All GB leaders are invited to GB's spring conference - looking at turning up the volume of hope on mental health and including the launch of a new koko film.
The conference is for all GB's children and youth leaders and will take place on Saturday 4 March 2017 at All Nations Church, in Bedfordshire.
Special guest speaker Nathan Jones, Founding Director of Teens in Crisis (TIC+), based in Gloucestershire, will be leading us through the next in our Volumise series of training sessions, looking at turning up the volume of hope on mental health.
Leaders will also enjoy fellowship, worship, get to hear encouraging news in the Council session, be equipped to take what you hear back home and much, much more.
The day's programme, downloadable below, will be as follows:
9.45am Arrivals - start your day with coffee/tea, a biscuit and time to chat.
10.15am Pray for GB - open to all.
10.30am Morning praise and Annual General Meeting of Girls’ Brigade England & Wales Council. Be blessed by joining worship. Then all are welcome to stay for the Council meeting, but if there’s a vote you can only join in if you’re registered as your local area delegate. An agenda will be sent separately to the local area delegates.
11.15am Constitution review - a more detailed look at GB’s proposed new constitution.
12pm News and updates - hear the latest news updates, feedback on our membership consultation, and more!
1.15pm Lunch - bring a sarnie, spend some cash at the GB shop, make some new friends and relax.
2pm Volumise - in this Volumise session Nathan Jones, Founding Director of Teens in Crisis (TIC+), based in Gloucestershire, will be looking at turning up the volume of hope on mental health and the session will include the launch of a new koko film. Includes a tea break!
4.15pm Closing worship - plus GB’s prayer ministry team will be available to pray with and for you until 4.45pm.
All GB leaders are welcome to attend the conference, please do encourage friends to come and share the car journey. It only costs £5 per person and you can let us know that you’re planning to attend by completing the Delegate Registration Form, below, and emailing it to GBCO by Friday 24 February 2017.
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