Faith, Relationships, and Young People
A website for Young People, Professionals, and people of every Faith Community
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The content across our website is currently being checked over. We strive to provide information that is up to date, correct and inclusive of all young people. If we haven’t quite gotten there yet and you see anything that needs updating please do let us know through our 'Questions' page.
Want help to discover who you are? Want to know more about your body? Search through the My Self pages to learn more about puberty, self-image, media pressure and discover who you really are.
What does your faith mean to you? What does your religion say about sex? Relationships? Same-sex relationships? Find out more about your faith and what it says about the important topics.
Is it love or infatuation? Am I ready to have sex? What about marriage?Every relationship is different so read through the Relationships pages and find out for yourself the answer to those tricky questions.
The Faith, Relationships and Young People (FRYP) website is here to empower young people to be true to themselves as young people of faith. We hope that the information and support that this website provides can help young people make intelligent and spiritually sensitive choices about relationships and sex.
FRYP is run by Alternatives Trust East London (Charity No: 1103724) The Alternatives’ education team delivers faith-sensitive Relationship and Sex Education in local schools, colleges and youth settings. Alternatives was founded in 1994 as a professional and confidential service to anyone experiencing unintended pregnancy, pregnancy loss following an abortion or a miscarriage, or struggling because of a pregnancy-related issue..
FRYP was developed by the NewISH (Newham Interfaith Sexual Health) Forum, which began its work in 2008 and consists of service providers, education professionals, local council representatives, and faith and voluntary groups.