March sees the return of SUNI Schools’ UNITE events. UNITE is an event designed to help young people explore the Christian Faith. The purpose of UNITE is twofold. Firstly, it enables SU groups to unite together with schools in their area to see the bigger picture of what they are part of and what God is doing. Secondly, it encourages young people confidently to invite their non Christian friends along to hear about Jesus.
You can find our publicity video along with all relevant details by going to thisisunite.com and following the link to our Facebook page
We are really excited about the potential of these events and it is great to see that there is real investment from the pupils who are part of the planning via their UNITE Management Teams led by our local E3 Workers.
These are ticketed events (£5), so if you know of young people who would like to go then please get in touch and help us spread the word.
E3 Ballymena are having a Fundraiser on Monday 24th February. Tickets for the Chinese meal part of the evening are now sold out but you can still bid for some exciting auction items. If you’d like to bid on any of the auction items below, get in touch with Rachel.
We’ve two tickets for a Manchester United home match this season (you can choose from a selection of matches). Reserve price £110
2 Six Nations Tickets for Ireland v Italy at the Aviva stadium on the 8th March. Reserve price £85
If interested email your bid and your contact details to email@example.com by 5pm on 24th February. If successful you will be notified on 25th February.
You can now view our Summer 2014 Camps Brochure.
Click here to get to the relevant page.
You can also download a Camp Booking Form from the same page.
Good question – and one that the schools team have been wrestling with for some time now.
We recognise that SU groups operate in a wide variety of different contexts and that no one style of programme fits every situation. However, while SU groups take many different forms, we have identified four core values that we suggest should be common to them all and should run through the DNA of every group, whatever the style of programme may be.
These core values are outlined in a new publication for SU leaders called ‘What Is An SU Group?’ A copy of this has been sent to each group registered with us. If you did not receive your copy you can download one and find out a little more by clicking here….