NAYBA Channel Islands activates and resources churches to better love their neighbours and transform their neighbourhoods.
We help local churches to replicate best-practice community projects, measure social impact and providing sustainable solutions to poverty.
The NAYBA Civic Prayer Breakfast model is a way of churches working together to build relationships with civic leaders and pray for the wellbeing of the community.
We have developed tools and resources to help the church design, host and invite leaders from all sectors of a community to an engaging and impacting prayer breakfast.
The Replication Communityidentifies best practice church-led community projects that could also be run by other local churches.
We then support those community projects to replicate through other local churches to enable them to transform communities and to save them from having to reinvent the wheel.
The NAYBA Impact Audit is a tool to enable churches to work together in order to measure their social and economic impact in their community or city.
The evidence is published to create new opportunities for the church to partner with government, business, media and other sectors of civic society.
We have two Advisory Councils working in partnership, one in Jersey and one in Guernsey.
In Jersey the Advisory Council consists of:
(Pastor of Freedom Church)
Rev Canon Paul Brooks
(Vicar of St Paul’s Anglican Church & Vice Dean of Jersey)
Rev Graeme Glover (Chair)
(Minister of St Columba’s Church of Scotland)
Cathy Le Feuvre
(Producer/Presenter for BBC Jersey)
Jean Le Maistre, MBE
(former Senator of the States of Jersey)
Terry Le Sueur, OBE
(former Chief Minister of the States of Jersey)
In Guernsey the Advisory Council consists of:
(CEO of Leaders Consultancy)
Rev Jon Honour (Chair)
(Vicar at Holy Trinity, Guernsey)
Jonathan le Tocq
(Minister for Foreign Affairs)
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