Our Publications

Your Faith, Your Online World

The wait is over! ‘Your Faith, Your Online World’ is launched!!!

Dive into "Your Faith, Your Online World" and be part of a movement that empowers young Christians in the digital era. Share, engage, and let's build a community where faith thrives online.

‘Your Faith, Your Online World’ isn't another online safety project; it's a dynamic exploration of how the faith of young people translates into the online world. The project aims to facilitate a space for self-reflection, faith exploration, and thoughtful, faith aligning online engagement.

Your Faith, Your Online World is a collaborative project with The Baptist Union of Great Britain, The Methodist Church, The Moravian Church, The Quakers, and the Institute for Children, Youth & Mission. 

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Creating Spaces: Mind the Gaps

A Case Study Analysis of Growing Faith in a Northern English Village.

Summary Report

Full Case Study

Dissertation Library

The library of dissertations completed during study with CYM.

Core Standards Of Christian Chaplaincy with Children & Young People

These standards have been developed by CYM in discussion with a wide range of organisations involved in chaplaincy with children and young people. They have been extensively researched and consulted upon, including two events with a variety of organisations and individuals and comments from the sector have helped form the final document. It is our hope that these will form the basis for a more consistent and professional approach to chaplaincy without in any way diminishing its vocational basis. We along with our consulting partners, commend them to all those engaged in work with children and young people.

Collaborative Journal Publication with Dr. Graham Bright

In collaboration with former academic colleagues, CYM's Dr. Graham Bright has been published in the British Educational Research Journal (BERJ). The research reports on a longitudinal study in the North of England with 13 educators in schools, colleges and universities during two lockdowns. The project was designed to ‘unlock’ education by providing spaces to co-create new ways of thinking about education in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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