Little old me will be discussing film and youth work at the International Christian College on 1st March at 6.30pm. Come along if you can.
details below or check out the ICC website here
Reel Faith: Film and Youth Ministry in Conversation
Thursday 1 March 2012
More often than not we only use film in our youth work in order to introduce a concept via a 2 minute clip. But film is so much more than that. As a filmmaker and a Christian youth worker, Steven Mitchell believes that film can be used creatively to challenge and inspire young people but we need to rethink how we use it.
Come along and be part of the conversation.
|Steven Mitchell completed the BA in Youth Work with Applied Theology graduating in 2010, since then he has worked as youth worker at South Beach Baptist Church in Saltcoats. He is also an award winning filmmaker who has created a number of short films in a range of genres including Prodigal, which explore questions of love, goodness, and forgiveness through the fallen angel Satan and Speed Date, a silent romantic comedy set in the world of speed dating, which premiered at the Loch Ness Film Festival.|
Cost: £5 (including light refreshments)
Where to find us:
Buchan Bus Station is 10 minutes walk from the college. The nearest railway stations are Queen Street (15 mins walk) and High Street (10 mins walk). Buchanan Street is the nearest Underground Station.
Buses 11, 12, 38, 42, 56 all come along Cathedral Street and stop just a few minutes walk from the college.
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