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Spider-Man: No Way Home

Assembly Objective:

If given the chance to start again, would we choose to wipe away our past? Are our relationships contingent on life going smoothly, or can we trust that our friendships and family relationships will stand our mistakes? This assembly invites students to consider how they respond to life’s uncertainties and their own mistakes. Through the words of a psalm about God’s love and forgiveness, students will reflect on Christian teaching on fresh beginnings, and on the importance of forgiveness in relationships. Continue reading


No Time To Die: Is anyone good enough for God?

Learning Objectives:            

  • Consideration of what the Christian faith teaches about concepts of judgement, sin and forgiveness.
  • Awareness of how moral values shape behaviour towards others.

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Respect

Assembly Objective:

  • Who do we turn to when we hit rock bottom? In our darkest moments, can faith in God provide help and a way out of trouble? This assembly invites students to consider the words of psalm 40 that speak of God as a rescuer. Students will reflect on the place of confession and forgiveness in dealing with problems, in this case alcoholism. Continue reading


Black Widow: How the Christian faith responds to modern slavery and human trafficking

Learning Objectives:            

  • Students will examine a Christian perspective on human trafficking and exploitation.
  • Understand the Bible’s teaching on the protection of vulnerable people and the role of Christians in campaigning and working with survivors of trafficking and exploitation.

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Cruella

Assembly Objective:

When someone hurts us, how do we choose to respond? And if we choose revenge, do we end up hurting ourselves?  This assembly invites students to consider their responses when someone offends or hurts them. Through Jesus’ teaching on revenge, students will reflect on the challenge of forgiveness.

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The Peanut Butter Falcon: What makes life valuable?

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore Christian ideas about sanctity of life.
  • Consider why Christians might have differing views about abortion.
  • Understand the views of abortion campaigners.
  • Give a personal response to the question of what makes a life valuable.

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