'By supporting Girls' Brigade, prayerfully and financially, you’ll provide the support needed to ensure that our mission is fulfilled to raise the volume of hope among this generation of girls!' says Jules murdy, Director.
From September 2015 Girls' Brigade England & Wales is launching a whole new approach to our ASSOCIATE and RETIRED MEMBERS SCHEME (ARMS) and we’d love you to be a part of it!
By becoming members of the scheme you’ll be the ARMS around GB’s mission today, supporting leaders, praying for girls and helping us to continue moving forward in our important mission.
In order to make sure that as a member of GB’s ARMS group you are up-to-date with GB news, and able to pray for and talk about our activities well, you’ll receive from Girls' Brigade:
Annual membership of the brand new GB ARMS group is via donation and we recommend this to be £50 per person per year. You can subscribe at any point in the year as we’re operating a rolling membership. You can become a member of our new ARMS group by downloading the form below, filling it in online, printing and then signing it before posting it back to us.
Prayer is the backdrop of GB and we'd love you to pray, as an individual or in a group, for the GB family.
Why not download the prayer flyer for May 2018 below or read on for some prayer points?
Below you’ll find 7 prayer points – 1 for each day of the week – so you can pray for each point around 4 times over the course of an average month.
Residential Events: Pray for those making preparations for Residential Events… that they’ll feel God’s peace and that their plans enable those attending to experience fun and fellowship during their time away.
GB’s Support Centre team: Pray for the GB Support Centre team during this busy period in the GB calendar, as the team respond to new legislation, enquiries, recording of census activities, registration of Residential Events and DofE Expeditions, and more. Give thanks for the team and all they do to support GB’s members.
#WeAreGB125: Pray for the celebration events taking place across England and Wales - that past members reconnecting will see all that God is doing through GB and will be encouraged and inspired by the stories of hope in this generation.
Spotlight: As GB’s Spotlight resource is released, pray that groups engage with the resource and share their responses so that GB may be able to share with others how the work of GB transforms lives and communities as this generation seeks, serves and follows Christ.
Cliff Festival: Pray for all those currently preparing for the weekend, on 25-28 May, either leading sessions or coming along. Pray for Charlotte Hendy leading the 18-30s stream Radiate, Claire Rush who will be leading workshops, and GB’s President Rachel Gardner as she leads worship. Pray that those attending will be set ablaze for God.
GB members: At this time of Pentecost we pray that GB members will be filled with the life-giving energy of the Holy Spirit so that others may see God reflected in them as their words and actions brim over with hope.
Those at university: Pray for those finalising dissertations and waiting for exam results. We think especially for those in their final year facing choices for their next steps in life, that God will show the right road for them to walk.
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