My highlight of the month would be getting to take an assembly by myself at Willowbridge Special School in Enniskillen. Having previously been in Willowbridge for an assembly with Jeff, I had grown to enjoy the atmosphere in the school and felt really welcomed by the pupils and staff alike.
I talked to them about the life of Joseph and how God could help us through the “ups & downs” in our life just like he had helped Joseph. Afterwards, we sang a song with a couple of actions in them, and seeing the smiles on their faces as they sang along really warmed my heart and helped me understand more that this is what ministry is all about: bringing the good news to everyone regardless of age, race or ability!
We are looking for a creative and inspiring coordinator who is experienced & passionate in telling God’s good news to children, resourcing the local church and training others. They would be working within SUNI’s new Training & Resources Department.
All applicants should be in full personal agreement with the Aims, Beliefs and Working Principles of SU and the Ethos of SUNI.
Closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 6th March 2019.
Sarah first became involved with SUNI through serving as a Camps and Missions volunteer in the summer of 2012. After graduating from Stranmillis University College in 2016, Sarah took a year out as an SUNI intern based in County Fermanagh. Since then she has been working as a primary school teacher. She is excited to get back to sharing the Bible with children and young people in her local area.
Sarah lives at home on her family farm in Ballygawley. Recently her main hobby has been wedding planning but when she finds the time she loves to sing, play piano and trombone, take her dog Toby for walks and visit an array of coffee shops. She can’t wait to get started in her new role as the E3 worker in Omagh and Castlederg and would love you to pray for her as she starts this new role in an exciting new E3 area.
Could this be you? Or someone you know?
We are searching for a new Chair for our Board of Trustees(Council)
The new Chair will play a crucial role in SUNI delivering on its strategic priorities of Effective Schools’ Ministry, Outstanding Camps & Missions, Inspiring Training & Resources and Compelling Communication
The Chair will be a mature Christian, in full agreement with the Aims, Beliefs & Working Principles of SUNI and will have a heart for youth and children’s ministry. He or she will have proven leadership ability and prior experience of acting as a charity trustee.
For a full role description, criteria and application form, please email email@example.com
Please note that the role of Chair of Council is a voluntary position
Closing date for applications – 11th January 2019
He is risen indeed! Give thanks that death has been swallowed up in victory through the resurrection of Jesus Christ.