Flame 2023 – Saturday 4th March 2023

Register Your Interest Now!!

As part of the CYM programme for parishes and schools in and around Bromley Deanery, we are making arrangements to take a group of up to 100 young people to Flame 2023 at Wembley Arena on Saturday 4th March 2023, travelling by coach.

Flame is a national youth congress organised by CYMFed for young people aged 14 years and upwards.

Many exciting speakers will be there and the day is expected to be a fantastic opportunity to celebrate our shared faith on a grand scale.  The theme for this event is ‘Rise Up!’ and focuses on how “Mary arose and went with haste.”

Rise up after the pandemic, Rise up as young Catholics, Rise up – as Mary did – for the surprising and beautiful adventure that is our Catholic faith.

Adeniké or Niké as she is known to us, is making a guest appearance!

Adeniké is a singer-songwriter from Orpington and a passionate youth leader at her local parish, Our Lady of the Crays Church (Orpington) and has previously attended FLAME events in her capacity as a youth leader. She was a contestant on the last series of The Voice, UK (2020), under mentor and coach WILL.I.AM, where she wowed the coaches with a rendition of ‘Get Here’ by Oleta Adams. She successfully reached the semi- finals of the show and has since partaken in several tours performing as Whitney Houston in theatres and arenas across the country. She recently performed at the Inauguration of the President of the Law Society and continues to perform at events both national and internationally. Aside from her music career, Adeniké studied Law at the University of Kent and currently works at the Ministry of Justice, Judicial Office. She is also a martial arts instructor and teaches young children; she currently holds a black belt (3rd Dan) in Taekwondo. She supports CYMFED in various work streams and actively volunteers at various charities in her spare time.

Have a look at videos, resources and the programme for the day by visiting FLAME – CYMFed

Reserve your ticket by clicking here or email: lollybell@rcaos.org.uk

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