Established 25 years ago in Portstewart, it is now based in Coleraine town centre, providing a hub of youth ministry offering opportunities for young people to create friendships and discover Jesus.
The Mayor, Councillor Ivor Wallace said: “I was delighted to meet with some of the team from Exodus North-East to learn more about their youth ministry within the Borough.
“I enjoyed hearing about the work they do, including their various activities, mentoring and internships.”
Ethan Clarke, Regional Exodus Leader added: “It was our privilege to be with the Mayor. His desire for our Borough to thrive was evident, as we laughed and shared stories over coffee. We want to thank the Mayor for honouring our work and wish to thank the Mayor’s Office for organising the afternoon.
Exodus was first established in 1997 and now has six locations throughout Northern Ireland.
To find out more go to https://www.exodusonline.org.uk/