The series was originally created in-house at SASW Trust by Tabz, Hettie and Emily during the pandemic as a series of videos following similar content to the ‘Alpha Course‘ created by Holy Trinity Brompton, which is now used widely by millions of people worldwide as they begin exploring the basics of the Christian faith for Read more about The Starting Line[…]
At our last annual charity celebration we brought our supporters a message of how important working with children and young people is “at such a time as this”. We shared our heart to enable and empower a growing body of people to serve the young people of this town, practically, spiritually and prayerfully. We’ve loved Read more about Dream Team[…]
Maybe they assume you have some prior knowledge that you haven’t been party to. Or, maybe they aren’t the best with finding the right words – something we can all be guilty of! It’s one thing to grow in our own understand of something, but explaining and teaching it to someone else so they can Read more about Journeying Through Growth[…]
“Tabz, do you remember that secret agent thing you did when I was in primary school?” asked a Year 10 student at a lunchtime Safe Space recently “You know, the one about Easter where we got to go around that cool place?” “Mission Impossible? Why yes I do! I was there this morning in fact!” Read more about Mission Impossible Once Again Possible![…]
In our work we care about the whole picture for each young person we work with as we explore the big issues of life and faith. One of the needs we’ve noticed more and more in the development of children and young people is the importance of fostering the resilience needed to journey through the Read more about Valu£ You[…]
With some notable sporting events happening this summer along with the gradual lifting of covid restrictions, our Good Sport project has been making quite the comeback!
A great opportunity that came our way recently was running lessons in Primary Schools. I (Hettie), was asked to write and deliver RSE lessons for Y5&6 by a local Headteacher.
After a year of predominantly online work, we had an incredible final term of the 2020-21 school year – after a year of very limited in-person contact, we found ourselves spending time in person with children and young people every day!