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These articles about children’s ministry are written either by Sam Donoghue or a team of other writers with a wealth of experience in the field. They are there to help, support, challenge and equip children’s workers.

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/ 15 April 2019

Oh gosh, it’s Good Friday again

Jonathan Brooks shares some ideas and thoughts that can be helpful in broaching a conversation about Good Friday with children.


Bishop Rob lends a hand with Feed the Hungry at Barnet School.
/ 29 March 2019

Bishop of Edmonton lends hand to help pack over 5,000 meals at North London school

The Bishop of Edmonton, joined volunteers to pack more than 5,000 meals with the Christian charity, Feed the Hungry UK.


Children at St Paul's Cathedral
/ 13 March 2019

Creating space

Sometimes we can fill our sessions with activity, so much so that we don’t allow time for children, young people and families space to process and respond to what God is saying to them. Sam Donoghue explores how can make that space.


Sage advice on supporting looked-after children.
/ 28 February 2019

How can the Church welcome looked-after children?

Instant Family is a recent Hollywood film focusing on a couple on a fostering and adoption journey. Rachel Burnell, a children’s and youth worker in Isleworth, explores how we can welcome looked-after children and young people into our churches.


Messy Cathedral gets the thumbs up.
/ 19 February 2019

Messy Cathedral

At the start of February, Messy Cathedral came to St Paul’s and Messy Churches from all over the Diocese took the opportunity to join in. Alex Taylor was there to see it happen.


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