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Sam Donoghue

About Sam Donoghue

Sam Donoghue is Head of Children and Youth for the Diocese of London, a keen cyclist and a supporter of Everton FC.

Sam Donoghue / 9 February 2021

5 ways to involve children and youth in online services

Sam and the team share some tips for how to involve children and young people better in what we’re doing online.


Sam Donoghue / 30 November 2020

The skills you need

Sam Donoghue and his team are setting up a new online training centre, called The Learning Hub, crammed full of training to help new volunteers and experienced workers alike. He tells us more…


Sam Donoghue / 16 July 2020

Would your kids watch Hamilton?

Sam Donoghue reflects that parents already have the skills needed to make faith at home at work, they just don’t always realise it.


Sam Donoghue / 18 June 2020

What if it doesn’t work?

Sam Donoghue from the Children’s and Youth Ministry team shares some insights on family spirituality and when it doesn’t go quite right.


Sam Donoghue / 11 June 2020

How tall was Goliath?

Sam Donoghue, our Head of Children and Youth, talks about tackling tricky questions.  Last week I was out walking a child (this is the … Read more


Sam Donoghue / 21 May 2020

Family fun: Using films to open conversations about God

Sam Donoghue explains how films can facilitate fun discussions with your family about God and make links with stories we find in the Bible.


Sam Donoghue / 29 April 2020

Lectio Divina with your family

Sam Donoghue explains an activity for you and your family, combining Bible reading with craft. 


Sam Donoghue / 15 April 2020

Bedtime prayers

Sam Donoghue describes easy ways you can keep this special prayer time with your children. 


Sam Donoghue / 26 March 2020

Children at home: Good stories with good questions

Our head of children and youth, Sam Donoghue, gives some tips on Biblical storytelling with your children.


Sam Donoghue / 9 March 2020

Praying for parking spaces

When you’re driving around the busy car park of the local supermarket, would you pray for a parking space? What would a child do?


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