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cjmedia.online

A free online resource website with bespoke, curriculum linked programmes for schools and churches.

 

In 2020 we recognised the need to provide high quality digital resources to support schools and churches during the covid-19 pandemic. We developed our online resource website to provide a safe and easy to use space to access Christian resources. Our team have produced content for children, youth and adults which includes videos, worksheets, keynotes and live streams.  

 

Schools: we provide online materials for RE lessons (curriculum based for all key stage levels, including exam and non-exam RE), school assemblies and SU groups. Content is also available for SEND schools. 

 

Churches: our resources will help ministers, youth and kids’ workers as they equip and encourage the church especially in evangelism in their community and as they run online services.

 

Cjmedia.online is a place where every school and church on the island can access resources to enable them to teach, equip and reach with the good news of the gospel. Registration is required but content is free to access and download. Users are also able to request bespoke content for their specific context. 

 

Currently there are over 230 teachers registered from over 130 schools (primary, post-primary and SEND) across Northern Ireland. We also have over 100 different churches, youth groups and organisations registered on the website.

 

 

Funding required (ongoing): 

  • Staffing costs – part time member of media team
  • Equipment costs – additional equipment required to facilitate filming at multiple locations
  • Content – new content needs to be produced regularly to remain relevant in an ever-changing culture. 

 

 

 

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Help us sow seeds

Our resources give tens of thousands of young people across Ireland and beyond the opportunity to explore the Christian faith for themselves. It’s made possible by the generosity of people like you.

We at SU Ireland are grateful for your support of NUA Films.

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YFC | Ireland 20-25

For the last two years we’ve seen our Midlands Youth Hub in Mullingar become a catalyst for bringing people together. Whether young people on the margins of Christian faith or church leaders at the centre of it, God has given us favour with both. God is using the Hub as a means of building His Kingdom, not only in Mullingar but across Ireland.

Over the next 5 years YFC Ireland aim to replicate what we have in Mullingar in other parts of Ireland. 

We’re believing God for:
1. An Online Hub aimed at reaching and discipling young people and resourcing youth workers to do the same.

2. Local Hubs – collective outreaches by all the churches in the town to all the the young people of the town.

3. Portable Hubs to reach the places where local hubs can’t eg. Nomad Cage Soccer

Would you be willing to support us in prayer, and also by giving a monthly donation?
100 PEOPLE GIVING 25 PER  MONTH
50 PEOPLE GIVING 50 PER MONTH

We would love to establish 150 new ministry support partners over the next few years, so that we might reachout to more young people. That in time, we’d see a young generation emerge in Ireland who follow Christ and act justly, therefore being His agents of transformation in the world.

For more information contact info@yfc.ie

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We did it!!!

ONE MILLION STEPS – DONE!🎉🚶‍♂️

Over 1 Million Steps later and we are done! Massive congrats to Damian Wharton (General Director) who walked the entire way and all of the staff members, supporters and volunteers who kept him company along the way!

Thanks for all the donations, prayers and messages of support for SUNI along way! We are so grateful to God for His provision this whole week!

If you’d still like to donate, just click the link!🙏

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MOVE

Move is our primary five-day summer event designed to ampify Christ’s call on a young person’s life to be a Kingdom Worker. MOVE is CIY’s summer residential event intentionally designed for 14-18 year olds … but it’s more than just an event. It’s an all-inclusive experience that not only provides food, lodging, recreational activities, and an age-intentional program, it also aims to provide encounters with Jesus that leads young people to embrace Him and the Kingdom Work purposes they’ve been called to. 
 

The week includes engaging age themed services, contemporary worship, fun games, activities and sports, community discipleship and moments for young people to treasure. We ran our first MOVE event in Clongowes Wood College, Kildare in August 2019 and we look forward to running MOVE in the same venue on 1st-5th August 2022! 

AT MOVE, everything from food and accommodation to content and materials are taken care of for the youth leaders. MOVE provides all the small group materials prior to the event, and then meets with adult leaders every morning to go over each day’s experiences. MOVE curriculum is also made available to groups after the event.

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