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United Reformed Church Youth

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The United Reformed Church Youth[1] is the umbrella organisation for young people aged 11–25 within the United Reformed Church.[2]

Formed in 1974 as FURY. It was led by an Advisory Board elected at the annual FURY Assembly. Between 2013 and 2016 FURY underwent a restructuring becoming the United Reformed Church Youth. The new body that acted on behalf of the Assembly were named the URC Youth Executive The details of this new structure can be found on the website

Events

  • FURY Assembly- event run annually up to and including 2011 in January for all young people in the URC, this was superseded by URC Youth Assembly in 2012.


Youth Assembly Moderators

[3]
Year Name Notes
1973-74 David Peel The position was referred to as Chairman from this point onwards
1974-75 Mark Williams
1975-76 Phil Baker
1976-77 Brian Acty
1977-78 Susan Flatman (née Stevenson)
1978-79 Chris Brann
1979-80 Alison Mills (née Pagan)
1980-81 Stephen Brown
1981-82 Jon Taylor
1982-83 John Hardaker
1983-84 Viv Barthram (née Ross)
1984-85 Graham Sweeney
1985-86 Craig Bowman
1986-87 Howard Taylor
1987-88 Heather Black (née Ross)
1988-89 Jonathon Slow
1989-90 Fran Kissack
1990-91 Alan Hughes
1991-92 David Leon
1992-93 Pamela Leon (née Harvey) The position was referred to as Chair from this point onwards
1993-94 Paul Ashworth
1994-95 Andy Jackson
1995-96 John Dryburgh
1996-97 James Horton
1997-98 Jenny Downing (née Hale)
1998-99 Georgette Frankline (née Margrett)
1999-00 Neil Platt
2000-01 Huw Morrison
2001-02 Emma Gough (née Hartwell)
2002-03 Emma Pugh
2003-04 Rosemary Simmons and Gareth Marshall-Jones
2004-05 Amanda Hobbs (née Wade)
2005-06 Gareth Jones
2006-07 Isobel Simmons
2007-08 Andy Littlejohns The position was referred to as Moderator from this point onwards
2008-09 James Wickens
2009-10 Josh Thomas
2010-11 David Harvey
2011-12 Victoria Paulding
2012-13 Jane and Gary Leighton
2013-14 Rebecca Whiffen
2014-15 Matthew Barkley
2015-16 Andrew Weston
2016-17 Sandy Nunn
2017-18 Dan Morrell
2018-19 Hannah Jones
2019-20 Natalie Gibbs and Katie Henderson
2020-21 Reuben Watt Current Youth Assembly Moderator
2021-22 Jo Harris Current Youth Assembly Moderator-Elect


References

  1. ^ "Home". Urcyouth.org.uk. Retrieved 2017-03-25.
  2. ^ "Welcome to the United Reformed Church website". Urc.org.uk. Retrieved 2017-03-25.
  3. ^ "Past Moderators | URC Youth". Retrieved 2020-04-11.
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