Unlock Office Relocation
Well we would not have chosen this partciular time to relocate our Unlock Office but nevertheless that is what we have had to do. Our new postal address is: Unlock, 15 Station Road, Sheffield, S60 1HN. E-mails remain as they were but it'll be a week or two before we get our new phone number and broadband up and running. We'll keep you posted.
To protect our staff The Unlock Office will be running on an even more part time basis than usual for most of the rest of 2020. You can certainly continue to send us donations (please!), and you can e-mail, send snail mail, or leave an answerphone message; and we will respond as soon as we can. We hope that things will be able to return to 'normal' soon.
No current vacancies.
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Unlock Legacy Giving Leaflet >>
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- The Heart of the Estate
- What's the Buzz?
- What Shall we do with the Women?
- Keep Calm and . . .
- Popcorn and Nachos
- Pop Goes The Weasel
- The Veronica Sessions
- Unlocking the Prodigal
. . and many others available on the - Resources Page >>
Unlocking the Prodigal Event and Resource.
An Unlock Bible activity event based on Luke 15.
This took place at Windy Nook in Gateshead and again in Heanor in May 2018.
Unlocking the Prodigal poster with details >>
This is some of the feedback we received after the event:-
I chatted to the people who came and got overwhelmingly positive feedback. The gist of it was that it had taken a story they were very familiar with and helped them see it with fresh eyes - that it had helped it move from something they knew with their heads, to something that touched their hearts, and that it had provoked some deep and helpful conversations, arising out of the themes of the parable and the way it connected with their own lives and experiences.They saidit had been a lot of fun as well, and that the lunch was good!
I was asked some really good questions by church members, such as, "How can we do more of this, for ourselves?" and "How could we draw in those on the edges of the church, who don't already know the stories in the Bible, for something a bit like this?" I look forward to exploring what the answers to those questions might look like, in the months to come!
Our Lent course has had a very strong Unlock influence and it's been such a great experience.We are a church full of very practical, down to earth people who tend to be quite private about what goes on inside them and not have huge amounts of confidence.Unlock hasenabled usto share our experiences of prayer and God in a much moreopenway.That, in turn has led to a new courage and willingness to pray for and with one another, which makes me a very humble, grateful, happy Vicar indeed.
An Unlocking The Prodigal Resource Pack is now available on the Resources Page >>
Exciting developments now in Woodhouse Sheffield.
Bible Women project >>
Current Unlock Partnerships
Unlock Woodhouse, Sheffield - Siggy Parratt-Halbert
Unlock Cardiff - Sharon Jenkins
Unlock Treeton, Rotherham - Carolyn Gower
Unlock Town End Farm - Francesca Walsh
See Our Workers Page >> for up-to-date details of local partnerships
Unlock Local Partnerships
Next . . . We always interested to hear from new places who would like to develop some Unlock work. We focus on deprived urban commiuties. Contact the National Office if you want to know more.
Working with Theological Colleges
Unlock is in partnership with the Queen's Foundation, Birmingham , and is willing to explore the possibility of partnerships with other Theological Colleges and Ministry Training Programmes in the UK, particularly in regions where we already have local projects established.
The next Unlock London Walk will be on Saturday 28th April 2018 in Tottenham and Harringay.
The Unlock London walk planned for April 25th 2020 has been postponed and will NOT now take place until April 24th 2021.
Unlock's 'Stay at Home' London walk activty packs will be available here http://www.unlock-urban.org.uk/support_walk.php
Seven sections over six days starting on Monday April 20th.
The 2020, Tower Hamlets walk will be offered to walkers as an online/paper resource in the next few weeks (watch this space!) This will include pictures, information about the churches on the route and Bible reflections. If you are stuck at home it will give you something interesting to do.
We are dependent on the income from the Unlock London walk for around 30% of our annual funding, and without that income Unlock will not be able to continue its valuable work; so we really need you to donate anyway, just as if the 2020 walk were still happening. We hope that the online version of the walk will encourage you to do that.
All those on our walk database will be updated either by letter or e-mail in the next two weeks. If you want to be sure of getting further information please complete a form here Contact form >>
The (37th) Unlock London Walk will take place on Saturday 24th April 2021, in Tower Hamlets
More details on our London Walk Page >>
Prayer page with Current Prayer Needs >>
See our Training page for details of forthcoming Unlock training events
An Unlock training day takes place each December at Queen's Foundation in Birmingham and is open to all. The date for 2020 it still to be agreed.
Training can be arranged for local groups; see this leaflet and contact the Unlock Office for details.
Unlock Training Leaflet >>
Midlands Urban Mission Training
The brochure below gives details of Urban Mission Training available in (or from) the Midlands and has been produced by a partnership of agencies brought together by the Urban Mission Development Project.
Equipping Urban Christians>>