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Invite to S Norfolk Christian charity celebration


Integrate YFC are celebrating a fantastic year working with young people from South Norfolk and North Suffolk on Sunday May 22. They are also appealing for churches and organisations in the area who could provide them with larger office space.

Integrate YFC have their Celebration/AGM on May 22 at 6 pm at Costa Coffee in Diss, when they will be celebrating some of the work God has done in South Norfolk and North Suffolk over the last year. 

As well as regular More2Life groups in three local high schools, and vibrant Youth Cafes in Diss, Burston and Banham, they also took a group of young people to the Newday Festival at the Norfolk Showground, where they joined with 6500 other young people to celebrate God. They also ran their own camp at Eaton Vale. 

More recently, Integrate IYC hosted the Elevate dance group from London, who performed and ran workshops locally for children and young people. One of the trustees, Ginni Brinkley said, "All this is done with a core of dedicated youth workers and a wonderful group of volunteers and supporters.  We would be delighted if you came and joined us to celebrate."

Ginni continued, "One matter for urgent prayer is that we have outgrown our office space.  We are thankful for our current room in Diss URC, but as you can see, our growing team can barely squeeze in!" [pictured above] If you know of any suitable space available, preferably in or near Diss, with internet access and room for this growing ministry then please contact Steph Richardson on or 01379 658796. 

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