|Martins: Primary 1-3||6.30pm – 7.45pm|
|Y-Team: Primary 4-7||7.00pm – 8.15pm|
|JTC/Seniors: 1st year upwards||8.15pm – 9.45pm|
Calling all boys in the Ballinderry Area. Do you like fun and games? Do you like meeting new friends? Do you want to try new activities and challenges? If so, come along on Friday evenings to Ballinderry Parish Church and join the Church Lads’ Brigade. Find out how God wants you to live your life. Starts Friday 15th September 2018.
You will be made to feel welcome by a dedicated team of leaders, committed to guiding and looking after you. These leaders have all gone through the ranks of CLB and love CLB so much that they are still in it!!!
What are you waiting for? Be there or you will never know what you are missing!
The Church Lads’ and Church Girls’ Brigade (CLCGB), often referred to as ‘The Brigade’, is The Anglican Churches own uniformed youth organisation: welcoming children and young people of all faiths and none. This organisation has a lot of history and, for over 120 years, The Brigade has been fulfilling its object to extend the kingdom of Christ among lads and girls.
Friday 14th September Start Date
Sunday 30th September Regimental Parade and Service in Armagh Cathedral –
Celebrating 125 years of the CLB working with the Church of Ireland
Friday 19th October 2018 Harvest – no brigade
Sunday 28st October 2018 (11:30am)Enrolment Service
Friday 2rd November 2018 Half Term Holiday – no Brigade
Sunday 11th November 2018 Remembrance Service
Friday 7th December 2018 Christmas Movie night (all sections 6.30 – 8.00)
Friday 14th December 2018 Last meeting before Christmas (all sections 6.30 – 7.45)
Friday 11th January 2019 Brigade recommences
25th January 2019 Swimming Trip – Y-team & upwards
8th February 2019 Quiz night
Friday 15th February 2019 Half-term – no brigade
Friday 29th February 2019 JTC & Senior Drill Competition
Friday 12rd April 2019 Parents’ Night
Friday 19th April & 26th April 2019 Easter – no Brigade
Friday 3rd May 2019 Final night before summer (BBQ) (all sections 6.45-8.00)
Throughout the country young people and children are continuing to enjoy fun, faith, fellowship and, through The Brigade, are learning to be better equipped to cope with the demands that society places upon them. The Brigade creates a caring and safe environment in which friendships between young people and children and adults can be established and helps young people and children to grow in confidence, develop their skills and abilities enabling them to work together and show care and concern for others. We encourage young people and children to explore their spirituality and respond to the Christian faith, and to develop their moral values and a respect for the environment.