Breathe dates planned for 2010 so far are:

20th February, Breathe @ Buckie, 7-9pm - poster

21th March, Breathe @ Kincorth South St Nicholas Church, 7-9pm - poster

24 April, Breathe @ Stonehaven, St Bridgets Church Hall, 7-9pm - poster / flyer

21 May, Breathe @ Kemnay, Pentecost in the Park, 7-9pm

27 June, Breathe @ Kintore Church Hall, 7-9pm  poster / flyer

As always please get in touch if you'd like to host Breathe later in the year. 

We're now confirming dates for Breathe for the coming year. We're now fully booked until Christmas and can currently confirm the following dates:

7-9pm, Sunday 8th November, Laurencekirk Parish Church - poster

7-9pm, Sunday 15th November, Sheddocksley Baptist Church (Aberdeen) - poster

7-9pm, Saturday 5th December, Macduff Parish Church - poster

Join us in celebration and thanks to God of 20 years since the founding of Aberdeen & District YFC! Over that time a lot of great things have happened in God's name - missions like Granite Busters, events like Powerpoint and Sonrise, schoolswork, and our ongoing ministries like Breathe, Rock Solid clubs and youth leader training. We're having a ceilidh and stovies night at 7:30pm on 18 September at the Copthorne Hotel in Aberdeen with a short talk and video about NESYFC's ministry past and present. Everyone is invited; from current and past YFC volunteers and staff to people who are just up for a good party. A poster is available from here. Find out how to by tickets by clicking read more below...

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On Friday 3rd July, we held a Breathe event at lunchtime in Banff academy. The programme was even more fast paced than usual, with lots of games linked to the theme of individuality. These included the 2 minute date (where a whole meal is blended into one minging drink for one unlucky volunteer), donut eating race, headbasket (catching ever bigger fruit using your head) and many more! Some of the pupils from Banff helped to set up the event and showed the team around the school, giving us the opportunity to meet the young people. The event was a great success with well over 50 children attending at some points during lunch time.  

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