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Young adults

Young Adults (18-30s)

Are you aged 18-30? Want the opportunity to meet with other young adults across the Festival? We hope that you connect with all that’s taking place across the Festival programme, but if you want some time to join up with others of a similar age then check out what’s on offer specifically for Young Adults.

The Chill Lounge will be open most evenings, a relaxed space to chill, chat, play board games (if that’s your thing) or just snooze on a bean bag! There will also be opportunities for morning Bible study and late-night worship together, as well as an activity every day at 2pm.

We know that Young Adults are a hungry bunch so look out for our sessions where there is free refreshments or food! Toast and Chat at 4pm will be a great opportunity to chat to the different guests from across site who will be taking a seat on the Young Adults sofa.

The Young Adults venue is located in the Broadbelt/Eagles building, no. 14 on the Festival map.


Monday 29 May

10-11amBible Study: Restored Self, led by Jonathan DeanJonathan is Director of Learning for Ministry in the Methodist Church and has previously been a circuit minister, prison chaplain and a lecturer. He will provide a unique perspective on living in a changing and challenging time for the modern church.
4-5pmToast with Guests, with Richard Oppong-BoatengGrab some toast and then join the conversation in the Hope and Anchor with evangelist Richard Oppong-Boateng.
9-11:30pmChill LoungeA space where you can come and have light refreshments, play board games or simply chill & chat. If you’re aged between 18 and 30, be sure to visit the Chill Lounge as we would love to see you there!
11:30pm-12amChilled WorshipCome and close another day of Festival with worship. Our evenings are an informal and relaxed space of praise and prayer where we gather as a small community to meet God in a variety of different and creative ways.