It has been one whirlwind of a week and there have been some amazing opportunities swirling around within it!
Lisé and Lou have been working on getting everything ready for our Annual Celebration on Monday. We are looking forward to seeing you all there and to tell you all about our new project. We love this event, it always prepare us into the school year, having been commissioned by your prayers and encouragements.
Our prayer letter is ready for release Tuesday morning and you can get your copy at the Celebration and from the website or email us to have a copy sent straight to your inbox.
We’ve had some excellent news in primary schools this week as Lisé has been booked in by a school to start the Believe in Yourself course next week!
In secondary schools, Lou led assembly at Archbishops this week talking about respect for others. A copy of the assembly will be online next week. Lou also began the Canterbury High Peer Mentoring Course this week with a group of sixth-form pupils.
This week we were also encouraged by three of our schools directly telling us that we have an impact on their school community. At Kent College Lou was asked to join in with making a plaque to celebrate 100 years since armistice. This will be part of a huge clay poppy art installation which will be built onto the sports hall archways. What a privilege!
Thank you too, for being part of our community and helping us inspire and transform lives as we partner with Jesus into the good works he has created for us!
What will next week hold?