RIPPLE : Children's Ministry Connor


 

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There is a lot of exciting children’s ministry going on in Connor diocese and many talented people putting their gifts to good use for God’s Kingdom. This website is about celebrating the great things already happening, sharing good practice with each other and offering suggestions and ideas for how we can keep our children’s ministry vital, up to date, interesting, and most importantly God centred.

Children’s Ministry throughout Connor takes place in rural areas, towns and cities, among church families and families in the local community, at different times of the year, with varying amounts of resources and numbers of willing leaders/helpers. There are issues and hurdles that we all face and so the aim of this website is to help provide you with ideas and resources to fit your situation. Please get in touch if you would like to share an idea or ask for specific advice.

Children’s ministry is a journey of discovery which can take unexpected twists and turns. We need to abandon any notion of power and embrace an attitude of service. It is always better when we journey together.

 

 


Victoria Beech in Northern Ireland

When? Saturday 21st April, 10am – 1pm (light lunch to follow) Where? St Mark’s Church Parish Hall, Church Street, Newtownards, Co Down, BT23 4AN Why? Because God loves Family! And because we are blessed to have Victoria Beech as our facilitator. She is the creator of GodVenture and she loves finding fun, creative ways to share God with children and their families. Check out

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Patrick’s Mysterious Adventure Day 4

Saturday 17th was St. Patrick’s Day itself and the final day of Patrick’s Mysterious Adventure. We opened the exhibition to the general public and had over 200 visitors who came to find out more about their patron saint. As well as the interactive story trail, we had two craft workshops for children. Jumping Clay Magherafelt came and showed the kids how to make an amazing

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Patrick’s Mysterious Adventure -Day 3

On our third and final school day, we had three schools joining us. Kirkinriola Primary came in the morning and Ballykeel and St. Brigid’s joined us for a second afternoon with 2 other Primary 5 classes. We had another very enjoyable day and the pupils had a great time being captured by the pirates (the definite favourite part) and learning all about Patrick’s adventurous

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