​The Boys2Men Project

Boys2Men is a registered charity working through
schools in Redditch. It originally started as part of
Christ Church Community Project (in association
with Worcestershire YMCA), but is now a
standalone project in its 9th year. 

Boys2Men traditionally works with 11 – 14 year
old boys and their Dads or father figures. There
are five evening sessions and two camping
weekends throughout the summer where Dads
spend time with their boys, undertaking teambuilding challenges. 

The project has also now started ‘Lads and Dads’
working with 7 and 8 year old boys. Together with their father figure, they spend five
evening sessions together junk modelling and playing games. Items built include a
cardboard racing car, a boat made from plastic spoons and a catapult from lolly sticks!
The course is finished with a Saturday morning at Arrow Valley Park doing orienteering
and playing frizbee golf. 

Project Leader, Phil Williams said: “Both our programmes are based around a line in
Malachi: ‘He will turn the hearts of the parents to their children, and the hearts of the
children to their parents’. We want to see empowered Dads whose hearts are turned
towards their children and who have been inspired to spend more time with them.
The impact of having a good male role model on boys can be transformational!” 

Boys2Men are based at the Ecumenical Centre in Redditch and can be contacted on
01527 61580 or at http://fatherfigures.org

Please pray for all those involved in the Boys2Men project. That everyone will enjoy
themselves and that the Dads will relax and throw themselves into it. 

Evesham Deanery: Rural Dean: Richard Thorniley; Lay Chair: Liz Booth 

Diocese of Bristol: Bishop Michael Hill with Bishop Lee Rayfield (Swindon) 

Diocese of Helsinki (Finland): Bishop Irja Askola

Diocese of Puerto Rico (USA): Bishop Wilfrido Ramos Orench

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