Monthly Archives: August 2014

Imago Dei

All humans are made in the image of God – it is an amazing thing to imagine, but somehow we often gloss over this truth. Everyone – no matter who they are, what they look like or even where they … Continue reading

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The Top 15 Youthgroup Clichés

Messy Mondays have done a whole load of different videos – some of them funny, some true, and most a bit of both. This list of 15 clichés is a bit American a times, but would also be a great … Continue reading

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Internet Illustrations for Youth Groups and Leaders!

Every month I post the latest viral sensations, the most interesting clips and some blogs that make you think as a section in the youth mailing sent to volunteers and paid workers in Guildford Diocese. (you can even sign up for … Continue reading

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Exciting new resource available to use with PCCs

We have purchased 20 of the Grove booklet ‘Closing the Back door of the church’ by Bonnie Appleton and Simon Taylor, rector of Busbridge with Hambledon. We will be loaning this as a pack, intended for you to use with … Continue reading

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Diocesan Certificate in Children’s Work or Ministry

The Diocesan certificate is a basic training course for adults, designed for anyone new to working with children in a church context or who would like to refresh their knowledge and skills. It is also a great opportunity to meet … Continue reading

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Blessing of the Back Packs – Great Idea for Start of the School Year

Thanks to Mary Hawes for highlighting this: “With a little bit of adjustment, this could be a good way of blessing families as their children start school/go back to school/transition to a new school. I like the idea of a … Continue reading

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