Several changes are afoot for the traditional Synod-organised, state-wide youth ministry events such as Live Life Loud and SA Youth Camp Out (SAYCO). Tim Littleford explains in this letter.
One night, six locations
By Uniting Young People
Posted in Family
Live Life Loud, the ecumenical youth worship evening run annually at venues across South Australia, continues to grow each year. In 2014, a fifth venue was added to the line-up; this year, a sixth has been established.
On Friday 12 June, dynamic speakers have been engaged to share an encouraging message in at locations in the North, West and South of Adelaide, the Mid-North region, the Adelaide Hills and the Eyre Peninsula.
Live Life Loud was started by the Uniting Young People team in 2010 with the aim of seeing young people from different churches experiencing transformation, having encounters with God and becoming agents of change in their local communities. Each year, more young people from across denominations engage with the event, and there are plans to establish Live Life Loud locations interstate.
This year, over 800 high school-aged young people will join their local Live Life Loud event to explore ideas, participate in worship and create community. Each location is coordinated by local communities and leaders with support from the Uniting Young People team. Find out more about each individual event by clicking the links below!
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