The 2019 National Youth Ministry Weekend is taking place at Resorts World in Birmingham. This amazing £150 million development has stunning conference facilities alongside restaurants, coffee shops, an 11-screen IMAX cinema, shopping and onsite hotels! We think we’ve found the perfect place for you and your team to get refreshed and have fun as well as enjoying the NYMW programme.
Located right by the M42, Birmingham International Airport and railway station and with free parking for delegates, there’s also a huge range of low cost hotels and B&B’s right nearby. Discounts at partner hotels and 25% off Virgin Trains advance fares are also available.
Pete is a best-selling author pastor and bewildered instigator of the 24-7 Prayer movement which has reached more than half the nations on earth. He is also the Senior Pastor of Emmaus Rd Guildford England an Ambassador for the NGO Tearfund and teaches at St Mellitus Theological College in London.
We’re working with some amazing partner organisations to launch three completely major new youth work resources at NYMW 2019 worth up to £100 – and every delegate will get a copy of all three of them, absolutely free. Once the event is over, everyone else will have to buy them! And these aren’t just any old resources - they’re developed, tested and perfected over a year using Youthscape’s innovation process. It means you’ll head back from NYMW with materials and ideas you can put into action straight away to make a real difference in the lives of young people.
So you’ve got your tickets, now you just need to decide where to stay! Resorts World couldn’t be handier for a huge range of accommodation, either on the door step or further out on one of its many transport links. If you don’t know the area, we’ll be producing a guide to a variety of places and prices to suit all budgets. There’s even places to stay for free with local Christians. More details coming in early 2019.
How to pray - a day for youth workers, with Pete Grieg
Prayer is often the missing centrepiece to youth ministry. We all agree on it’s critical importance, and yet for so many reasons, it’s the one thing we don’t quite manage to prioritise. Both in our own lives as leaders, and in our work with young people, talking to God is so often the thing we don’t quite get around to.