Booking now open for 3Generate: the Children & Youth Assembly

Booking now open for 3Generate: the Children & Youth Assembly

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Children and young people will get the chance to change andchallenge the church, the world and each other at this year's3Generate. 3Generate is the Methodist Church's Children's and YouthAssembly and will take place 16-18 November this year at WhitemoorLakes Centre in Lichfield.

Three separate streams cater for a wide age range: 8 to 13 yearsold (broadened from last year), 14 to 17 years old, and 18 to 23years old. Each stream works in a way specially suited to its agegroup, with discussion, sharing and worship, bringing our hopesdreams and reality to God. There will also be opportunities for thestreams to come together for worship and learning throughout theweekend.

"At the heart of 3Generate is a commitment to helping youngMethodists make a difference in their church, to one another and tothe world," said Methodist Youth President Sam Taylor. "It's anamazing opportunity to share, learn and worship together, andhopefully get a glimpse of what God's got in store for us."

Last year's 3Generate saw young people between the ages of 9 and23 joining in worship, reflection and learning, as well as outdooractivities and enjoying cutting edge music from the likes of MOBOaward-winning gospel rapper Guvna B.

This year's event is shaping up to be even bigger and better. Thevenue is perfect for young people to explore and let their hairdown with a range of facilities including high ropes courses, a zipwire, fencing and indoor archery, not to mention pristine lakes andacres of national forest just next door.

And it's not just for children and young people. The Church ispartnering with Cliff College to deliver high quality andinnovative training for children and youth workers. Those bringingyoung people can be part of a weekend of training, reflection andinspiration designed to equip and inspire them in theirwork.

Tickets cost £80 each, including food, accommodation and allactivities. Young people and their leaders may apply to theirDistricts for help with the costs.