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New look leadership team

Ant, Claire, Colin, Serena and Sara   We are two months into the new Urban Saints team shape and the new look leadership team are settling in to their new roles, supporting Chief Mission Officer, Ant Horton as he leads Urban Saints going forward. Here are the new members of the leadership team...

Rosemary Hunt and the Studland campsite where she volunteered this summer

Third generation serving on Camps

The privilege of sharing the love of our Lord Jesus Christ with children and teenagers through Crusaders / Urban Saints has been enjoyed by three generations of the Hunt family, to date. "I feel privileged and grateful to be a third-generation Urban Saint sharing the Good News of Jesus..." "My late grandfather, Dr...

Girls praying at new Glasgow Jordanhill Girls Group

Girls and boys in Jordanhill

We’re excited to announce that a new Girls Group has just opened up in Glasgow Jordanhill. A Jordanhill Boys Group opened in 1929, ably led by Norris Thompson from 1963 to 2008, and still meets each Friday. 93 years later, they have been joined by Jordanhill Girls! The Main Leader, Sheona...

Kenny French, Gordon Menzies and Gordon MacDonald - leaders from Lenzie Boys Urban Saints in Scotland

Restarting after 60 years

“It seems like you’ve still got a heart for the boys” “It’s ‘vine’ work”, my wife Laura said. I agreed, as I knew God was speaking through her. We had been talking about the busyness of life and wondering how to fit Urban Saints back into this as we exited the...

Young people walking together through an underpass away from camera (black and white picture)

Praying together on the Journey

Tomorrow (Friday 25th) we launch two events, both drawing people from across Urban Saints together as one. 24/2 Prayer is our latest 48 hours of prayer for the movement and for young people, while Our Big Journey is an opportunity for Groups, volunteers and supporters to do something together locally...

Pray for the wellbeing of young people

Young people have been significantly impacted by the pandemic, both socially and economically. Over the last eighteen months we have seen a rise in the number of teenagers struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, and loneliness. Mental health is not frequently discussed within the church; leaving people feeling isolated or ill-equipped...