Free Online Learning Resources
These online learning resources relate to the value of local faith groups working together to tackle difficult issues within our communities, specifically in this case sectarianism. However, we feel that the lessons learned can be applied to many issues facing communities and hope you will view the resources and think about how you can use them.
Working with local church leaders on a 24 hour residential the project captured thoughts and views of the participants on film and produced the following two learning resources:
Main film: sharing some interesting extracts from the interviews with the church leaders during the residential and suggesting questions for people to consider and hopefully discuss with others. This is a short film with some key messages about working together and taking action to address important issues within communities. It is hoped that this will stimulate discussion and people will learn from this.
Personal Reflections: sharing individual thoughts from some of the participants as they reflect on their experiences of working together and coming together to share their learning. This film complements the main film and should be used after people have viewed the main film.
We hope that these resources will be used widely such as at conferences, seminars, workshops, training sessions, church meetings, community conversations; within many different settings such as places of worship, learning centres, community centres, schools, colleges, universities; and by many different people such as church leaders, faith groups, local people, community groups, people training in ministries and many others.
In this respect we are very interested in your feedback on the use and impact of the resources and we would be grateful if you could complete a short evaluation form.
Go to Online Survey Form
If you do not have access to the internet we can provide the learning resources on a DVD and this is available from Maria Carena e: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 0141 221 4576.
If you would like to discuss the resources please contact John Ithell our Project Coordinator on e: email@example.com tel: 07980 870165.
The resources have been developed by the In Wi’ The Mix Project which is a partnership between Place for Hope, the Conforti Institute and Faith in Community Scotland funded through the Voluntary Action Fund by the Scottish Government
We do hope you find the resources useful
Our very best wishes
Ruth Harvey Iain Johnston Tom Welsh
(Place for Hope) (Faith in Community Scotland) (Conforti Institute)