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OTHERS Week 2017

OTHERS Week 2017

Date: 25th June 2017 - 2nd July 2017

OTHERS Week 2017 celebrations will be held from Sunday 25 June to Sunday 2 July.

We invite you to celebrate this special week at your corps or centre. If the proposed week doesn't work well for your location, please feel free to choose another week!

Resources available this year include two sermon outlines, meeting resources and suggestions for how to help members of your corps or centre get together to make a difference in your community.

There are also colouring and 'name the characters' competitions for children, and a writing competition with sections for both children and adults.

The following resources are now available on the Mission Team Toolkit at

  • OTHERS Week sermon - Kingdom of God
  • Colour Your World with Kindness Sermon
  • Colour Your World with Kindness Powerpoint
  • OTHERS Week meeting resources (scripture readings, songs and videos)
  • OTHERS Week poster
  • Optimizing the power of OTHERS Week (suggestions)
  • Captain Kindness & Kind Kid colouring competition entry form
  • Captain Kindness & Kind Kid colouring competition PowerPoint slide
  • Captain Kindness Character Naming Competition
  • OTHERS Week Writing Competition poster
  • OTHERS Week Writing Competition entry form

Copies of the first Captain Kindness and Kind Kid book for children are also available at a cost of $2 - order via 'Shop Now' link on the Captain Kindness and Kind Kid Facebook page at, or go to

For any enquiries about OTHERS Week or these resources, please email us at


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