Girls’ Brigade Europe transforms lives by supporting member countries to seek, serve and follow Christ
In order to achieve our mission, the following goals have been agreed:
- To work together and support each other
- To create practical initiatives to engage members
- To produce relevant resources
- To expand horizons of our members
Countries in Europe Fellowship
Welcome to GB Europe Fellowship.
Our Fellowship is made up of groups in England & Wales, Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
I am excited and humbled to have been elected as the GB Europe Chair and International Vice President. Having been a member since the age of 5, the Girls’ Brigade has played a key role in developing my Christian faith, in addition to many of the life skills I have today.
The last few years have provided many challenges to the way our groups operate through which we have learnt to adapt in order to support our girls and young women. I am looking forward to working with the GB Europe Executive and International President’s Committee to ensure we grow stronger and can continue to transform lives for at least another 130 years!
Please pray that I am able to use my God-given gifts and vision to help lead GB forward.
I am excited to see how God can use me in this role.
Working with Young People with Additional Needs resource
GB Europe has produced a number of equipping resources for leaders including a free Additional Needs resource. The resource includes information, tips and further links on working well with young people with ADHD, Autism, Dyspraxia and Spina Bifida. This new revised edition also includes new topics like mental health, new sections on how to engage young people with faith and ideas of inclusive games and sports.
I AM GIRL fundraising appeal
Working with UK Charity Fields of Life, Girls’ Brigade Europe has created a fundraising appeal to buy 1,250 I AM GIRL menstrual health packs which will transform the lives of 1,250 girls in Sub-Saharan Africa. Unfortunately periods are a taboo subject in these countries and only 1 in 5 girls make it to secondary school.