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Easter Cracked – another record!

This year 41 schools have booked an Easter Cracked session with their local church(es) in conjunction with Bridgebuilder.  This means 2,340 primary aged children in Years 5 or 6 will experience this interactive fun project – the highest number yet for Easter Cracked! Easter Cracked tells the Easter story through a range of media, and […]

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Christmas wrapping raised £833.03!

Thank you to all our volunteers and staff who came and wrapped Christmas presents for intu MK customers during December in order to raise funds for Bridgebuilder – your efforts raised £833.03 over 36 sessions for our work in local schools…great news! Although a gingerbread house tent in the ‘open’ part of intu was a […]

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Record numbers for Christmas Cracked!

This year, almost 2,500 children will experience a session of Christmas Cracked! Christmas Cracked is a Bridgebuilder resourced project which enables teams from 31 local churches (either individually or as partnerships) to deliver 43 sessions to primary children in Years 5 or 6.  The project provides an opportunity for those children to visit a church […]

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Wisdom & Wine – we raised £682.70!

This year, we gave our annual fundraising quiz a bit of a makeover…now re-named Wisdom & Wine, there was certainly a lot of wisdom present when it took place on Saturday night – plus a fair amount of wine too!  Geoff Morris, our experienced quiz-master, led the 13 teams in 8 rounds of questions on […]

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Welcome to Maria, our new Primary Schools Worker

We are pleased to introduce our new part-time Primary Schools Worker, Maria Scott.  Having gained lots of experience in children’s work within her church, Maria is looking forward to delivering inspiring and interactive assemblies to primary school children across Milton Keynes, encouraging them to feel positive whilst also having a chance to share her own […]

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Get involved in Prayer For Schools!

Pray Day For Schools is a day when schools across Europe and around the world are the focus of prayer.  An initiative of Pray For Schools, it takes place annually on the third Tuesday of November and this year’s date is Tuesday 20 November.  Pray Day is for all types of school from nursery to sixth form, and […]

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Goodbye to Natasha our part-time primary schools worker

At the end of the summer term we said goodbye to Natasha Wood.  She had been with us 3 years as part time primary worker.  We were very sad to see her go but we are excited for her next adventure, she’ll be going to work for Christian charity Stewardship, lending money to churches. We […]

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Welcome to Carol our new Secondary Schools Worker

We are excited to introduce our new additional part-time Secondary Schools Worker, Carol Wheatle. Having worked in schools for a number of years, Carol joins us eager to use this experience in a more creative way. She believes that young people need to be empowered to become confident in their ability to make a contribution […]

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Big Football Day Out – Big Thank You!

For those who were able to attend the Big Football Day Out 2018 match on Saturday 12 May, thank you so much for supporting this special fundraising event.  And for those who couldn’t make it in the end – where were you?!  We missed seeing you there!! Overall it was a fantastic occasion, with the […]

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Easter Cracked – it’s a record!

This year 40 schools have booked an Easter Cracked session with their local church(es), in conjunction with Bridgebuilder.  This means 2,198 primary aged children in Years 5 or 6 will experience this interactive fun project – the highest number since Christmas and Easter Cracked began in MK!  Easter Cracked tells the Easter story through different […]

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