HIV Programme resources
For use in church and with church groups
About the HIV Programme
For World AIDS Day – 1 December each year
Discussion starters and ice-breakers
- Test your knowledge by taking the HIV quiz
- HIV quiz answers
- True or false quiz
- True or false quiz answers
- Stigma and Discrimination: A personal risk assessment
Sketches by Robin Hill and Alex Shuttleworth
- The less than festive reindeer - 2015
- Stille Nacht: an all age Christmas performance in song and word
- Norman Clapper: Bebop bell ringer
- Born is the King: A Very Small Nativity 2013
- Wait till tomorrow - a Christmas eve sketch 2013
- Beryl and Cheryl's Christmas sketch 2012
- Do Ostriches have eyebrows? (2011)
- A Christmas Tryptich
- Poem: Annie's Treasure
Around Holy Week
For youth groups
Check out Christian Aid's website for 'Sofa Sessions' to find resources for 16 - 21 years olds. Contact the HIV Programme office for bead badges (£2 each), recipe books (£3 each), and bookmarks (free).
Easyfundraising – Free donations through online shopping!
There is now a new way to support the Church of Scotland HIV Programme. Online shopping is becoming increasingly popular and retailers are trading online now more than ever before. From groceries to clothes, from holidays to presents, more and more people are finding it convenient to shop from their computers rather than the high street.
Supporters are now able to raise funds for the HIV Programme whilst shopping online, at absolutely no cost to them. Supporters simply need to register on the Easyfundraising website and select the 'Church of Scotland HIV Programme' as their chosen charitable cause. Following this, retailers will donate a percentage of every purchase to the HIV Programme.
Also available from the HIV Programme Office
Short DVD interviews with people working on HIV
- Canon Gideon Byamugishu, from the Network of Religious Leaders infected or affected by HIV and AIDS
- Joel Githinji, Mission Partner with United Mission to Nepal
- You Tube clips from Christian Aid: Stigma under the Lens