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Overseas Adventures in 2021

We wanted to share an update on our plans for Overseas Adventures going forward. The global situation with COVID-19 means it is still unclear at this stage if trips will even be possible in 2021. Given the circumstances, we have decided that Urban Saints will not run any Overseas Adventures in 2021. This...

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Joining the Disabled Children’s Partnership

We are thrilled to let you know that Urban Saints has been accepted into the Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) as recognition for the work we are doing within the Additional Needs Ministry at Urban Saints. This adds another accreditation to go alongside our membership of the Council For Disabled Children, the...

Exam Results

At the heart of Urban Saints we want to see young people succeed. We want them to thrive and become all that God has created them to be. One of Urban Saints' values is justice. It can be hard not to feel angry about the way that exam results have been...

PA role based in Luton

We are looking for someone with outstanding organisation and time management skills to work closely with the CEO to provide administrative support. This role also acts as the first point of contact to the CEO for employees and external contacts. Location: Usually based at the Urban Saints Support Centre, Luton, but initially home-based...

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Update from the Trustees

Richard Langmead left Urban Saints in July to pursue new opportunities. We are thankful to Richard for his contributions to Urban Saints during his time with us. The strategy Richard developed in 2017 established a new, clear and distinctive direction for Urban Saints. The call to return to our roots and start...

Camps, virtually

If we had to guess which of our volunteer teams would be most likely to come up with something wildly creative to fill the gap over the summer holidays, our Camps teams would be very high on the list!  We’ve already seen what they can produce at relatively short notice for...