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We know for 13-18s there’s probably a lot going on in your life – the dreaded coursework, studying and exams you can’t seem to get a break from, Saturday or evening jobs to earn money to go out and then there is other pressures put upon you. If this sounds like you, take a deep breath, there is a GB group near you which can help. 

 The n:spire section is a group which is guided rather than lead through the new challenge-based programme.

It aims to encourage young people to see how God can be involved in all aspects of their lives.

Based on a television theme, the resource consists of 20 ‘channel’ booklets and a leader’s guide. Each channel reflects an aspect of life that young people might be involved with.

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Queen's Award

The award is open to all Girls’ Brigade members between the ages of 16 and 25  

The aim of the Queen's Award is:

"To encourage girls and young women to a personal commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ, while respecting other faiths; inspiring them to greater endeavour in service within the general community and to make a contribution to the worldwide concept of The Girls' Brigade."

This aim is the same wherever in the world girls are undertaking the award and is one of things that bind all award holders together. It is an aim that is hard to fulfil, which is why working towards achieving a Queen’s Award is not an easy task and takes time and dedication. 

However, it is also an aim that brings personal fulfilment, develops skills and encourages individuals to reach high to achieve personal goals and ambitions.

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The Duke of Edinburgh's Award

Members of this section will have the opportunity, if they wish, to complete the DofE award through the Girl's Brigade Ministries Organisation.

For more information on the n:spire section please contact us either by: