Pulse Youth Ministry was first established in the summer of 2012 off the back of an existing Youth Cafe in the Great Brickhill area. A group of local Christians came together with a vision to see young people served across Milton Keynes.
Relationships are at the foundation of everything we do and it is our mission to relevantly serve young people within their local area enabling them to grow and develop.
“The Pulse team have a desire to serve young people and to help them become all they are designed to be. Pulse provides a fun, safe, creative environment that young people want to be in. Working in partnership with others they seek to be great role models while giving opportunities for others to flourish”.
Dan Harris, Church & Community Development Officer
Our projects are built upon safe and welcoming environments where young people have space to build relationships with each other and get to know more about themselves in the process. All of the projects we run are open to everyone and seek to maintain a healthy culture and atmosphere, which in turn allows young people to experience God’s love and discover more about who they were created to be.
“Pulse is an organisation which actively seeks to help young people find and develop their purpose and reason for living, through encouragement, one-2-one relationship building and through good role modelling. Pulse is committed to this cause and it’s recent successes have demonstrated this to be so. I highly recommend them”.
Reverend Simon J Downing, Minister Aston Clinton Baptist Church