In this podcast Gavin talks to Jon Slocombe the manager for the Newport Food Bank. We hear Jon share his heart to serve those in our community that are in the midst of crisis.
Gavin wonderfully got the opportunity this week to talk to Dai Hankey, a pastor from Cardiff who in his spare time manages a not for profit company called 'Manumit Coffee'.
Lois loves to create and serve families to talk about Jesus. At her church she was involved in designing some table mats to encourage discussion at the dinner table.
To round off our Christmas Market project idea we've made an editable risk assessment! Please feel to adapt it to your church context.
As Easter approaches and we start our preparations, we wanted to help out. So we've gathered together some helpful websites and videos with ideas for both virtual and in-person Easter services.
Whether your church is meeting in person or virtually for your Easter service, we've collected some handy resources that we hope will serve you as you plan and prepare.
Struggling to think of ways to connect with your Teens in lockdown? This challenge has been designed to bring Teens together to have some fun in a time where we're unable to meet in person.
This is part of our Mercy Multiplied Project idea which can be adapted to any church size and any church budget.
Join Gavin and Linda as they share stories about the birth of Mercy Multiplied project idea, the heart behind it and what it looks like in action.
Meet Linda as she explains a project idea to share Jesus and express kindness to your community- Mercy Multiplied!
This is an editable Christmas Market Stalls Terms and Conditions sheet which is one of the documents for our Christmas Market project idea. We hope this saves you some time!
This is an editable christmas market stall acceptance letter to stallholders who have registered their interest, giving them information about the event and how to confirm their place.
As we are forced to cancel more and more church events in the coming months due to covid-19, our Christmas program is not looking very promising. So I have put together a short video of an idea......