On Sunday 19 November, churches across the Diocese are invited to join a national campaign marking Safeguarding Sunday together.
The registration page for Safeguarding Sunday is now live and you can register your church to take part.
Safeguarding Sunday is a safeguarding awareness-raising campaign for churches run by the charity Thirtyone:eight.
Each November, thousands of churches from diverse backgrounds and traditions across the UK come together to reflect on their own safeguarding journey, and to highlight and celebrate all the good work that is being done by so many behind the scenes to protect vulnerable people. This can be a small part of your service or the focus of the morning – whatever you can do to support the day.
The more time dedicated to focus on safeguarding in a service, the greater the impact for the church, so if 19 November is not a suitable date, you can hold a Safeguarding Sunday another time.
When you register, you will receive a free digital resource pack that will give you everything needed to plan and run a service.
Registration is at: Safeguarding Sunday | Thirtyone:eight (thirtyoneeight.org)
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Watch the Safeguarding Sunday information video: