Bright Lights Youth Group is an initiative from the Diocese; to bring together young people from the Colwyn Bay and Llandudno parishes and provide them with opportunities to enrich their lives in the Catholic faith. We are a fun, creative group that enables catholic youth to meet new people, share ideas and learn more about their faith in a fun way. The group is open to young people aged 7 years and above, however younger siblings are welcome with parental/adult supervision.
Contact: Nelly or Dominique by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
“Forming disciples for Christ beyond the First Holy Communion; by integrating young people into the life of the parish, the liturgy, the community and the wider world as followers of Jesus.”
This term we will celebrate and showcase our God given talents by working towards and producing our second parish Christmas talent show. The young people will be busy singing, performing, reciting, playing musical instruments, making the costumes and decorating/preparing the set. This is planned for mid-December 2017 to give us plenty of time to nurture our talents.
Weather permitting we will also tidy the Bright Lights garden and enjoy some outdoors play.
For upcoming sessions dates check the Parish Events Calendar
Young parishioners are encouraged to volunteer with the youth group for their Duke of Edinburgh awards, UCAS applications and the Welsh Baccalaureate. Parents and Grand-parents are also welcome to support the youth group with their skills and adult supervision.
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