Online training events tailored to these challenging times for children's, youth and families workers, volunteers, church leaders and parents/carers facilitated by the SE Partnership Group...
Faith at Home - Thursday 16th July
Wellbeing in the New Normal - Thursday 3rd September
Effective Evangelism - Thursday 8th October
Each two hour session will include input from leading children's and youth ministry practitioners and experts, facilitated discussion groups and full Q&A sessions so you can ask the questions that are most pressing in your ministry amongst children and young people, whether that be in your own family, church or wider community.
Thursday morning training sessions with leading children's and youth ministry practitioners and other experts to equip everyone who works with 0-19's either in the home, in church or in the wider community.
Using the Zoom platform
Faith at Home
with rachel turner
(parenting for faith)
16th July 2020
Raising children in the faith has always primarily been the responsibility of parents and carers, but this fact has been brought into sharper focus than ever through the COVID19 outbreak.
Rachel Turner shared on how we can seize this moment to root faith in the home and equip parents and carers to make children and young people to be today's passionate disciples. You can watch part of Rachel's talk here and you can download a full resource pack bursting with ideas around bringing faith into the home from here..
THE NEW NORMAL
with Dr KATE MIDDLETON
(MIND AND SOUL)
3rd SEPT 2020
Every family in the UK has experienced trauma in the last few months. From the disruption of routine to the loss of friends and family members, COVID19 has impacted on every aspect of children's and young people's lives.
Dr Kate Middleton shared on how we can promote wellbeing through our ministry in the 'new normal' as well as caring for ourselves as we seek to bless others and you can watch part of her talk here. All full resource pack accompanying her session can be downloaded for free by clicking here.
with DAN RANDALL
8th Oct 2020
COVID19 accelerated the shift of children's and young people's worlds from face to face to online. With everything from PE lessons to GP appointments now available on screen, to be absent from the internet is to be out of sight and out of mind.
Dan Randall will be sharing his insights on how we safely and effectively engage in the online space, exploring how to effectively share the Gospel online and equip our children and young people to do the same.
We want BOOST sessions to be accessible to everyone so, thanks to the time given by the SE Partnership Group members, we are able to offer these high quality sessions for only £5 per event, per person.
If you are a worker or volunteer from a church or other Christian organisation who would like to encourage parents/carers or others from your organisation to take part, for only £10 you can bring up to five additional people per event.
If you are on a low income or are a children's/youth ministry student and would like to take part but cannot afford to do so, please contact email@example.com and we will allocate you a subsidised place.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY...
The South East Partnership Group
A collaboration of missional agencies, colleges and churches ministering to children and young people in the South East, bringing change by working together. BOOST is being facilitated by the Christian YouthWork Consortium, the Dioceses of Chelmsford and Rochester, London City Mission, Kick London, Moorlands College, the Red Balloon Foundation, the Southern Synod of the United Reformed Church, Scripture Union, Urban Saints and Youth for Christ.