Sycmore Tree - Group Facilitator training

Thursday, 12th October - 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Elim Bristol City Church, Bristol

Sycamore Tree is a victim awareness programme that teaches the principles of restorative justice. It is taught in prisons in groups of up to 20 learners by PF volunteers. Prisoners on the programme explore the effects of crime on victims, offenders, and the community, and discuss what it would mean to take responsibility for their personal actions. This training day focuses on the role of a group facilitator. The Group Facilitator training will cover;

  • The Role & Responsibilities of a group facilitator
  • The Story of Zac - Restorative Justice
  • Teamwork & Authority
More information about the Sycamore Tree course can be found here To request a place on the course please contact Stephen Hawkins on 07890 636 837 or  or you can book a place on Eventbrite by clicking here

Thursday, 12th October - 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Elim Bristol City Church, Bristol

Prison Fellowship's (PF's) vision is that every prisoner has access to support and prayer. Our mission is to show Christ’s love to prisoners by coming alongside them and supporting them. We seek through prayer and practical care to help, support and develop a Christian ministry to prisoners and their families. We do this through our network of over 2,400+ volunteer PF members across England and Wales   You are warmly invited to attend Letter Link training at our Support Office in Bristol  to book a place please click here  The two-hour session will cover:

  • The importance of letter writing and what to expect
  • The letter writing process
  • Security
  • Commitment
Registration will be open 30 minutes before the training begins. Tea and coffee will be provided