Our church partnerships team is committed to equipping and inspiring people of faith to help us realise our vision of a world where all children and young people are respected, valued and heard.
Advent: Keeping wonder alive
What keeps me going after 30 years is knowing that Christingle is not just a pretty prelude to Christmas, but a real opportunity for us to do something meaningful to impact the lives of children and young people in our community.
Advent: The Naked Chef
Back when Jamie Oliver was referred to as the ‘Naked Chef’, Ben was eight and shared that nickname from his approach to mince pie making. 17 years on, not too much has changed.
Advent: Eleven rules for Christingle
Read the playful hints for your Christingle celebration from author Jeremy Fletcher and artist Dave Walker.
Advent: Parliament is taking notice
We’ve rescheduled our Advent calendar because this was too good an opportunity to miss.
Advent: Can God use dysfunctional families?
Krish explores a Hebrew understanding of family, and challenges us to re-think understanding our own families in the run up to Christmas.
Solving poverty – it’s no easy task
Setting out a strategy for eradicating poverty in the UK.
The journey of a care leaver
Young people leaving the care system are often left with limited support that can leave them in real risk of falling into debt and destitution. This blog looks at the support a British or settled young person will receive in their journey out of the care system.
What kind of campaigner are you?
Are you a vocal activist, or a behind the scenes organiser? Take the quiz to find out.
Video: Why I volunteer
Three different volunteers explain why they volunteer in one of our young peoples' services.
268 years of Christingle
For our first Christingle service, held in December 1968 at Lincoln Cathedral, we expected 300 people but some 1500 attended the celebration.
Lurine Cato Supports Christingle
Read the warm message from Lurine Cato, the UK's Queen of Gospel, who is supporting our annual festive campaign, Christingle. Read at The Children's Society