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Making Young Disciples for Jesus

Let me tell you about two brothers I met last Sunday. I went to a small local church on a council estate in one of the most deprived areas in the UK. Two friendly boys aged about 10 and 8 were kicking a football around in the church car park...

The new Energize logo - website relaunched on 2nd April 2019 with a new look and brand new and improved features

New Energize website launches

We are delighted to announce that the brand new version of Energize has launched this week, after a year of behind-the-scenes development. Energize (our key resources website) launched in 2003 and currently provides quality discipleship materials - including prayer ideas, video clips and discussion starters - to over 1600 churches and...

Refreshing Urban Saints

March 29th has always been a special day for Urban Saints. It is the date the movement first began, when the handful of Crusader Classes joined together to become a Union in 1906. On the 113th birthday of this Union (when we once again 'become a teenager', so to speak),...

Walking from Crouch End to Luton for Urban Saints

The Long Walk

Spring 1900. An English missionary, enjoying some rest and study time at home from the mission field, started a youth group after a chance encounter in a North London park. Without knowing it, he began a long walk that we are all still on today. Albert Kestin responded to a need in...

Scotland News - March

Spree in the Borders bookings Bookings have been open for Spree in the Borders, our annual summer camp, for a few weeks and our lodge spaces have already sold out! Spree is a partnership between Urban Saints and Rock UK based at Whithaugh Park and has been running around a decade. Each year more groups...

Trust

To receive and to serve

I wonder what we think of when we hear the word Trust?   Something you have a confidence in or a high certainty that something will happen? When we Trust a person, perhaps we have a specific expectation and objectivity about the confidence we place in them, to see something through? We have...