An important update about Adoption Sunday

A piece of news we wanted to share with you about our Adoption Sunday resources

Following much discussion and prayer, and in response to feedback we have received over the years, we have made the decision to not develop Adoption Sunday any further, so we will no longer be creating new resources or centrally promoting it.

We are so grateful to all our champions in particular, who have been part of Adoption Sunday over the years. We hope it has been a helpful tool for you.

As we look to the future, we are considering a range of ideas for new and different resources that will inspire and equip churches to engage with the vision of Home for Good, which we hope will be accessible and useful for all in church leadership.

We are wholly committed to raising awareness of the needs of vulnerable children and enabling the Church to respond well.

We're sorry if this news is disappointing for you. We have collated all the past Adoption Sunday resources together on our website here, and you are welcome to use these in your churches if they are useful.

Author:
Home for Good


Date published:
October 2020


Tags:
News


Share:


You might also be interested in

'The investment of a lifetime report'

Articles

'The investment of a lifetime report'

Is the economic spend on the care system in the UK bringing about the outcomes and flourishing for children and young people that we want to see?

Read more
APPG for Adoption and Permanence Launches New Inquiry

News

APPG for Adoption and Permanence Launches New Inquiry

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Adoption and Permanence has launched a new inquiry on Strengthening Families.

Read more
The privilege of becoming a mother

Blogs

The privilege of becoming a mother

Home for Good CEO, Tania Bright, writes about her family's journey through fostering and adoption for Women Alive magazine

Read more
Our Letter to the Chair of the Children’s Social Care Review

News

Our Letter to the Chair of the Children’s Social Care Review

This week, our CEO Tarn Bright sent the following letter to Josh MacAlister, Chair of the Children’s Social Care Review in England.

Read more

Connect locally

I would like to find out what is
going on in my area

Connect Locally

Keep up-to-date

I would like to stay up-to-date with Home for Good's news and how
I can give, pray and get involved to help vulnerable children.

Home for Good will never pass on your details to third parties for marketing purposes and you can unsubscribe from our communications at anytime by emailing [email protected].

reCAPTCHA helps prevent automated form spam.