Each Episcopal area across the Diocese has its own Youth Adviser. Our Youth Advisory team are there to help you in your ministry to young people and would love to hear from you
Dot Salmon: Youth Adviser for Bradwell Colchester Area
Dot covers the North of the Diocese which includes Colchester, Witham, Braintree, Harwich, Dunmow & Stansted, Hinkford, Saffron Walden and St Osyth.
Dot is passionate about supporting the churches and organisations in the area with all things related to youth work and ministry. She is a source of support and advice for recruiting youth workers, running training and developing best practice, she is available as a mentor, and can support in developing and reviewing youth work strategy. Dot is keen to visit, pray for and encourage churches, projects and provisions in the area so please do contact her, whether it’s to ask for advice and support or even just to share good news!
Mark Tiddy: Youth Adviser for Bradwell Episcopal Area
Email: email@example.com Tel: 07845 349542
Mark covers the South East of the Diocese which includes Chelmsford, Southend, the Dengie Peninsula, Basildon, Thurrock, Brentwood and everywhere in between.
Mark loves meeting with churches, organisations and youth workers to support and encourage them.
Mark is also available as a resource for churches whether that’s having him along to their youth group as a one-off, helping them listen to young people in their congregation, develop new ideas or to explore relevant training for working with young people within their parish.
Vacant: Youth Adviser for Barking Episcopal Area
The post of the Barking Area Youth Advser is currently vacant. For enquiries in the Barking Area please contact Emma Anderton. Emma is the Children's Missioner for the Barking area and can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The barking area covers the south west of the Diocese: Barking, Dagenham, Havering, West Ham, Newham, Redbridge, Waltham Forest, Epping Forest, Harlow, and Ongar.
St Marks's College is a fabulous venue close to Saffron Walden to hold your youth/adult group day or weekend retreat.
For more information and to book please take a look at their website.
Asheldham Centre in Southminster is a unique 14th century church converted for use as a self-catering residential centre.
For more information visit www.asheldhamcentre.co.uk
- Smart Guides - how to resource and equip your youth work.
- St Mark's College - our residential youth and conference venue
For more information please contact Hannah Robinson
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