Lee Kirkby who is Youth Minister at Beverley Minster is leaving his post this weekend. Lee has been involved in the life of the Minster for 14 years, firstly as a Chorister, Virger and then Youth Minister.
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Richard and Alison Lenton invited me (Lee Kirkby) to go and visit Alex in hospital today. They are very grateful to everyone who is praying for him, and really feel surrounded in love and support.
Beverley Minster will host a Royal Youth Café on Friday 1 June, to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The Youth Café which regularly attracts 200-300 young people from the three secondary schools in Beverley
Beverley Minster hosted a Willy Wonka themed Youth Cafe for 250 young people in Beverley Minster on Friday night. The stage resembled a chocolate factory will strawberry scented smoke effects and giant sweets.
Over 120 people attended Beverley Minster on Saturday night for ‘Minster’s Got Talent’ which is in its third year of running. Around 30 people took part on the stage performing numerous varied acts.
Beverley Minster will once again host its very popular annual fundraising event – Minster’s Got Talent.
Beverley Minster will host another popular Youth Cafe event on Friday 11th November between 7.00pm-9.30pm. The event is a UV Light Party theme and young people are invited to come dressed in white and neon coloured clothing so that they glow in the dark. The event will also have local youngster Alex Bampton DJ’ing and there will be gladiator jousting and a giant bouncy castle. Also, new to the event…
An East Riding Youth Summit will be held on Saturday 29th October at Beverley Minster between 10.00am-1.00pm. This Free event is for young people aged 15-25 and their church leaders, who are passionate about changing the face of the church. Mark Russell CEO of Church Army says: “The church is wrinkling and shrinking; we are neither reaching nor discipling young people in significant numbers. The Church of England in many…