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Levi Phillips

About Levi Phillips

Levi is the Creative Lead at Capital Youth, an initiative run by the Diocese of London Children & Youth Support team. He volunteers in youth ministry and leads worship at Christ Church W4 in Chiswick. Levi completed a degree in Applied Theology before working in marketing and design in the corporate space, bringing both worlds together in his current role at Capital Youth.

Levi Phillips / 3 July 2020

Infographic: How are young people affected by the lockdown?

The children and youth team asked young people across London to share their lockdown experiences.


Levi Phillips / 20 April 2020

Free training on supporting children and youth through grief

The children and youth support team will be running a free 3-hour workshop this week to equip those who might need to support people through loss of a loved one.


Levi Phillips / 29 January 2020

Hackney Choral launches new choir for teens in Stepney Area

The Hackney Senior Choir is for 12-18 year olds from Hackney and surrounding boroughs who love music.


Levi Phillips / 16 January 2020

We took students on retreat to explore the Christian faith

Dan Bishop, a chaplain at Bishop Ramsey School, reflects on a long weekend retreat with secondary school students where they used aspects of the Alpha course to explore the Christian faith more deeply.


Levi Phillips / 15 January 2020

The Spark Fund is now open for a second round of funding

The Spark Fund has opened for a second round of funding to help under 25s run missional projects in the Diocese of London.


Levi Phillips / 25 November 2019

Whosoever launch party in Uxbridge a huge success

Alice Amin, one of the young people involved in running ‘Whosoever’ in Uxbridge, shares what happened at their launch party for the project.


Levi Phillips / 19 November 2019

Church Planting for Children, Families and Young People

The Diocese of London is launching a new primer course in partnership with The Gregory Centre exploring church planting models specifically designed for under-30s and family units.


Levi Phillips / 18 November 2019

Churches Hold Joint Sleepover for Young People

Churches in the anglo-catholic tradition held a joint sleepover with sumo wrestling and creative ways to engage spiritually as part of the night.


Levi Phillips / 29 October 2019

Introducing VOCALISE: A resource for listening to young people

Capital Youth has launched a new series of videos filmed by young people to help start meaningful conversations with teenagers in your church.


Levi Phillips / 30 September 2019

Why we should use sports as part of outreach

Mark Balcar explains why sporting activities are a great medium for connecting with our local communities.


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