Unite 2021 will take place as a three-day virtual event from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th May, with a programme of activities aimed at Over 11’s (Company/Seniors age groups) being streamed and available online throughout the weekend.
What’s in store at this year’s event?
Unite 2021 will be free to take part in, and it will be possible to do so in a home setting, or in a group either as part of a virtual session or face-to-face where regulations permit.
The programme will feature a number of activities throughout the weekend which young people, their families and leaders will all be able to get involved in. Content will be launched across our social media channels throughout the weekend and some activities will be done via Zoom.
Our theme for the weekend is ‘Unite TV . . . Challenge Accepted!’ and will include competitions such as a Quiz, Taskmaster, Unite’s Got Talent, Bake Off and Scrapheap Challenge, as well as a morning workout, campfire, escape room and lots more!
Worship at Unite
Worship will be a key part of Unite and we are so excited that Dez Johnston will be joining us again this year. Dez is the Europe, Middle East & North Africa Ambassador for Alpha Youth and he will be working alongside our Pastoral Team to bring some unmissable times of worship!
The talks will tie in with our theme as we look at characters in the Bible who were set tasks by God and how we can look to Jesus to help us overcome challenges and difficult times in our lives. We’ll look at the story of Jonah and the various times the disciples were sent out by Jesus.
Our mornings will start with a Thought for the Day and this year we will be thinking about how we view mental health in light of our faith and our whole person being created in the image of God.
Below are a series of documents to help you or your group get involved in Unite 2021:
Bake Off – Showstopper Challenge (entry deadline 2pm on Sunday 30th May)
Bake Off – Signature Challenge (entry deadline 2pm on Sunday 30th May)
Bake Off – Technical Challenge (entry deadline 2pm on Sunday 30th May)
Challenge Hour (entry deadline Friday 21st May)
Community Challenge (entry deadline Friday 21st May)
Scrapheap Challenge (entry deadline 1pm on Sunday 30th May)
Taskmaster – Task List (entry deadline Friday 21st May)
The entry deadline for Unite’s Got Talent is Friday 21st May.
Sign up forms
For the following activities, advance sign up is required:
How do we watch the content?
Activities at Unite 2021 will be streamed and available online, so make sure you are following these channels so you can keep up with all that’s going on!
Share what you’re getting up to by using #unitebb across social media!
Are there any sessions for leaders?
Yes! There will be the opportunity for leaders to get involved in a series of Leaders Workshops during the course of the weekend. These will take place on Zoom and you can sign up at the following links:
I have a question . . .
No problem – drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help!
14th June 2021
Unite 2021 took place from 28th to 30th May, with a programme of activities being streamed live from Felden Lodge. It was fantastic to see groups from across the country getting involved, with young people taking part via leader-led face-to-face or virtual sessions, or in home settings supported by parents/carers. The speaker for the weekend […]
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 […]