A week at TeenStreet.
After breakfast, the morning will contain a main teaching session, half an hour of quiet (Shhh time), and NET time. After lunch there will be optional workshops, seminars, games and sports available, as well as time to chill. After dinner, NET groups meet to pray before entering Throne Room. The evening finishes with more free time and a last catch up with your NET before bed.
The morning session (or UNFOLD) starts with a time of worship and then a time of teaching based on the theme of the day.
The evening session (Throne Room) is a longer time of worship. During Throne Room you have the opportunity to go and receive prayer.
A NET group is a single-gender group of around 6 teens, with a coach (small group leader). Meeting three times a day to study the bible, discuss meetings, and answer questions.
You’ll put be put into a group with those that you have booked with from your church group, and/or with those that have booked individually.
If you are wanting to be with someone specific make sure to put it on your registration form and we will try our best to place you in a group together.
During the afternoons we have lots of interactive seminars and workshops for teens to get involved with where we will tackle some of the big questions that face us in our world today. Look out for sports as well as other more high-energy options!
There will be charging stations available onsite for those camping. If you are in dorm-style accommodation there will be plug sockets available.
Arrivals will be from mid-afternoon on the 24th, exact time will be communicated nearer the time, so you are ready for the first item in the programme at 18:30. Departure will be late morning on the 30th, exact time to be communicated nearer the time. Please note that if you are in the dorm-style accommodation you must vacate the room by 9 am on departure day and store your belongings in a designated area until the end of the event.
If you are camping, please allow enough time to pitch your tent on arrival day and pack it down at the end of the week.
Everything you would typically need for a week-long event, sleeping bag and pillow, plus a tent roll mat if you are camping.
- Bible – we recommend bringing a paper bible for NET times rather than using a phone
- Medications clearly labelled if applicable
- Single air mattress or sleeping mat
- Sleeping bag & pillow
- Tent, if camping
- Clothes for warmer & colder days (in line with Kingdom Lifestyle Statement)
- Clothes for getting dirty
- White t-shirt and running clothes you don’t mind getting covered in colour
- Comfortable shoes
- Sun cream/insect repellent
- Purse/wallet to keep pocket money safe (a small tuck shop will sell sweets, cans and crisps)
- Art supplies
- Notebook or diary to record your Big Adventure (daily Bible studies)
- Water bottle
- Torch & spare batteries
- RAG project sponsor sheet, or a donation
You will have three full meals provided for you during each day, as well as an evening meal on arrival day, and breakfast and a packed lunch to take with you on departure day. You may bring other food snacks if you wish, but you will not be able to cook onsite.
If you have any dietary needs, please let us know on your registration form to ensure we accommodate these.
We hope that there will be something you will enjoy at each meal, there will be a variety of options to choose from.
If you have particular dietary needs, please let us know when you register. If you have any additional queries about food, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No pets are allowed onsite except for registered service animals. If you have a service animal, please get in contact beforehand. We will need you to ensure it wears a harness or lead that identifies it at all times on site.