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Give a local bakery £50 to offer free food to anyone who comes in. One Sunday morning when this was tried in Peterborough, the local bakery worker was heard saying again and again...


We decorated 6 bottles and placed poems in them for people to find. We prayerfully hid them around a housing estate, asking God that they wouldn’t be seen as a nuisance, but inste...


This is a street outreach activity using a medium sized chalk board, which is placed in a prominent position. It is a good idea to have a team standing near the board to answer any ques...


Invite your friends and neighbours to walk to, and between local War Memorial sites. Include an act of remembrance at each one. You could also invite them in for tea and coffee afterwar...


Invite your neighbours to work off their Christmas lunch by joining you for a walk. Pray for natural opportunities to share your faith....


Brislington Christian Fellowship in Bristol has been producing tract leaflets for a number of years. They drop them through local doors each quarter, to share the good news in a non-thr...


One church had planned an afternoon programme for children and families, but no-one came. As a result, the young volunteers decided to take trays of hot chocolate out to the skate park ...


Hundreds of people came through the doors of Hadleigh, Suffolk United Reformed Church, over the Advent season, to witness something of the truth of the Nativity portrayed in one of toda...


'Revs', is an informal get together for anyone who loves cars, whether they have an interesting car to show, or whether they just want to come, look, and get to know some new people. Th...


Outside your church or at a suitable street side location, create a ‘Man cave’. A ‘Man cave’ is a designated area deliberately filled with all things stereotypic...


Find your nearest woodland, forestry commission location or even a large park. Start by challenging the children to find the best walking stick (not necessarily the largest - discourag...


Get together with other dads and organise a rough camping weekend for fathers and their children. Find a friendly local farmer, or visit a minimal facility campsite. Cook over a simpl...


Organise a picnic followed by a water fight, for families in your street.You could:• Include a game such as capture the flag. This involves two bases, each with a removable flag and tw...


Invite your young people to come together for an afternoon, where they take to the streets with a 'thankfulness' sign and flip charts. They can ask passers-by to write on the flip chart...


Arrange your young people into groups of two or three, and challenge them to bless members of their community, by spending £5 in the most creative and beneficial ways.  Use t...


Harvest is an opportunity for young people to be challenged to love and serve their local communities through what they say and do. The idea is for young people to offer a free lawn-mow...


Harvest can be an opportunity to celebrate our health and give thanks for our bodies, by involving young people in community sports challenges and competitions. Hold a half-day sports e...


It is more challenging to realise the significance of Harvest in urban locations. With agreement from your local town council, plant a selection of fruit trees in a suitable communal ar...


"Get fit. Get friends. Change the world.” 'Love Running' is an incredible initiative that helps ordinary people do extraordinary things. It’s about engaging with our communi...


During the busyness of the Christmas shopping why not take some time to chat with your local Big Issue seller. Ask them about their story, buy them a coffee, you could also offer to pra...


As you are shopping, working your way through the Christmas gift list, take a break and grab yourself a coffee. While you are there why not offer to buy the person behind you in the que...


At this time of year, many of the shop assistants can find their jobs busy and stressful. While you are shopping, could you pause between shops and say a prayer for those who are weary....


Make use of the rain and offer people shelter under your golfing style umbrella. When the rain fell I walked with people from one side of the square to the other, which included 2 mums ...


The Reality Bus is a youth centre on wheels. It has the games, the technology, the space, the youth workers and, of course, the kettle. It has a DJ deck, video games, nail polish, cards...


The Reality Youth Bus works with young people across Leicester as a mobile youth centre. It works to build connections between the young people and their communities and to spread messa...


St Madoc is a youth centre in south Wales, just off the coast near Llanmadoc. The Gower is an amalgamation of incredible and varied scenery, and it’s where groups go to learn, gro...

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