Hub104 in lockdown
From Friday 22nd May we are going to be running Hub104 online.
With so much of life being on pause at the moment we want to offer a space for young people (12-17) in the local community to enjoy spending time together. We will host various games and provide a space safe for young people to have fun with their peers.
Please get in touch with Gemma (Youth Development Worker at King's Church Edinburgh) for more information about what we'll be doing and to sign your young person up for our online sessions.
What is Hub104?
Hub104 is a weekly, free and volunteer-run youth cafe for local secondary school students at Boroughmuir or in the local area. We create a safe, fun and welcoming space for teenagers on Friday afternoons, where anyone of secondary school age can come to relax, socialise and play games after a week at school. Each week there's an opportunity to discuss the Christian faith, but mostly we're just here to let the young people be themselves and enjoy an afternoon of video games, group activities, pool, pizza, milkshakes and good conversation.
Hub104 is staffed by a great team of youth workers who are there to chat, join in with activities and encourage young people to reach their potential.
Information for Parents
Hub104 is an initiative of Kings Church Edinburgh. We're a community of people who love Jesus and want to bless the city of Edinburgh.
Our team are appropriately recruited, trained and supported as they work with young people from our city - including a high standard of good practice, child-protection training, and membership to the PVG scheme.
We enjoy working in partnership with parents, local organisations and professionals as we help young people reach their potential. If you would like extra information, please get in touch with our Youth Development Worker, Gemma Morton.