Volunteer focus: Keith and Celia Newton

Above image is of Keith and Celia Newton in 1994 with their two eldest children Rob and Tom when they first served on Ranby House holiday in their Crusader T-shirts. Here's what they have to say: We have been involved in Urban Saints for over 50 years and are still serving as Group...


‘Mummy! I just can’t wait to go to church again’

‘Mummy! I just can’t wait  to go to church again’ - Bethany Thanks to your support more children and young people with additional needs, like Bethany that I’ve introduced you to before, and their families, are able to look forward to going to church and weekly groups. In the last 12 months,...


Our Big Duck Race

It was a sunny Saturday afternoon in mid-September when we launched 200 plastic ducks along the Colne River in London Colney. The race was a simple visual way for people who feel connected to Urban Saints to do something together whilst raising funds for the ministry. Each duck, with names...


Those who have gone before

Urban Saints is built on a strong foundation of faithful leaders and supporters who grew up in Crusaders and remained actively involved in the movement. We have always paid tribute to those that have gone to be with Christ in our Associate News publication and this continues in our new...


Young volunteers

Young volunteers There are many benefits of young people volunteering. For the young people, the experience helps them to develop skills, confidence, and new interests; as well as providing an opportunity for them to contribute to society. For the Group or organisation, it allows space to engage with young people and...

Canoeing group from Kinmel Bay

Kinmel Bay - the journey continues!

Kinmel Bay canoeing weekend This Group took part in Urban Saint's Our Big Journey (OBJ) event in 2022 and enjoyed it so much that we decided to go away again even through OBJ wasnt happening this spring. Journeying on the Montgomery canal, all the Group got wet (including leaders) and 6...