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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 / 11 July 2018

Faith-based events this summer for young people

Summer events are an amazing chance to get that all-important contact time with young people that builds relationships. If you’ve been wondering which … Read more


Levi Phillips / 11 July 2018

To be a pilgrim…twelve young people serve on national pilgrimage

Fr Stephen Gallagher reflects on the involvement of young people from his parish in the National Walsingham Pilgrimage, a key event in the … Read more


Levi Phillips / 11 July 2018

The story so far…what we’re learning from Youth Minsters in Kensington

Levi Phillips from Capital Youth joined a meeting between Youth Minsters in Kensington, to see what the teams have been learning so far … Read more


Levi Phillips / 22 May 2018

Exploring ‘life to the full’ in schools across Kensington

Mary Kok, Youth and Schools Chaplain in the Kensington Area, shares in-depth her experiences leading a team of volunteers in a five-week mission … Read more


Levi Phillips / 22 May 2018

Going and growing in youth ministry

Every church has hundreds, perhaps thousands of young people living in their parish – but how do you connect with them? What kind … Read more


St George's Southall young preacher
Levi Phillips / 24 April 2018

How our young people led a creative Sunday service

Diocese of London Volunteer, Linu George, reports on a service and preaching organised by young people in the Southall area, on the theme of ‘Generation of Diversity’.


Lift Gig
Levi Phillips / 3 April 2018

Young people respond to the gospel at Youth Minster gig

An evangelistic contemporary music gig saw 25 young people respond to the gospel at Christ Church W4, part of Capital Youth.


The LiveLife team
Levi Phillips / 8 March 2018

What happens when you spend a week with students talking about faith?

A week of mission activities took place in Kensington schools that challenged students to think about faith and prayer. The first schools mission of its kind.


Levi Phillips / 26 February 2018

A Place They Can Own: How We Started Engaging Young People

Adele Burgess tells us how they started supporting young people in their transition from primary to secondary school, through a simple room they … Read more


Levi Phillips / 1 February 2018

Over 200 young people attend youth concert at St Saviour’s Sunbury

The launch of a Youth Minster in Sunbury saw over 200 under-18s attend a concert opened by the church’s youth band and headlined … Read more


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