The Girls' Brigade was started in Britain by the union of the two following organization: the Girl’s Guildry and the Girl’s Life Brigade. The union was confirmed in June 10, 1968.
The Girls’ Brigade was formed in Dublin, Ireland, in 1893. It was founded on two on two Bible Class and Physical Training, having its aim: “the extension of Christ’s Kingdom among girls.
The Girls’ Guildry was founded in1900 as a church – centred organization, providing for four age groups. Its various activities aimed at helping girls to become mature Christian women; an interdenominational and international movement with a strong emphasis in service to others.
The Girls’ Life Brigade was founded in 1902 by the Nation al Sunday School Union in Britain, the aim being: to help and encourage girls to become responsible, self-reliant and useful Christian women.
The aim of the Girls’ Brigade is to help girls to become followers of the Lord Jesus Christ and through self-control reverence and a sense of responsibility to find true enrichment of life.
Jesus is life and any girl who has confessed her sin and trusted in Him for her salvation will now begin to follow Him. Looking in, self-control; Realizing that our bodied are dwelling place of the Holy Spirit, girls should be taught self-control and purity in thought, word and deed.
Looking up-Reverence: The aim is to teach the girls to be still and worship in spirit and in truth:
1' To read the Bible and pray each day
2. To behave well in church and not coming too late or sleep in service
3. To be reverent in everyday life.
1. To share with others the knowledge gained in practical and in spiritual thing.