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Bob’s December Highlight

My highlight of the month has been taking the talk at Camphill Primary Schools P3 to P5 Carol service at Wellington PCI.
 
In was really fun to take a Christmas talk for the first time and really help get me in the Christmas mood. The Whole service was brilliant; with the different classes singing carols and Christmas songs, their senior Choir and Orchestra (which included some P6 and P7s) and Bible readings from some of the pupils.
 
Rachel Sheppard and I finished the service by talking about the true meaning of Christmas, how Jesus is the best gift we could ever receive and how he can offer us love, peace and friendship.
 
 

Shannon’s November Highlight

 

Hey, my name is Shannon Smillie and I am the Media Intern at SUNI.

I’ve really been enjoying getting stuck into all things media. I’ve loved making highlights videos to showcase the impact that SU is having on young people in Northern Ireland and recording and editing the podcast which aims to equip the local church. Words can’t comprehend how amazing it is to be able to make things with such an important purpose to me.
 
Funnily enough, my highlight of November isn’t anything to do with media! The great thing about this internship is that it’s not limited. The staff at SU recognise that my love for Jesus and eagerness to learn shouldn’t be put aside to focus all my time on media.
 
This month I got to go to NIMA (Northern Ireland Ministry Assembly), which is a conference that helps preachers to teach the bible. I found NIMA very engaging and enjoyed delving deeper into Luke’s Gospel and 1 to 1 bible engagement with the brilliant speakers – William Taylor and David Helm. It was great to connect with Ministers and church workers and see how this conference was helping them in their ministry. I’ve taken so many ideas from NIMA, that I can go on to use when teaching the Bible in my GB scripture class.
 
 
 

E3 SCHOOLS WORKER for Omagh & Castlederg

Covers postcode area from BT78-79 & 81
Full-time position

We are looking for a person to serve the local schools community by involvement in lessons, assemblies, SU groups; working alongside pupils and teachers and empowering local churches to engage more effectively in their schools.

All applicants should be in full personal agreement with the Aims, Beliefs and Working Principles of Scripture Union.

Contact Joanne Coulter (joanne@suni.co.uk) for job description and application form.

Closing date for receipt of applications is
12 noon on Monday 19th November 2018.

Welcome to our new North Coast E3 Worker!!

Introducing Andrew:

We are delighted to welcome Andrew Neill as our new North Coast E3 Worker! 

Before joining SU, Andrew studied Law and Politics at Queens, and graduated in 2009. After that he spent a year working with the CIYD “Jump” programme before being appointed as the Children’s worker in Glenavy Parish where he spent 8 years. He is passionate about sharing God’s Big Story and loves having the opportunity to do so.

He is married to Claire and has a daughter called Emma. He has lived in Coleraine since 2012. His hobbies include following football, playing golf and drinking as much coffee as he can.

He can’t wait to get started working along the North Coast. Please pray for Andrew and his family as he begins this exciting new role!