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DIY “Do-it-Yourself” Modules

Educational sessions for small groups that you can run yourself

Looking to understand more about faith and leadership in the Uniting Church?

Have a small group wanting to learn more, but a bit unsure about leading?

Any small group can explore a wide range of issues in the life of disciples, leaders and congregations in the Uniting Church. With these small-group educational resources you can do it yourself!

The set of ‘Do-It-Yourself’ (DIY) modules introduce and explore a range of important topics within the Uniting Church. Each DIY module is a stand-alone educational session which you can run yourself. No expertise is assumed. So, any small group that is willing to learn together can work through the modules. The Leader’s Guide is provided for each session to suggest everything you need to say and do. Handouts are also provided for participants. The Leader’s Guide helps everyone in the group to participate and contribute.

Every DIY module is available at no cost from CTM Resourcing for immediate download – see following posts for details.

Most of the DIY modules were developed in the mid 1990s and 2000s by Jenny Byrnes and other Uniting Church leaders including Judi Fisher, Pam Kerr, Fran Barber, Anne Amos. Recently they were updated by Rob Bos.

E11-E13 are the most recent modules. These were developed by Rohan Pryor in collaboration with John Clark, Uniting AgeWell staff and others committed to ministry for older people, and people with dementia and their carers. 

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