Young People in our Circuit

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Keep watching this page for exciting information about how young people can be involved with our Circuit!

Friday 12th October 7pm at Central Methodist Church Kettering

Come along and find out what it really means to be isolated and to land a plane on some of the Worlds most challenging airstrips. It will be an exciting and interactive evening.

Tuck shop available.
For ages 8 upwards.

If you would like to come along please contact Caroline Barratt at by Friday 5th October


On Saturday 30th June around 60 friends from around the circuit enjoyed a wonderful afternoon at Cornerstone Methodist Church in the glorious sunshine. A delicious BBQ, games and bouncy castle added to the fun and it was fantastic to welcome new families from around the surrounding area. Inside the Church we had 3 prayer spaces where young people could spend time reflecting on subjects of injustice and forgiveness or they could just be still in " The Den ". We finished the afternoon with a time of worship.


#Brownies Cheer Cornerstone

The Brownies at Cornerstone have been so impressed with our new kitchen that they thought the back yard needed some loving care and attention. They have been planting flowers to make sure that everything is bright and cheerful when we look out of the window!




Trooping the Colour

On Saturday June 9th a group of 7 members of 3rd Kettering Boys Brigade attended the Trooping of the Colours in London. They were escorted to the youth enclosure shared with many other youth organisations from all over the country. We managed to get to the front of the enclosure and can even been seen on BBC 1! The arrival of the Royal family provided some great pictures. After the ceremony our group got the opportunity to follow the Queen and a police escort down the Mall waving to the public who were cheering and taking pictures of us. We then got front row view to the balcony and watched the Red Arrows fly past. We all had a fantastic day which we will never forget.
Lydia age 15 years.