A FREE pop up cafe, visits to a care home and helping with gardening at a homeless shelter are just some of the ways young Christians have been getting involved in the community this half term.

The Noise, a three-day project which launched on Thursday, has seen 90 youngsters and 45 adults from churches across Worcester get involved and help people across the city.

Young people aged from 11 to 18 have been involved in the mission serving in projects across the city from holding a free pop up cafe on Worcester Market in Angel Place, spending time with elderly people in a care home and helping with a gardening project at the Magg's Day Centre.

Youth pastor Amy Wearing said it was about the young people serving in their community and making a difference.

"The point is to get young people out and about, showing and sharing.

"We want to get young people involved in their community and become active members and to make a difference in their community.

"They are not just spending half term indoors they are giving something back and getting stuck in and learning what it means to serve.

"They are all enjoying it, being out and about, it is great fun.

"The pop up cafe was really popular, they had lots of old ladies sat there enjoying a tea and the cakes which were all homemade."

People have also been invited to add their thoughts to the Before I Die wall at The Guildhall.

Mrs Wearing thanked Worcester Cathedral, Worcester Market and Worcester BID for their help.

The Noise draws to a close tomorrow with a big celebration in St Helen's Church, High Street.

For more log on to thenoiseworcester.co.uk.