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A Bible For All

Imagine the transforming joy of being able to read God’s word properly yourself for the first time, instead of just having it read to you. There is a world of difference isn’t there?  Now imagine how exciting that must be, and how you would want to share that excitement with others that...

The street sign for Crouch Hill in N8 London Borough of Islington - the birthplace of Crusaders and Urban Saints in the 1900s

Back where it all began

We were heading to North London... in search of a tree! As we arrived in the small urban park, full of playground equipment and all-weather sports pitches, it's fair to say that the presence of the "tree and hedge removal" workman was not an encouraging sign... Yesterday was our birthday. 111...

Sara Taylor - Impact Team Leader for Central and East

International Women's Day #beboldforchange

#BEBOLDFORCHANGE 8TH MAR 2017 On March 8th, Urban Saints marked the annual International Women's Day by turning our social media channels over to some inspiring women involved in the movement. Our Midlands Director, Sara, introduces the "takeover". International Women’s Day purposefully presents us with an opportunity to pause and reflect on the various challenges women...

A girl enjoying time at her group with other young people

Vulnerable, disadvantaged, excluded

The needs of children and young people, and the difficulties and challenges that they face, can be varied and complex, including emotional well-being, mental health, and the wide range of additional needs and disabilities many journey with. Up to to 1 in 5 children and young people in the UK have...

Mark Arnold - the new Additional Needs Ministry Director

New Additional Needs Ministry Director

Urban Saints announced today that, in a significant move to develop and grow our already vibrant additional needs and disability ministry, current Chief Operating Officer (COO) Mark Arnold will be repositioned into a new role as Additional Needs Ministry Director.    Having already seen considerable growth in this important ministry area, which...

New CEO Richard Langmead leaning up against the wall. On the wall is written "Make eye contact!"

Meet our new CEO!

I have a passion to see young people be part of the solution, not be seen as the problem." - Richard Langmead When we announced the appointment of our new CEO, Richard Langmead, we arranged for the Editor of the brand new Premier Youth and Children's Work magazine, Jamie Cutteridge to speak...