The importance of the role of fathers is one which, we at CVM, believe to be a vitally significant one. A role that includes men who may not be dads, but are father figures. It is essential to help grow and celebrate faith in fatherhood, and we invite you to use this new resource for your Father’s Day services.
The Father’s Day pack is an online resource which is free to download that will encourage men and challenge them to be the fathers our society so desperately needs.
With service plan, video stories and more, all accessible to people who ‘don’t do church’, this pack also looks at God’s relationship and love for us, a way He provided for everyone to know Him as an intimate father through His son Jesus.
You can also find past service plans and resources here too and our latest Fathers Day offer from our ministry partner Sorted.
Download links for these videos are below
Let's make the most of the opportunity, Father's Day presents men's groups and churches.
All men have the amazing potential to be great fathers in an increasingly fatherless society.
CVM's book, Founding Fathers, celebrates the importance of the role of fathering at all stages of the journey and offers thinking and help to dads as well men with no children who could still be a key influence to a fatherless generation.
£5 each + £1.50 P&P
For 10 or more copies please contact the office on 01246 452483 for reduced pricing.
Sorted Magazine is perfect for special outreach events like Father's Day… as well as men's breakfasts, sports events etc.
Get 40 copies for £60. No charge for posting.
(£180 worth of magazines)
How to download a video.
Click the download link on the CVM website, this will open a new browser within Vimeo, click the "Download" button that appears below the video player. Once you’ve clicked it, a little menu will appear, and depending on what the video's creator has designated, you’ll see links for several different versions of the video, including a mobile, SD, and/or HD file. You’ll need to decide which version of the video you’d like to download, and click to make the magic happen.
Depending on your browser, clicking the link may result in the video playing in a new tab instead of downloading the file to your computer. Don’t panic! If this occurs:
For Windows users: Right-click on the link and choose “Save as” or “Save target as.”
For Mac users: Hold down the Control key on your keyboard and click the link, then choose “Save link as” or “Download linked file"
Looking for our 2018 Father's Day Resource pack? That's here.