What is school's ministry?
Schools ministry is:
- being of service to your local school.
- giving children and young people an opportunity to explore who Jesus is.
- supporting the individual and the wider school community, of staff and parents.
Schools ministry is rewarding, exhausting, exhilarating and completely unique to your area.
So how does this vary from other children's and youth work? It is working within the school’s remit, following their procedures and guidelines and often happens within the school day, and on the school premises.
If you are considering starting a schools ministry here are some tips on getting started.
Other Useful Links
A range of resources, lessons and activities to introduce primary school children to the beliefs, history and work of The Salvation Army.
Resources for schools teaching about The Salvation Army's work in the community.
Resources for school assemblies, lessons and talks focussing on William and Catherine Booth and the early days of The Salvation Army.
Primary school assemblies covering a range of popular topics for the school year.
School resources introducing the Salvation Army's beliefs, work and faith.
Secondary school resources for teaching about The Salvation Army's work in the community.
William and Catherine Booth, the history of The Salvation Army and First World War school resources.
Resources for school assemblies following a seasonal timetable.