You can now register to join GB’s Esther Generation Weekend 2019! This weekend is GB’s annual residential for 14-25 year olds and you can choose from 2 streams:
The weekend will take place from 25-27 October 2019 at PGL Liddington, near Swindon.
Whether you’re completing your Queen’s Award, ready to begin or continue your young leaders’ training, or just fancy a weekend with your GB family, this event if for you.
GB’s Discipleship and Evangelism Enabler, Charlotte Hendy, says 'We can’t wait for this weekend! It’s always a fantastic time of meeting new people, learning skills and exploring faith. There’s nothing quite like gathering with your extended GB family, so this is not to be missed. We’re excited to bring this event back to the south for 2019 – see you there!'
Here’s what some previous attendees of the Esther Generation Weekend have said:
‘This weekend has taught me that I might feel small and insignificant compared to the size of the word but I’ve the potential to make a massive difference to the lives around me in God’s eyes.’
‘This has been an incredibly inspirational weekend. I’ve learnt so much.’
The weekend costs £100 which includes meals, accommodation and training materials. However, if you book before 30 April 2019 and fill in an Esther Generation Grant Form, you could get a bursary, bringing the total down to just £85. All registration forms must be received by 31 May 2019, along with a £30 non-refundable deposit (cheques made payable to Girls’ Brigade England & Wales, or call 01246 582322 to pay by card). Final balance is due by 16 August 2019.
You can register online here, or download a form below.
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