‘Getting messy’ to kick off 2022

Published on 7th Mar, 2022

WelCom March 2022

Lorraine (Rain) Forest

Illumin8 Youth ‘getting messy’ at their outdoor Summer get-together last month. Photo: Supplied

What better way to start the year than shaving foam, slime, and colour powder? Illumin8 Youth from the Catholic Parish of New Plymouth played a range of games designed to get their clothes covered in mess but leave their hearts full of joy. It was a fantastic way to start youth group for the year and we’re looking forward to heaps more fun and faith together in our youth community in coming months. Check out our Instagram Illumin8youthnp or email [email protected] to find out more or to get involved.

In these difficult Covid-related times, we ensure mask-wearing is enforced amongst our young people – 12 to 18 years – at indoor venues and in places of worship. Masks are exempt while undertaking physical activities, eating while seated, and are encouraged but not compulsory outdoors.

Rain Forest is Youth Minister, Catholic Parish of New Plymouth.

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