Loving this approach to mission training and experience in Baltimore.
“It’s not a typical approach to Christian missions and outreach, but it’s a critical part of The Center’s work. An innovative mission program launched seven years ago by the Presbytery of Baltimore, The centre hosts church groups from throughout the United States, connecting them with Baltimore churches engaged in outreach ministry in the city. At The Center, the volunteers not only do good works; they also immerse themselves in the theology of missions and the social and economic roots of poverty and race”
What we can learn from the Chris Pratt Video, Yellow Braces Plus, The ‘Shuffle’ resource and more.
The Church of England Safeguarding handbook has been updated and is available here
St Michael & St Mary Magdalene, Easthampstead
Youth and Family Outreach Leader
- Are you called to lead youth and family ministry in a large and diverse Anglican parish?
- Do you have a vision and gifts to engage with young people and families?
- Do you have a heart for mission and a proactive approach to community outreach?
Location: Bracknell, Berkshire
Salary: £20-25,000 pa depending on experience
Parish information and application papers available on our website: www.stmichaelseasthampstead.org.uk
It was quite a surprise to see that Soul Survivor will end in 2019 as it has been part of the youth ministry landscape since 1993. Good to see the wisdom and courage involved though in discerning that it was time to stop.
“Right from the start of Soul Survivor, we always said that when God told us to stop, we would. We believe that time has come, and we want to be obedient. We’ve always been humbled by the amount of support you’ve shown us, and so we know some of you may feel sad about this decision.”
A gathering in Burford for 11-18s exploring faith and Identify.
Sept 22nd. Booking required
All details here
All saints Marlow are looking for a half time worker
All details below
Marlow YW – advert – FINAL
Newbury YMCA are looking to recruit a new worker
Closing date 21st May. Details here
“We are looking for a Youth Worker with the experience, skills and enthusiasm to lead our established projects with Young People in Newbury. This includes two weekly youth cafes (which include “Faith Space” sessions), sports coaching and schools work. We see more than 100 young people each week, so being able to build rapport and positive relationships with young people from a variety of backgrounds is key.
You will have the scope to develop new projects and take the work in new directions, depending on your interests, which might be sport, music or something else! You will need the ability to work collaboratively with other voluntary organisations, schools and churches”
A new Discipleship resource from CMS