I was reminiscing the other day with a friend about holiday clubs we had been to as children. As we are both in our early 40s, our fuzzy memories of singing songs and craft activities were at least 30... More

Often, the fragmented nature of our churches means that as we wave goodbye to children from our kids’ groups and send them off to the wild world of youth... More

Where: Englefield Green, SurreyAim: to give parents the tools and the confidence to talk to their children about ‘the birds and the bees’ from a young... More

Anyone who has been through children’s ministry training knows that it provides a solid grounding for... More

As Britain becomes a more diverse society and people from different faith backgrounds move to different... More

As humans, we love stories. Why? Nobody really knows. Yet research suggests that all of us – old and... More

The Bishop of Durham, the Rt Revd Paul Butler, is no stranger to children’s work. From 1987 to 1994,... More

You know how in every event that we as leaders do, there is that niggling fear in the back of our minds?... More

We all know that children’s ministry is kept afloat by diligent, passionate volunteers; so how do we... More

National adviser for children and youth for the Church of England Mary Hawes faces the same problem many... More