Life to the Max

Life to the Max: A weekend away for clergy 'kids'.

For children and young people who have parents as ministers, life can be very different to the one their peers experience. ‘Life to the Max’ creates time and space for young people in clergy families to meet with and share their experiences with others. Since its launch in 2002, LTTM is organized in partnership with the Diocese of Bath and Wells. Led by the Youth and Children’s Advisers, young people from across the dioceses travel down together to St George’s House, a Christian activity centre (near Croyde) in September for a fun-filled weekend of surfing, kayaking, mountain biking and archery.

“LTTM gives clergy young people the time and space to be themselves,” explains Dan Jones, Diocesan Youth & Children’s Adviser. “There is no expectation that they believe the same things as their parents. All we try to do is love them for who they are, have a great time and give them the opportunity to meet other young people who can relate to the situations, experiences and emotions they are dealing with”.

  

“Our children look forward to the camaraderie, fun & activities. Life To The Max is a must for both of them. And we as parents highly value the care and attention paid to them by those who look after them, THANK YOU!” Revd Simon Dunn, (Team Vicar in North Chippenham)


“LTTM - Joel’s Story”… click here

“As a family it says to us that our children are valued”… click here

If you would like to know more information about LTTM please contact Dan Jones, Youth & Children’s Adviser, on 0117 906 0100 / daniel.jones@bristoldiocese.org

Click here to download the LTTM information leaflet.