Youthwork blog

Now everyone has to stay in education longer (until your 18th birthday), in a way there is less pressure to ensure you get the results you want,... More

It could be a stressful day today - Thursday 15th August - either because success has meant that the dream of a university place has now become... More

Editor Ruth Jackson muses about Black Friday, Britishness and the value of being thankful More

If you Google ‘Christmas’ right now, you will find a lot of Christians around the world just beginning to get into the Christmas spirit. Just... More

For 800 hundred years, St Andrews Enfield has been an active presence in the community in the heart of Enfield. This has taken a new expression... More

Last weekend young people and youth workers across the country joined Open Doors Youth to embark on a sponsored 48-hour digital media fast: two... More

Recently, the Catholic Agency For Overseas Development (CAFOD) sent two young people on a life changing trip to the refugee camps in Lebanon... More

Mike Pilavachi writes for Premier Youthwork, clarifying his controversial “I think the quality of youth workers has gone down dramatically”... More

Last Friday evening youth workers from across the country came together at the Christian Youth Work Awards to celebrate the great youth work... More

The latest book to be read and discussed by the CONCRETE Theology and Youth Ministry reading group is The Spiritual City: Theology, Spirituality,... More