Volunteer to help Lynn children discover Jesus

LIFE hand logoCould you provide support to a week long multi-media exhibition enabling around 400 primary school children in West Norfolk to discover the life and impact of Jesus Christ?

From Monday January 27 – Wednesday February 5 London Road Methodist Church in Kings Lynn is hosting the LIFE Exhibition, an educational experience which travels across the country being visited by an estimated 1,000 people every week.

The exhibition uses PDA technology, with text, graphics, DVD and sound, to provide a ‘hands on’ interactive learning experience all about the life of Jesus, his Jewish roots, his teaching and miracles, and his death, burial and resurrection. 

Nearly 400 hundred primary school children from local schools in West Norfolk are already booked to visit the exhibition produced by national Christian organisation Counties and organised locally by CROWNS Trust supported by Churches Together in King’s Lynn.

Kevin Baldwin from CROWNS Trust said: “To make this a resounding success we need volunteers who would be able to guide pupils around the exhibition”

Full training will be given and volunteers don’t have to commit to the whole week but will need to be available for either the morning or the afternoon session.

Volunteer roles include:
  • 3-4 group leaders who are experienced in interacting well with children
  • One technically confident and competent person to control the PDA areas
  • 3-4 volunteers to cover responsibilities such as welcoming and drinks etc  
  • 3-4 people to help set up the exhibition on the afternoon of the January 27 from 1pm and to dismantle on February 5 from 2:30pm.
For more details about the event or to volunteer please contact Kevin Baldwin by email at lifeexpo@crownstrust.org.uk or find further details at www.lifeexpo.co.uk.

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