Girls Brigade Ministries - Lives transformed & enriched

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Developing new GB

It’s all about team

New GB is developed by local GB Teams (with support from GB’s national support centre and network of mission enablers).

GB Teams are groups of people who are passionate about seeing children and young people’s lives and communities transformed and enriched.

They provide groups and activities for different ages, in different settings and in different styles; depending upon the needs of the local area.

These fun groups and activities are designed to help children and young people discover life to the full. They’re part of GB’s way of joining in with all that God is doing in His world.

Each GB Team is united in vision and purpose. Joining in with God’s mission of restoration to see lives transformed and enriched as generations seek, serve and follow Jesus.

All share three hallmarks that we believe follow Jesus’ example and restore life into God’s image!

GB is Relational

GB is Relevant

GB is Responsive

Over to you… why not set up a GB Team? We’d love to help you!

Find out more about the three simple steps to setting up a GB Team.

Latest news...

  • Layla's Advent Adventure

    15 Nov 2018

    Get your hands on Layla's Advent Adventure! This brilliant resource offers an alternative to the 'naughty' elf on the shelf concept as you countdown to Christmas and is suitable for children both in and out of Girls’ Brigade.

     
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  • Remembrance round-up

    12 Nov 2018

    15 members of the Girls' Brigade England & Wales represented us at the Remembrance Sunday march past at the Cenotaph in London yesterday.

     
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  • 'Tommy' silhouettes bring cost of war to life for GB members

    10 Nov 2018

    Around 10 GB groups have, or will have, held Remembrance events featuring 10 ‘Tommy’ silhouettes – remembering the lives of servicemen and women within their own communities who failed to return home after World War One.

     

     
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