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Sharing Jesus in Havering Schools


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Sharing Jesus in Havering Schools


Graceworks provide quality Christian Schools work in Havering and have been doing so for over 25 years. We bring the message of Jesus in a clear and relevant way through assemblies, Christian Unions and Prayer Rooms.

In bringing the message of Jesus into Havering schools, over 11,000 students in 2014 alone had the opportunity to hear about and experience His transforming love. 

 
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What We Do


What We Do


Graceworks aims to encourage and support pupils who are already Christians, as well as challenging those without a faith to consider the relevance of Jesus in their lives.

In all of the schools work, Graceworks endeavours to link the pupils with whom they work into local Churches.

Assemblies

Assemblies

We present Gospel-driven and engaging assemblies that are appropriate to the audience we are in front of, no matter their age, in a relevant and down-to-earth way.

Prayer Rooms

Prayer Rooms

Prayer Rooms are a fantastic way of serving schools with the help of local Church volunteers, and encouraging dialogue about prayer and about God. Through a variety of activities that help to provoke thought, ask questions and get students praying to God, maybe for the first time ever, children are given an opportunity to learn and journey with God where they are at.

Christian Unions

Christian Unions

We serve the Secondary schools and Colleges we work with by helping to run their CUs, assisting with the planning, direction and momentum of the group, ensuring it grows and develops year on year.

 

We present around 26 assemblies each term and work regularly in nine secondary and three primary schools

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History of Graceworks


History of Graceworks


Graceworks Trust is a "partnership project with local Christians, Churches and a Local Ministry Partner of Scripture Union", whose origins began its legacy in 1985 prompted by Liz Garrett, a teacher at one of the Havering Schools, Sanders School. 

From Liz Garrett's vision, the Rev Miles Thompson of St Peter's Church, Harold Wood initiated a meeting which took place at Romford Baptist Church to pursue the vision of appointing a Christian schools worker in Havering. 

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