P 105 Supervising Youth Workers (2006)


Churches that employ youth workers generally enjoy greater growth, younger age profile, and a greater openness to those around. But it is not all plain sailing, and it is often difficult working relationships which cause the problems.

This study helpfully explores the areas of possible tension - different expecations, the nature of supervision, as well as differing theologies of the church - and offers constructive advice, including further resources on the Grove website.

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Author: Revd Canon Malcolm Herbert

Malcolm is Director of Ordinands and Curate Training, Bristol Diocese. Whilst Vicar of Christ Church, Woking his passion for developing Youth Ministry as a model for all ministry today was nurtured. He enjoys cooking, reading, music, movies, and keeping fit.

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Author: Sally Nash

Sally has worked with Youth for Christ for over 20 years in training and supporting youth workers, and is now Director of the Midlands Centre for Youth Ministry based at St John's Nottingham. She enjoys walking and good food (often combined), plays golf and supports Spurs.

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