How to use guide
Guide on how to use the youth work edition of Journeys in the Spirit
The youth work edition of Journeys in the Spirit provides a range of ideas to use with 12 to 18 year olds in a Quaker context. Each issue explores a theme. It is produced in magazine format with all the activities in one A4 booklet.
The activities are written and presented to fit with the structure of a variety of youth events and activities. From link groups and weekends to week-long residential events to Sunday morning youth activities, each issue is packed with ideas for exploring a theme in a range of ways.
The material in Journeys in the Spirit is grouped according to different 'points', each with a different approach or way of exploring the theme. You can pick and choose to suit the group you are working with.
Journeys in the Spirit: youth edition comes out three times a year in February, June and October, on the second Monday of the month and is free by subscription. You can choose to receive a paper copy or be emailed a link to an online version.
To receive the current issue you need to subscribe.
Subscribers are also sent a Quaker youth work news update with each issue.
If you want to access the additional resources for previous issues, please go to catalogue and choose the issue you require.
Here are the links to the additional resources for this issue.
Reflection Point - Saint Kolbe (PDF)
Talking Points - Religious Practices (PDF)
Talking Points - Places for worship (PDF)
The next issue of the youth edition of Journeys in the Spirit comes out in June 2019 and will explore gender diversity.
This easy to use , free resource has name games, ice breakers, energisers and reflective games that can be used when working with children & young people aged 5- 18 and it is available in PDF version to download.
Journeys in the Spirit edition back issues are available to download from Being Friends Together website. If you would like to be emailed a PDF for a particular issue or to be posted a paper copy, email the CYP Administrator on firstname.lastname@example.org.
020 7663 1013