Volunteer: Youth Team

What Will I be Doing?

You will be:

  • teaching young people the Bible – following the same teaching as the adults  
  • you might be asked to be responsible for a small group during the week 
  • possibly supporting with other teams as needs arise  
  • assisting with whatever is needed behind the scenes

What Skills and Experience do I Need?

You will need to: 

  • have lots of enthusiasm for teamwork  
  • have a desire to communicate the gospel appropriately to the respective age group  
  • have a good level of spoken English
  • be interested in encouraging and building up children and young people  
  • be able to draw alongside individuals  
  • be lively and enthusiastic!  
  • be ready to support other teams if/when a need comes up

When and Where Will I be Working?

  • You will be on duty each day during the week. We do try to factor in some rest time each day. 
  • You will be expected to arrive in time for a briefing meeting on Saturday afternoon, and leave on the following Saturday morning. 
  • The Youth venues are split between the Pencil Factory site and the Rawnsley site.

“The Convention is such a great place to come and volunteer because of the people you work with, the encouragement of serving others, and the beauty of the local area to explore”

Volunteers are required to: 

  • be aged 18 years or older 
  • be a committed Christian who is regularly attending and active in a local church 
  • be able to complete an online application and provide details of 2 referees – one who must be a leader within your church. Neither can be related to you.  
  • if asked, able to obtain a clear Enhanced DBS check for Keswick Ministries 
  • confirm their agreement to and abide with the Keswick Ministries beliefs, values & code of conduct

Full-time volunteers will receive:  

  • free accommodation  
  • three meals a day  
  • reimbursement of reasonable travel expenses  
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