Watford youth members meet Archbishop of Canterbury

Watford youth members meet Archbishop of Canterbury

Watford youth members meet Archbishop of Canterbury

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Young members of a Watford church met and chatted with the Archbishop of Canterbury during a national rally last week.

Soul Survivor Church Watford, which is the youth wing of the Church of England, held one of their annual five day youth events for young people and leaders at the Staffordshire Showground. Teenagers attended from churches from all parts of the UK. 

Rev Mike Pilavachi introduced Archbishop Justin Welby to the gathered teenagers in a question and answer session. 

Rt Rev Welby spoke about his life before going into the Christian Ministry and his life as a spiritual leader of the Anglican Church and he even revealed who he follows on Twitter. 

He later went on  to take part in the evening  service with thousands of young people. The next morning he took part in celebrating communion.

 

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10:18am Tue 5 Aug 14

Celest says...

I loved that the Archbishop visited Soul Survivor and that the youth prayed for him. A good foundation laid for our future leaders to pray and trust God. Prayer is never just a prayer. A prayer moves God's hand, stirs His heart, and when He steps onto the scene, there is bound to be a 360 degree change - all for the better.
I loved that the Archbishop visited Soul Survivor and that the youth prayed for him. A good foundation laid for our future leaders to pray and trust God. Prayer is never just a prayer. A prayer moves God's hand, stirs His heart, and when He steps onto the scene, there is bound to be a 360 degree change - all for the better. Celest
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