As GCSE and exam season draws to a close, 13-18 year olds across the Reading area are invited to a well-earned night of music with pizza afterwards.

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With live musicians, a short and relevant youth message, competitions and giveaways on the night, both Christian and non-Christians are welcome to the event. The evening takes place on Friday, June 15 and will be fully supervised and is hosted at South of Reading Christian Fellowship – a church, which has been running since Reading’s Victorian millionaire, William Palmer, gifted the land and the Mitford Mission Hall for Christian service in 1885.Colin Cassidy, the fellowship’s youth leader, said the challenges facing today’s youngsters are enormous.“At no other time in our history has the transformational power of the Christian message been more needed or more neglected,” he said. “Britain is in a real mess; economically, morally and spiritually and it’s these young guys who’ll have to face it all, head on.” Colin added: “While we still have the chance, Britain’s Church should be reminding the next generation about the simple Gospel which – many still argue – once made Britain the greatest empire on earth.”

South of Reading Christian Fellowship is behind the Florist in Three Mile Cross. For details, call the church on (0118) 988 4508.

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