The aim of the Youth Representatives, working in different contexts, is to represent children and young people from across the Connexion (the Methodist Church across the whole of Great Britain - local, regional and national).
The Youth Reps do this is by meeting and consulting with young people so they can truly represent their views and work on their behalf. In addition to this, the Youth Representatives are also a part of the Youth President's advisory group.
Or you can email the Youth Representatives to share your views on the Church and wider issues or invite one of them to visit your event.
Your Youth Reps for 2022 are (click on the names in red to find out more about the Reps by watching their election videos):
Council Reps: Charlotte Hambly (no election video from Charlotte as she is in the second year of a two-year role, so this takes you to a video where she explains the role), Verity Wild (no election video from Verity as she is in the second year of a two-year role, so this takes you to a recent 'thought for the day'), Eleanor Dixon
Ecumenical Reps: Isabel Barlow, James Jenkins
Digital Rep: Daud Shaukat
Being a Youth Representative is an exciting experience that enables you to make a difference within the Church and grow spiritually and emotionally. It can potentially be life-changing. Click below for information about the different roles!
Wondering if you're called to be a Youth Rep?
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What are the different Youth Rep roles?
Frequently Asked Questions
Writing from the Reps
Interested in Applying to be a Youth Rep?
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