The Esther Collective in the UK
Published on February 26, 2015
In the UK many of the 18-30’s generation are drifting away from traditional church. As GB is a great place of friendship for this age group, GB has launched The Esther Collective, a community for 18 30’s women that aims to helps them grow as disciples and leaders
One participant, Hannah, says: “The first Saturday of The Esther Collective was fantastic. I didn’t quite know what to expect, yet I expectantly hoped that God would be starting something good. And I wasn’t disappointed! I enjoyed every minute- the food, the talks, the interviews and the fellowship and community already created. Since Saturday I have been chewing over everything I heard, relearning to live in the light of my identity in God.”
Charlotte Hendy is Project Leader for the Esther Collective, and is also GB Europe’s Youth (Volunteer) Co-ordinator. She was one of GB England & Wales delegates at ICGB in Perth 2014. She has written the March reflection for our Be Expectant series.
This is a story about Girls' Brigade Europe
Girls’ Brigade Europe is made up of England and Wales, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Romania and most recently in Kosova. The Fellowship has some 62,000 members and is working in over 12,000 companies.
International Vice President: Claire Rush
View the Girls' Brigade Europe website