The history of mankind is rich with stories of people who were willing to be agents of change for God in their world. Not satisfied with spectating, and being willing to serve despite their weakness, they devoted themselves to making a God-honouring difference in every situation they faced.
In the spring of 1900 an English missionary called Albert Kestin was walking through a North London park on a Sunday afternoon. He was looking for a group of young people he had been told had given up attending Sunday School.
Urban Saints believes that our ethos emerges from a desire and motivation to teach young people about the Lord Jesus Christ as presented in the Bible with a view to developing a personal faith in Christ and an effective Christian life of service (as outlined in our Constitutional objectives supported by the Basis of Faith).
Urban Saints' biannual magazine for long-term supporters, giving updates on encouraging and inspiring stories of all God is doing across the movement. Associate News is primarily aimed at those who have been involved with Urban Saints since our Crusader days.
Urban Saints is the operating name of The Crusaders' Union, a company limited by guarantee and registered in England & Wales, company number 07771037, charity number 1144923, and in Scotland, charity number SCO39313.