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Below you will find some advice on how to make the most of the Barnabas in Churches website. If you can't find what you are looking for, or if you are encountering problems, please contact us.

Getting around the site

We hope that you find the new Barnabas in Churches website easy to use. On the homepage you will find information about what's new from different parts of Barnabas in Churches divided into different categories - news, ideas, books, videos and more. Simply click on one of these to view posts in that category.

For any item there you can post to facebook or other networks by using the share button.

On other pages, such as the All-age or Books & Resources sectionsyou will find a list of subpages on the left hand side. Just keep clicking to find what you are looking for.

Finding ideas

You can find on our website a wealth of ideas for children's and all-age work. To find ideas, you can either type your search into the search box and click to search in ideas, or you can click on the ideas in the top menu.

In either case, you will be shown a list of keywords on the left hand side and a list of matching ideas on the right hand side. Once you've done a search, you can refine your search. For example, if you search for carol service you will get a number of matching ideas. You could then refine by adding the Season keyword of Carol service, or All-Age service. Once the list of matching ideas is at a manageable size, have a look at each one and decide which you would like.

On the idea itself, the easiest way to save to your computer is to click the Download PDF button - making it easy for you to keep ideas.

Buying online

We've rearranged our online shop here to make it much easier to find what you are looking for. You can choose between Books, Downloads (PDF version of books including some out of print titles), and Extra Resources (free resources linked to our titles. Or you can just put in a book title and click Search in Books.

If you want to view even more books from BRF, visit BRF Online.