkshire to breathe deep
13th January 2015
On Saturday, 24 January, 200 young people from churches all over South Yorkshire will gather to breathe deep, to think, to have fun and to discover God together. Dr Steven Croft, Bishop of Sheffield will be speaking at the event encouraging the 11-18 year olds to see God in each other and in the world around them; and to spend time breathing in the awareness that leads to unity and peace.
The day will host loads of activities. There will be time set aside to worship God in creative ways, hear from our Bishop talking about how God meets us in every area of our lives, and a selection of workshops that will stretch thinking. There will be time to socialize with others and have fun during the day with inflatables, a photo booth, games consoles, crafts, prizes, video challenges and Subway for lunch!
“This is the second Breathe Deep day we have organized, last year’s was really successful and over 200 young people attended”, says organiser Mike North, “God is everywhere, and he cares about the big things in your world. That’s why this year we’ve got workshops on poverty, extreme religion, choices, loss, sexuality and health.”
To find out more, and to book places, visit www.breathedeepday.info.