Today (22 July) is the last day to register for the Provincial Youth Committee’s (PYC) Glen Online Youth Week 2020.
The Provincial Youth Week (known as “Glen”) is going online this summer! COVID-19 has meant that this popular annual event held at Glenalmond College has been cancelled, but during lockdown young people and youth leaders from all over the Province have stayed in touch online for youth-led Zoom worship, games and conversation.
In June, the Glen leadership team sent out an online survey to ask who might be interested in a virtual Glen during the first week of August, and the response was very positive. This has led to the planning of Glen 20 Online. The theme is ‘Heroes?’ –looking at men and women in the Bible and in our world today who are surprising or reluctant heroes, and exploring what they can teach us about living out our faith. While face-to-face Glen cannot be replicated, there will be a daily opportunity for young people to get together for worship, house groups, fun, challenges and chat.
With a mixture of morning, afternoon and evening activities, plus some offline things to do, it is hoped that lots of young people (“delegates” at Glen) will be able to join in. The event is made possible by the hard work and enthusiasm of Provincial Youth leaders, nearly all of whom volunteer their time and energy each year. Registration for Glen 20 Online is free and open to young people who have just finished S1-S6. First-time delegates are welcome!
Book here: https://tinyurl.com/GLEN20online
For more information, contact the Provincial Youth Committee Enabler, Claire Benton-Evans ClaireBE@scotland.anglican.org