‘GB groups are some of the most effective bridges built between churches and their communities – they’ve so much mission potential,’ says Reverend Juliet Kilpin, Former National Chaplain, GB England & Wales.
Primarily working among girls aged four upwards, GB provides a way for your church to connect with girls and young women on a regular basis and helps you to establish relationships with their wider family and friends.
The interactive GB programme helps leaders to develop and sustain this vital youth work; there’s an action-packed programme of national events to get involved with; and our leadership and mentoring programme enables girls and young women to grow.
‘GB is great at working with girls and young women who haven’t got a church background,’ says Ruth Gilson, National Director. ‘The fun and friendship they enjoy at GB provides a non-threatening platform that enables us to explore Christian faith and the gospel together.
‘But we see this very much as a partnership with the church and we want to serve you in reaching out in your community.’
GB has just launched a brand new resource to help company leaders and church leaders to explore together about how GB is part of each local church’s mission toolbox – and how to make the most of their company!
Read more about bridge the gap here.
The members and leaders at 1st Andover presented their local hospice with a cheque for £500 last month.Read more
We want to give every delegate at this summer’s GB International Conference (ICGB) a gift from our children and young people.Read more
The House of Commons’ Science and Technology Committee has launched an inquiry into the impact of social media and screen-use on young people’s health. The Commitee welcomes the perspectives and experiences, and details of any initiatives taken, by children, schools and youth organisations. We’d love to invite Girls’ Brigade Ministries' members and leaders to participate and add their unique perspectives, insights and experiences.Read more