Our first newsletter of 2016 is now out! You can get it here.
Steven Hamilton, who was our Outreach Worker and Director, finished working with us on a paid basis, but stayed on as a volunteer until the end of 2015 to help us manage the Tillydrone/Seaton work. He has now had to pull out of this also, due to the other things he has been involved with, and increasing pressures on his time. We all appreciate the amount of work that Steven has done in helping us to reach young people in the North East. He has also been instrumental in getting us involved in regular schools work, cage ministry, missions, networking with other churches and co-ordinating our pool of volunteers.We wish him and Mhairi every blessing, as they continue in their service for the Lord.
Give thanks - after the theft of our cage, the insurance paid out, we were able to get a replacement at a good price, and our new Panna KO Football Cage is ready for action! It is already mounted on our new replacement trailer, and all we need now is enough volunteers to crew it. So if any of you readers can help with that, let us know. And - this is the best part - we have a set of floodlights so it can be used on dark nights early next year! This, and some support for training our volunteers, was courtesy of the Lord Provost’s Charitable Fund.
The Cage is now back in action - here it is at Seaton Primary Car Park with our new lights for operation on dark winter evenings. Praise God for His provision! Now all we need is more team volunteers, so please consider whether you can help out, and pray that Curtis and the team get a good response from young people as they take The Cage out.
Outreach to Young People in Tillydrone & Seaton
Brothers and Sisters in Christ – Can You Help Us?
North East Scotland Youth for Christ (NESYFC) have been both blessed and privileged to be a part of the growing multi team ministry which is coming together as one body in Christ to follow His example and reach out to people where they are and particular in Tillydrone and Seaton.
As you know, we have our full time youth worker Curtis Sangbarani working with the young people (football coaching, school pastor at St Machar Academy, befriender at Riverbank School, TLG, Cage football, discipling young people, helping out at the Mission and Lighthouse etc). We are seeing that work impacting on young people in a positive way.
Through people moving on and being called to other parts of our Lords work, we at NESYFC are at a critical stage in our ministry regarding the manpower required behind the scenes, to support and develop the ‘front end’ work in Tillydrone and Seaton. At the moment it is difficult for us to see how the ministry can continue in its present form if we do not get more people on board.