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Children’s Ministry with Terry Williams
24/03/2018, 12:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Come along for an afternoon of training with Terry Williams who has been involved with ministering to Children throughout the world for over 30 years. We’ll be practically exploring this vital area of Christian ministry and being equipped for the task of sharing faith with children in the 21st century.
The Friday 23rd March event is aimed at those regularly involved in children’s ministry who would appreciate an opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in helping them to be more effective in reaching children with the gospel. Saturday 24th Mar is aimed at anyone who either has an interest in the area of children’s ministry and wants to find out more or who are involved but might not have huge amounts of experience. Saturday will have a stronger focus on sports ministry with some resources available for how we might engage with the football world cup this summer. Both will hopefully be hugely valuable days for whoever you are if you manage to come along.
If you are involved with children’s ministry on some level this afternoon’s introduction to the area of children’s ministry is an ideal opportunity to grow in knowledge and skill. Best practise in children’s ministry will be applied to the area of Sports Ministry which will introduce you to opportunities to engage with the World Cup theme this summer. Resources and training on whole school days, extra- curricular material, collective worship and sports camps will be included as part of the afternoon.
Saturday 24th March, 2018, 12:45- 17:00
Venue for Saturday event: Corse and Staunton Village Hall, Gloucester Rd, Corse, Gloucester GL19 3RQ
Contact: or ring 07906301007 (Places also available on day)
…trained and worked as a teacher in primary and secondary schools before joining the staff team of Scripture Union Queensland, Australia, where he has worked for 32 years as a specialist in children’s ministry. In 2008 Terry joined the SU International staff team for half of his time, helping to train and multiply trainers in more than 30 countries. His passion is to see children come to know Jesus and to experience ‘LIFE to the full’ that relationship with Jesus offers as well as supporting families in their primary role as part of faith formation. Terry is married to Margaret and they have three adult children and three grandchildren.