Youth starting out

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. (Matthew 28:19-20)

Alpha Youth Film Series

Alpha Youth FilmAlpha Youth Film Series: Twelve short episodes designed to engage young people in conversations about life and faith. The intended audience is 13-18 year olds who are not Christians.

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The Jesus Film Project

Jesus Film ProjectThe Jesus FIlm Project: Based on the Gospel of Luke, the "JESUS" film has now been dubbed in over 1,300 languages - with the potential to reach every people group in their heart language.

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TeenGames

Teen GamesTeenGames: Gathering teenagers together to connect socially, compete in sports and to develop relationships while having their character and values challenged through the activities and discussions.

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Community of St. Anselm

is a monastic community at Lambeth Palace in London for young Christians who spend a year living, studying and praying at a historic centre of the Anglican Communion.

Youth Alpha

is a series of interactive sessions that explore the basics of the Christian faith. Short episodes are designed to engage young people in conversations about life and faith.

Kidsgames, Teengames, Family Games

is a game programme for all ages. It is a 4-in-one programme with leadership training, evangelism, teaching and Bible study, and fun learning. Read more for GROUP LEARNING.

The Jesus Film - children's version

a two-hour docudrama about the life of Christ based on the Gospel of Luke and available in over one thousand languages. In addition to the original film there is one for children telling the story of Jesus from the viewpoint of children.

The Noise

The concept behind The Noise is that Christians go out into the community to bring a blessing to that community, normally in quite unexpected ways, simply as a service. In doing so they clearly identify themselves as Christians and make it obvious that they are open to conversation about their motivations, faith, Jesus, etc...