CHANGING PERCEPTIONS, LIVING FOR MORE
School Chaplaincy is a project headed up by Alex Yarlett in Falmouth School. The project was launched in February 2016 in the form of a lunchtime drop in and includes team members from several churches across Falmouth. The vision for the School Chaplaincy project is for:
“Every young person in Falmouth school to have the opportunity to hear and respond to the message of hope in Jesus.”
Our mission is two fold. Firstly, we want to share the hope and message of Jesus in word and deed. Secondly, we want to change pupils perceptions of themselves, others and of faith. Our big idea is to inspire young people to 'live for more'; to not repeat unhealthy life patterns and raise the bar of expectation for who they are and what they can achieve in their life.
Here's some core values that are important to us at Chaplaincy:
We value Jesus and his life. Our value is to live like Jesus and do like Jesus.
We carry an expectation for both the Holy Spirit and the word of God to shape, lead and guide us in all we do.
Chaplaincy is about seeing lives transformed across schools and ages, inspiring and empowering young people to live for more.
Committed to join across churches, united with like minded people and groups together in mission. Bringing Christ's hope, life and freedom to Falmouth Schools.
Chaplaincy is committed to the individual. Looking to inspire, encourage and champion students, teachers and team alike to be all they are called to be.
Always wanting everything we do to be as good as it can be. We will never hit perfection, but we are aiming for excellence.