A Recipe For Running A Middle School Friends Overnight For Your Meeting Or Quarter
BY JENNIFER GALLOWAY AND M.S. COMMITTEE
Brief, simple, practical, leader-tested ideas for organizing an overnight Quaker youth gathering in your meeting house.
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting 1996 10 PP. Looseleaf
Content: This is a guide for organizing successful small Middle School overnight gatherings. Offers ideas for program content as well as complete a complete recipe for a gathering from the pre-planning to the post cleanup stages.
Age Range: For adults who work with youth 10-13 years old.
Preparation Time: Requires extensive preparation.
Activities: Ideas for discussions, games, crafts, singing, and cooking, worship-sharing.
Supplies/Equipment: A large room for activities and overnight sleeping is required as well and kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Additional resources: Working with Middle Schoolers, and Just Do It!, available from the FGC Bookstore, and New England Yearly Meeting’s Guide to Planning a Youth Gathering, available from the Christian Education Committee of New England Yearly Meeting.