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Explore some of GB's great resources.

You can take a look at:

Self-esteem
A five-week programme for 10-14s looking at self-esteem including how we can maintain a positive image of ourselves.

Redefining church
It can be tricky encouraging children and young people to attend church – this article considers the reasons why and looks at different ways of doing church.

Money matters
Budgeting and the importance of giving are just two of the topics covered by this five-week programme for 10 to 14s.

Find out about funding
This article, taken from GB’s magazine, looks at different ways you can get funding for your youth group from gift aid to grants.

The future
A programme for 13-18s looking at leaving home and learning to live independently.

Diva channel
A programme for 13-18s looking at true beauty.

Our planet
A five-week programme for four to eights looking at our planet - taken from the n:vestigate resource.

Adam and Eve
A five-week programme about stewardship, focusing on the Bible characters of Adam and Eve - taken from the n:gage resource.

Hot topics
Engage your 13-18s in activities and discussion relating to issues they face around sex and body image with this free resource.

Latest news...

  • Girls’ Attitudes survey

    25 Sep 2017

    Girls' Brigade has issued a faith-based response to Girl Guiding's annual Girls' Attitudes survey results, which were released last week.

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  • Team Challenge 2017 results released

    21 Sep 2017

    The results are out for Team Challenge 2017 – a national competition GB groups could be part of, at a convenient time for them, between March and July 2017.

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  • Launch of GB’s Hope programme pack

    21 Sep 2017

    The recent Refresh training saw the official launch of GB’s new Hope programme pack material - ideal to use in 2018, as part of GB’s 125th anniversary project, #WeAreGB125, and the Give Hope Challenge (and in future years too).

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