Follow us:

Home » News Items » Thrive

Thrive

By Hayley Beckett on 5th March 2020

“”Thrive is a nationwide initiative, which aims to encourage a variety of networking between ministers’ spouses from those who are training right through to those who are retired.  This networking will include different sorts of local and interest groups as well as events, and sharing via social media or email (for those who prefer it). 

“Ministers’ spouses have many different occupations, careers and talents which we want to affirm and celebrate.  Being in contact with others in similar circumstances (i.e. married to a minister) allows us to be an inspiration and an encouragement to each other so that we can grow and flourish wherever God has put us. 

“Our next biennial Conference will be held from 8th to 10th October 2021 at the King’s Park Conference Centre in Northampton. Booking details will be advertised in due course. Churches are encouraged to pay for their minister’s spouse to attend, as part of the support that they offer to their minster and his or her family.

“You can contact us on thrive.baptist.networks@gmail.com or search for us on Facebook under Thrive UK Baptist Networks (look for our logo).””

Other News

Prayer Week 26 -31 May. Ideas, links and resources

20th May 2020

EBA Week of Prayer Alongside churches across the world we invite you to join in praying ‘Thy Kingdom Come’. Each day we offer a Family Activity, Scriptures, Prayers and options to Download resources from our website and other sources. May God by His Spirit be with us, lead us and…


Association Safeguarding Lead

16th May 2020

SAFEGUARDING OFFICER   Eastern Baptist Association   The Eastern Baptist Association is seeking a suitably experienced part-time Safeguarding Officer who will take a lead for the Association on issues relating to safeguarding and the protection of children, young people and adults at risk. This person will work closely with the…


Thought for the week

1st April 2020

I grew up in a place full of the beauty of creation, in the High Peak of Derbyshire on the edge of the Peak District. I enjoyed watching the birds in our garden, but the beauty of creation was not really my passion – that was trains! I was a…