What a whirlwind! Tomorrow (15th June) is my last day working as intern for CEYC as I start my new job next week! The last nine months have gone so fast and it feels strange that after seven years as a diocesan rep, core group member or intern I’ll be back to a member of CEYC with no roles or extra responsibility!
I’m really excited to be following my calling to working in ministry and dedicating my whole life, working hours included, to helping people walk closer to God. I’m going to be a parish assistant in Fulbourn and the Willbrahams near Cambridge, a thriving group of four Churches which I’m really excited to join!
CEYC is an amazing organization, made up of so many young people so keen to serve God in as many ways as they possibly can! It’s been an honor getting to know each of you at residentials and day meetings and working with the Core Group. I really do believe that CEYC has a bright future to serve the young people of the Church of England and challenge the institutions of the Church to step back and look at their business with fresh, youthful eyes!
The intern role will be vacant now until September – applications are still open if you’re interested in applying – click here!! 😉 It’s such a blessing to be able to serve such a fantastic group of young people. The Core Group will be taking on some of the tasks I do over the next few months but please be patient if response are slightly slower! They all are students or in full time employment whilst also coordinating CEYC – legends!
I hope CEYC will be as inspirational to you as it has been to me and thank you to everyone who has made my CEYC journey so amazing!
Bethan is the CEYC Intern. When she’s not at work she fills her time with Scouting, exploring mountains and beaches, and baking. She is passionate about facillitating young people to fulfil their potential and set an example, be that in Scouting, in Church or in the wider world. You can follow her on her sporadically active twitter account @betherthanu .