Looking back at Unite 2018
From Friday 25th to Monday 28th May around 250 young people and leaders from across England and Wales came together for Unite at Felden Lodge.
Unite is a weekend camp featuring a semi-structured programme throughout the weekend, primarily aimed at 11 to 18 year olds. It is a great opportunity to enjoy a range of different activities, explore the Christian faith and meet other people from around the region.
Throughout the weekend there were activities including football, archery, hockey, rounders, American football, strong person competitions, a quiz, a campfire and much more. There was even Unite’s version of Total Wipeout, where teams took part in a range of challenges including an inflatable assault course, wrecking ball, water games and puzzles!
Evening entertainment included a film, Minute to Win It challenges, a disco (which included a VIP area with mocktails and a photo booth), and Unite’s Got Talent, the popular talent show which again featured a number of memorable performances!
There were times of worship where everyone came together in the Marquee (the main venue). The speaker was Jim Sutton, who is one of the pastors of Balham Baptist Church in south west London. He spoke on the theme “Faith, Hope and Love”, based on 1 Corinthians 13:13.
Each group at Unite was part of one of three ‘villages’: red, blue and yellow, each led by two Village Leaders. The villages competed against each other throughout Unite to earn points for taking part in activities and winning competitions, with the aim of being named the ‘best village’ during the Unite awards ceremony at the end of the weekend. The winners this year were the blue village, led by Sam Lindridge and Dan Charles of 3rd Gateshead. Well done blues!
We’re already looking forward to Unite 2019, which will take place from Friday 24th to Monday 27th May. For more details as they become available keep an eye on the website and social media!
Comments, photos and videos were posted throughout the weekend using the hashtag #unitebb
You can also check out our highlights video from the weekend here:
24th March 2021
With Unite 2021 just around the corner, we’re offering leaders the opportunity to get a first look at the programme and how your group can get involved. Join us on Wednesday 31st March at 6:30pm where the Unite Planning Team will be explaining how the event will run, along with key programme activities which will […]
4th March 2021
Although it has been a little while since our last update, the Planning Team has been working away behind the scenes on plans for this year’s event! We are delighted to confirm that Unite 2021 will take place as a three-day virtual event from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th May, with a programme of activities […]
23rd February 2021
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Unite 2021 will once again take place as a virtual event from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th May. We want to make sure the event is even bigger and better than last year, and to do that we need your help! Just like last year’s event, all of our […]