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Additional Needs Ministry

Jesus told them, The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field. Luke 10:2 Thank you for supporting the Additional Needs Ministry at Urban Saints, whether by remembering us in prayer, attending events, sending encouragement or providing...

Richard Langmead praying for the Urban Saints' vision during the recent Urban Saints' Supporters event in Bournemouth

Thank You For Dinner

"The vision is something I can really get onboard with - it makes me wish I was 40 years younger!" We are so grateful to everyone who is willing to stand with Urban Saints. Whatever your age, if you pray with us, donate towards the mission or give up your time...

A glimpse of the cover of the latest edition of Associate News

In the latest Associate News...

The latest edition of Crusader Associate News is now available. In this edition of our news magazine for anyone with a Crusader history, we have the following stories and updates: An update on the newest Urban Saints Groups and regions The relaunch of Energize Repairs to the main windows at Urban Saints Westbrook (and...

A privilege that should be available to every young person

“I tell you, now is the time of God’s favour, now is the day of salvation.” 2 Corinthians 6:2b, NIV Rarely a day goes by without more news about the challenges that young people are facing. Across the UK, we are seeing a real hunger among young people to join the new Urban...

Our children's and youth workers are now a lot better equipped

Many of our volunteers have a passion to include children and young people who have additional needs. As part of his role, Mark Arnold, Additional Needs Ministry Director, visits churches to offer advice, training and ideas for how to help children, young people and their families feel they belong better...

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...