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School Leavers, don’t panic! At this stage, Leavers Ningaloo and Esperance are still going ahead as planned. We will reassess any changes that may need to be made following the release of ATAR exam schedule later in the year. Check back in July for these updates.

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The situation around Covid 19 Coronavirus is rapidly changing. We are reviewing all Australian state and federal government declarations and guidelines about Covid-19 and this includes today’s announcement advising against mass gatherings as of Monday.

At this stage we are not planning to stop any ministry activities, but we will be monitoring the situation and all government announcements in relation to this. In response to today’s announcement regarding mass gatherings, we will review all our plans and protocols on Monday morning and on an ongoing basis and advise people accordingly.

For now we have put a number of protocols in place for SU programs, to reduce the risks of infection for volunteers, participants and staff. These include containment and exclusion guidelines. Volunteers and participants will be briefed on these as they prepare for their programs.

We acknowledge the Lordship of Jesus and His purposes and are also doing what we can to be prudent and prepared for this situation. We want to continue sharing the love of Jesus with the people of WA as much as possible, whilst protecting all people associated with SU – participants, staff, volunteers and others – from infection or contagion. We also want to comply with directions from authorised public health officers and the government.

Let’s pray into this and for people and for SU ministry. Jesus is Lord!

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We’ve been collecting information about SU Camps and God has been at work in young people’s lives. This little graphic captures the impact of our camps from the first two seasons of the year. Your investment of time and support is bearing fruit in the lives of young people. 84% of our camp participants moved significantly closer to Jesus. Yay! Thanks for being part of the SU movement.
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NUA (Old Irish adjective meaning new) is all about exploration: it’s a short film series that encourages questions, acknowledges doubt, and offers an engaging perspective on the Christian faith. Eight short films (15min each) watched at your leisure, in a group or with friends. Discuss your worldview, wrestle with things that don’t seem to make sense – this is a life-changing journey of working out your faith.

Nua is a great tool for young people and Youth Ministry. Get your copy from SU WA today. You’ll get:

· NUA USB – 8 HD episodes, 9 training videos, and lot’s more.
· NUA Guide –Lesson plans, summaries, discussion topics and challenges.
· NUA Journal –Where participants can honestly record their journey of faith.

NUA, created by SU Ireland and reviewed by trusted critics including an inter-church theological group, chaplains, clergy, youth workers and young people, is a great resource that can be used stand-alone or as a follow-up to Alpha.

View the trailer and get more details at: www.suwa.org.au/nua-video-series/
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