No doubt you know, or in fact are, a tired, overworked youth or children's leader! This person is probably very busy, has loads of ideas but no time, could do with extra help and sometimes wonders if they're making any difference. We want to meet this person to inspire, encourage and resource them.
For £7 on Saturday 26 May in Bridge of Allan near Stirling, we will feed you, give you tea and coffee, give you time to chat to others just like you, and inspire you with some great training.
Rosey McFarlane is the Students and Young Adults Pastor at Stirling Baptist (formerly the Youth Pastor) and has years of experience working within the church and with Youth for Christ. Her session will be on “Bringing Oomph to your youth and children’s work”. “Working with young people can be fun, exciting, and very rewarding! Particularly when things are going well! But sometimes it’s hard! Young people can be very opinionated!, you get no thanks and you don’t always see the progress. Rosey will be looking at how to stay true to your calling and lead well, through the good and the bad, deepening your relationship with Jesus.”
Charlie Morris, the Director of Urban Saints Scotland, will lead an intriguing and very practical session on “Teaching by not teaching”.
All the details are on the attached flyer, so please decide to come along and forward this email to someone else who needs to be there.
Please RSVP by email, call the Urban Saints office on 0141 331 2400 or find the event in Facebook and click ‘attend’.
This is open to anyone, so bring a friend and benefit from this great opportunity.
Urban Saints is the operating name of The Crusaders' Union, a company limited by guarantee and registered in England & Wales, company number 07771037, charity number 1144923, and in Scotland, charity number SCO39313.