Everything Pippa does aims to raise up young leaders; through worship and prayer – it’s all about other people. Sidling up to Pippa who acts as an Alpha Coach for Parishes in the South of England, it’s undeniable that our ears have been privy to treats worth sharing.
Pippa makes waves. Her part in One Hope Project brings together young people to explore the love of God through creativity and worship. Pippa also began No Agenda, a worship event in her home once a fortnight, packed by up to 60 people who come to praise together.
Telling the stories of others is not only a chance to celebrate Pippa’s ministry but the lives of those who have been drawn to a culture she has cultivated. For young people seeking something new to do on a Tuesday evening, or after school, Alpha can prove to be a gateway for finding new friends and having open conversations. Whilst running Joel’s Bar, Pippa met a young person who had a change of course after attending Alpha for just those reasons.
Relocating to Ireland for a chance at an internship with the Alpha Ireland team,
'His life has been turned around. He wasn’t in the best place, and now he is living his life for Jesus. That’s a pretty good story.'
Alpha could be the beginning of someone’s relationship with Jesus. Providing a setting for young people which is attractive and draws them in – that’s what we like to do here. For a tool to use in your relaxed and inclusive environment, visit our latest Youth resource, the Alpha Youth Series. If you have a story on your doorstep of someone you know who has been impacted by Alpha we would love to hear it, so let us know.