Documents & Publications

The Free Church Education Committee, along with working groups commissioned by the Free Churches Group, have published a number of documents and papers which you can access and download below. We have also added references to other relevant reports, from ecumenical partners, from the field of education and chaplaincy, which you may find interesting.

The Free Churches and Schools: a report - Life in all its Fullness

The Free Churches and Further Education (FE): a report - Serving from the Margins

The Free Churches and Higher Education (HE): a report - Hope in Higher Education

The Free Churches and FE: Vision and Policy Statement

The Free Churches and HE: towards a Free Church vision for HE

The Free Churches and Chaplaincy in FE: a report - A Neglected Opportunity?

Flyers and prayer resources for your church

Schools - coming soon

Further Education - serving local communities

Higher Education - serving local communities - reaching out to universities

Reforming Christianity - A teaching resource for Religious Education for teachers working with children and young people at Key Stages 2-4.



Further Education

Higher Education

Gathering prayer for churches, schools, colleges and universities

Reports from our network

Chaplains on Campus: Understanding Chaplaincy in UK Universities

Case Studies and leaflets / resources to download

Schools: coming soon

Further Education:

Higher Education:

You may also find the ideas and resources helpful on the links below:

NB. Safeguarding notice: Most of the students going to university will be 18, but some of the young people involved in activities suggested in Branching Out and Keeping in Touch may be younger, and it is important that you follow your church’s safeguarding policy when organising activities. Some young people over the age of 18 may be vulnerable adults, and your safeguarding policy should include provision for these students. This is particularly important when considering mentoring schemes and organising hospitality. If you need further advice, please consult the safeguarding officer for your church or group.