Fathers are more important than you think.

We provide programmes for churches, to help faith and fatherhood thrive.

Legacy Programmes for your church

The Legacy ministry team deliver these with you on the ground. We have four offerings: Men Behaving Dadly, Legacy Days, Legacy Talks and The Legacy Award – more info below. We suggest starting with Men Behaving Dadly and then establish an annual Legacy Day as part of your church calendar.

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A 4-part series of conversations for all fathers and father figures in your church. Sharing stories, struggles and ideas without taking ourselves too seriously.

Facilitated days out for a group of fathers and daughters/son, aged 11-14. Including afternoon activities (like canoeing, bird box building, hiking or falconry), dinner and conversations. Legacy Days are shoulder-to-shoulder and face-to-face, creating memories that last a lifetime. Ideal size – 6-12 pairs, priced £30-60/pair depending on activity.

Got a men’s breakfast on? Midweek? Or Sunday evening service?

We’d love to come and speak about the need for engaged fathers today.

A six-month journey of adventure and faith development with your son/daughter (11-14). Including conversations in character, courageous challenges and a compassion project.

Legacy Day

"Well organised, great content with sessions designed to give you and your son time and space for discussion."

Legacy Day

"Thoroughly enjoyed the whole ethos and thinking behind the Legacy Day - the ideas to get us talking at meal time and on the walk made it a significant day for me as a father."

Legacy Day

"Not knowing what it was, I was nervous. But I was so glad we went. Now I want to do one with my daughter too!"

Men Behaving Dadly

"When Andy started the evening I thought: 'This is all new to me', but when we started discussing at the tables I had more to share than I realised. I'm coming away with a number of ideas my wife and I hope to embed into our family as we help our children grow up in Christ."

Men Behaving Dadly

"It's just really good to get together with other fathers and father figures in your church."

Men Behaving Dadly

"It not a course more a great evening of chat, learning from other fathers as well as from the front."