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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 will continue in the...

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Forged in Guildford

Back in 2021, a member of an Urban Saints Group made an unexpected appearance on BBC local news. Ben Perkins - a young leader from Urban Saints Guildford - caught the public eye because he had been developing his skills as an amateur blacksmith, including setting up an improvised forge at...

Young people at Camp (Houseparty at Bethany School)

Real adventure, real belonging, real discovery

Real transformation happens in young people's lives on Camps, which is why we are so eager to be sharing our 2023 programme with you. Children, young people and families can experience real adventures, discover more about the Christian faith and find a safe space where they belong, at Camps across...

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The way forward in 2023

Updated: 19th January 2023 Urban Saints is committed to our core purpose - to equip a movement of volunteers to disciple young people for Jesus, meeting and supporting them in their local context to the best of our ability. We are so grateful for our incredible volunteers, supporters, donors and staff...

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Fresh tactics in Lenzie

Working with children and young people has been forever changed by the pandemic. While many groups and projects have now returned to something approaching normal, for others restarting was full of frustration and false dawns. One of our newer Urban Saints Groups in Lenzie (just outside of Glasgow, Scotland) is...

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Still Making Connections after 20 years

Picture an Urban Saints Camp in your mind – sleeping out under the stars, crackling camp fires, water fights and messy games, right? Did you know that one Camp used to take young people out to help the homeless? Or to tour the Houses of Parliament? Or even to visit...