My time at WYYN (West Yorkshire Youth Network)
On Sunday 23rd February my travels took me to West Yorkshire! I had been invited to the WYYN event by the district chair Roger Walton and I was told this was the very first event of its kind. We travelled to Cornerstone Church and Roger told me to not be disheartened if only 3 young people arrived along with the 10 youth workers to which my response was as least we could them all more quality time!
I’m glad to say that Roger’s prediction wasn’t right and as the clock stroke 4pm we were joined by 10-15 young people – which was fantastic! The afternoon started with the good old icebreaker game of human bingo and Praise the Lord that I was in attendance as one of the questions were: Is there a vegetarian? I was half of the vegetarians that were in attendance! Surprisingly enough we also found a person that didn’t like chocolate which was one of the other questions. Once the ice was considered to be shattered we started a group exercise of building bridges. Our tasks were to connect six tables which were placed in a circle (without them Read the full article on the Methodist Website