Our 100@5 campaign
Like many charities we have been hit financially by COVID and we’re currently £8000 short to keep going this year. Because of this we are launching our 100@5 campaign. We’re asking 100 members of our community to commit to giving just £5 a month to keep CURBS going. Can you help us?
As well as being a way of connecting with the families on a daily basis, the bedtime stories bring some structure to a day at home.read more
Download and enjoy for free. Chapter Eight “Measure for Measure”read more
Download and enjoy for free. Chapter Seven “Friendship Grows”read more
Continuing a normally “Face to Face” children’s and families ministry during Lockdown.read more
Sometimes the weirdest things happen in children and families ministry, and this is one of those!read more
Download and enjoy for free. Chapter Six “First and Last”read more
Download and enjoy for free. Chapter Five “Leaders and Servants”read more
Download and enjoy for free. Chapter Four “Give and Get”read more
Download and enjoy for free. Chapter Three “Big Ears and Big Mouths”.read more
Welcome to the CURBS Project"CURBS is one of the most innovative, creative and exciting projects working amongst children in the UK." - Bishop Paul Butler, Patron.
Believing that all children are created in God’s image, CURBS starts in the world of the urban child and, through positive relationships, seeks to build bridges which will enable them to experience God’s loving care.
CURBS has 3 main aims:
1. To promote an approach to working with children which starts in their world, recognises their developmental needs and values their spirituality.
2. To provide Christian resources for inner city children and those on outer urban estates for use in church-linked Sunday, mid-week, holiday activities and similar settings.
3.To provide support, training and encouragement for children’s workers in such areas by means of training and resource days, networking and partners.More about CURBS
We have key churches/groups who connect with our approach and share our values and these form our vitally important ‘CURBS HUBS’. These HUBS represent CURBS ‘on the ground’ and we support them with free resources, relevant training and encouragement in their situation. Our HUBS help develop the future direction of our project through feeding back to us, being involved in our Away Days and in piloting and developing new resources. HUBS share our resources and promote CURBS in their local context and through their links/networks.
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