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Publisher: Church House Publishing
ISBN: 9780715143643
Published: 10/01/2013

Youth Emmaus is a course designed to help those aged 11 to 16 explore the basics of the Christian faith. This is no easy task - but Youth Emmaus offers a winning combination of meaty leaders' notes, cool handouts for group members, great cartoons and graphics and a free CD-ROM stacked with other useful resources. The material is fully road-tested and ideal for youth groups and as a confirmation course for young people. Youth Emmaus tackles:

  • What Christians Believe (5 Units)
  • How Christians Grow (5 Units)
  • Living the Christian Life (3 Units)

Youth Emmaus also contains a FREE CD-ROM that includes:

  • Handouts and supplementary handouts for all sessions as PDF files
  • Emmaus Poster
  • Downloadable services to use with young people and a section on using Youth Emmaus in an all-age context
  • Powerpoint presentation on Youth Emmaus
  • Useful links to Emmaus website
  • All icons from handouts available in colour in a downloadable format

Sue Mayfield

Sue Mayfield writes teenage fiction. Her recent novels include Blue, Voices and Damage. She regularly leads workshops and creative writing sessions and has extensive experience of working with young people. She is co-author of Youth Emmaus and two Church House Publishing Lent courses - Life Attitudes and Life Balance

Visit Sue's personal site.

Tim Sledge

Tim Sledge is the Vicar of Romsey. An experienced parish priest, Tim has worked as Mission Enabler for the Diocese of Peterborough and prior to that as Assistant Missioner for the Diocese of Wakefield.

Tony Washington

Tony Washington and his wife Ruth have led local-church youth work as volunteers in Camberley, Wakefield and their current home near Canterbury. They met while volunteering in youth work with Scripture Union, and have been on the team of a number of CPAS summer ventures. Tony has been the Youth Officer for two Church of England Dioceses. Since May 2010 he has been working both as a trainer for the Salvation Army and as a Lifeguard at the local leisure centre while working on an MA in Mission and Ministry.

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