The latest Messy Church Newsletter has been published which various ideas can be used on Brigade nights. To view the latest edition click here. If you are interested in subscribing to this newsletter there is a link at the bottom of that newsletter.
The National Autistic Society have recently published some excellent materials to assist with any of our members or leaders with Autism.
Further information can be found here http://www.autism.org.uk/professionals/others/activity-sports.aspx
For our leaders we have published a worksheet to use in our companies to pdf download click here (853 KB) (you will need to log in to download this).
The wait is over: Risen arrives in UK cinemas this Friday! Now’s the time to book tickets - and if your struggling to find a local screening, we’ve got the answers. Anyone can easily find out where the film is showing (search for cinemas here), and contact their local cinema this week to request a screening if the film isn’t already being advertising there. Remember: the more people get in touch and buy tickets, the longer cinemas will keep Risen on their screens - and the more likely they are to show this kind of film in the future!
The free, official community resources are live and waiting to be downloaded. You will find everything you need to organise a fun and thought-provoking event based around Risen. The film is an opportunity the church can’t miss this Easter, exploring faith in an exciting and accessible way.
We have recently published a training matrix to assist our members, young leaders, officers and volunteers in showing what training is required for each rank in the CLCGB. To view a copy of the training matrix click on the following link (which will take you through to the CLCGB training website) http://youthtraining.org.uk/moodle22/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=7
Nominations are now open to be put forward from the youth sector for the UK National Honours. There are two lists published every year at New Year and again in mid-June on the date of the Queen’s official birthday.
As you know, the honours process provides a great opportunity to recognise outstanding individual acheivements and highlight the contribution of the youth sector as a whole. We know that there are many people in the sector making a significant and sustained positive impact on the lives of young people, and we need your help to identiy these important individual within the CLCGB.
We are sure there are many people who would be worthy of an award. As this year we will be celebrating our 125 Anniversary it would be fantastic if we had several of our Officers, Members, and Volunteers receiving these award.
To find out more and to download the form click on this link: pdf UK National Honours (84 KB)