Street Invasion 2011
Matched Funding for Inspirations Studio
Localgiving.com will match online donations made to The Inspirations Studio £ for £ from now until 4 May (Author: )
An interview with the Inspirations Studio's inspirational Intern (Author: )
Community Involvement: A Youth Workers perspective.
At Network Peterborough we are always interested in finding out about the people as well as all the projects going on across the City bringing churches together. In this article we talk to a youthworker. (Author: )
Street Invasion (Werrington)
Street Invasion was the epic missional project all across the city, if you want to know how it went down in Werrington - PLEASE READ ON (Author: )
Hope Revolution launches the Textify challenge
Young people will use their phones to start conversations about Jesus. (Author: )
The Inspirations Studio
It started as an idea from young people involved in the churches and schools near the centre of Peterborough in response to young people feeling they had no space in the city centre to meet friends. (Author: )
Shaping the Next Generation: Mentoring Young People In Schools
Matt Wild talks about mentoring young peope in schools. (Author: )
Letton Hall Houseparty 21-24 February 2011
It’s time to shine. A residential event with a discipleship edge. (Author: )
Life for teenagers and their parents is more complicated today than it has ever been
– and if that’s true for teenagers, it’s even more true for their parents! (Author: )
Thomas Deacon Academy Chaplaincy
Thomas Deacon Academy has about 2,200 pupils....it also has a Chaplaincy Team. (Author: )
How Orton Goldhay met Street Invasion.
After Street Invasion this Summer Simon Campling of CROPS asked Ian Pullinger, the minister at Christ Church how Street Invasion had had an impact in connecting the people in Orton Goldhay with the Good News of Jesus Christ. (Author: )
Street Invasion 2010
Street Invasion summer 2010 bringing together youthworkers and young people from over 15 churches in and around Peterborough. (Author: )
CROPS...what’s it all about?
The CROPS Trust (Christian Options in Peterborough Schools) has been in operation since 1989, working with children and young people in primary and secondary schools, in the community and across local churches (Author: )
The SPARX Youth Project.
The SPARX Youth Project, headed up by Mark Budner, works to provide youth and community based provision in Dogsthorpe and Welland. (Author: )
Update on the Inspirations Studio
The Inspirations Studio is a space has been a space for 13-19 years olds on a Saturday afternoon in a shop on Long Causeway, made possible by volunteers from across the City Centre Churches and Youth Workers, and partner support from the police. (Author: )
Sex education amendment raises controversy
Ed Balls has tabled an amendment to his Children, Schools and Families bill to allow faith schools to teach sex and relationships education in accordance with their faith. (Author: )
City centre youth project – Saturday 20th February- Saturday 27th March 2010
The proposal is to have young people from the three organisations (Churches together in Central Peterborough, the Young People’s Service and the Police) plan workshops and create a space for young people (aged 13-19yrs) to go and relax. (Author: )
The Point 2010
The Point is a monthly city wide youth event run by The CROPS Trust and held at Park Road Baptist Church, Peterborough. (Author: )
20 years young – a vision for the future!
At the recent CROPS Celebration we celebrated 20 years of ministry to young people inside and outside of schools, we shared our vision for the future and the 3 threads we feel God is encouraging us to follow in order to see the next level of growth. (Author: )
Support for church youth groups
My name is David Parker-Radford and I work for the local charity Young Lives which is an umbrella organisation, supporting voluntary organisations working with children and families in Peterborough. (Author: )
The 18 - 30s Mission: A Missing Generation?
We must challenge and care for Christian young people growing up in a culture of consumerism - that was the message to Christian leaders at the Evangelical Alliance council (Author: )
Gap project with a difference!
An interview with Stephanie Prentice by the Orton Oracle’s Helen Trimm about Steph’s ten week gap project in Kenya with the Oasis Trust. (Author: )
Street Invasion 2009
With 80+ young people, 40 young adults, plus church leaders and other volunteers all on the team adorned with red Street Invasion t-shirts, the project certainly had an impact in many lives and on many levels. (Author: )
Barn Youth Project
Article on joint Youth Project at the Barn between Peterborough City Council and Werrington Parish Church (Author: )
Introducing Christian Aid’s Volunteer Youth Advocate
My name is Katie Delamere and I am going to be working for Christian Aid over the next year as the Volunteer Youth Advocate based in the Peterborough office. (Author: )
An Inspirational Trip
A gap year spent living in one of the world's most poverty stricken areas can be just as exciting, and successful at preparing students for university, as some of the more traditional gap year activities as Ruth Pullinger from Orton Goldhay discovered. (Author: )
Young People (Author: )