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CE Principles explains the basic concepts of CE and will be the core of what happens in your CE Group.

First Steps contains 12 weekly sessions introducing an activity each week to challenge the Juniors.

HELPFUL RESOURCES

LEADERS   What do you think of when you think of a Leader?  - the boss, the director or  the big chief!

This is not the case in Christian Endeavour.

 A CE Leader is someone to inspire, guide and inform: to be a mentor to the young folk  themselves, encouraging them to take ownership of, and be the leaders in their own  weekly sessions.


Become a Leader is a practical guide to help to get started and  organised as a Junior Leader with children between 8-13 years of age, or as a  YP Leader with young people aged  between 13-18 years of age.

Resources will give the Junior Leader lesson plans for a variety of Bible based subjects.

Award Scheme will give the Leader details of the 46 certificates which can be achieved by the Junior or YP in the weekly meeting, or in their community, strengthening their Christian lifestyle and personal skills.



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WHY YOUR CHURCH NEEDS CE


CE will encourage CONFIDENT INDIVIDUALS with secure values and beliefs, who are able to develop and communicate their own beliefs and view of the world.

CE encourages RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS with respect for others, who are able to make informed choices and decisions.

CE encourages SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS with determination to reach high standards of personal achievement, who are able to work independently and as part of a group.

CE encourages EFFECTIVE CONTRIBUTORS with resilience, who are able to create and develop; take the initiative and lead; communicate in different ways and in different settings.



Juniors are given opportunities to take initiatives and lead.

CE in Scotland would be glad to speak with you, advise you on how to start up a CE Group and could also come to you and provide training and  even help you run your first meeting.