The best way to hear about Quaker children youth and family events is to join the mailing list!
Some of the picture are clickable and will lead you to booking pages.
The wandering West Yorkshire Families Quaker Meeting is the 28th of April at Hebden Bridge, get in touch with Jo to be added to the planning WhatsApp.
This poster maps the complete Quaker Youthwork provisions in Yorkshire. An essential addition to every meeting house notice board!
Jo Baynham is the Youth Development Worker for the seven Area Meetings in Quaker in Yorkshire
Jo Baynham – Youth Development Worker
Quakers in Britain, Yorkshire Centre
188 Woodhouse Lane
- Various one off events as above. Jo aims to offer a variety of engaging Quaker Youth activities across Yorkshire.
- Link Group In Person. Quakers in Yorkshire and the Yearly Meeting run a variety in person residential events. Link group runs between these events offering a single night residentials every few months to allow friendship and fellowship to flourish between young people involved with Quakerism between events. It’s a group that links.
- Link Group Online. 1st Monday of the month. 1800-1930. A Youth Group for Young Quakers and those interested in Quakerism in Yorkshire. This group meets, plays games, explores together and aims to regularly meet in person for various events and overnight residentials around Yorkshire several times a year.
- Big Questions? Various times and in variety of locations and ways, but often in school holidays, Big Questions? is a space in which young people can explore some of the Life the Universe and Everything, type quandaries in a participatory, co-created environment.
- Online Youthwork with Young Friends from the South West region. 3rd Sunday of the month – 1900-2030. A safe, inclusive space for Yorkshire Young Friends, and young people interested in Quakerism to discuss issues, get support, plan action and events and have fun.
- Monthly National Online Youth Group 1st Sunday of the Month. 1900-2100. A reflective, worship focused event online gathering of Young Quakers from across Britain and beyond to offer friendship, support, fun and discussion followed by a period of Quaker worship.