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Who is discipling our young people?

As CEO, my primary concern is rolling out the national strategy and it is a delight to see new Groups starting across the UK in Ireland, Scotland and Manchester etc, but it is also very special to be able to lead a Group myself and share the gospel on a...

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Join us for Camps in 2020

At Urban Saints, we recognise that Camps are a vital part of children’s and youth ministry and so we’re thrilled to be launching our 2020 Camps programme, packed full of fantastic opportunities for you to head away with your Group this year.  Our Camps run across the UK and Ireland and...

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The perfect mix...

“It’s the perfect mix of having fun outside and hearing about Jesus!”  Urban Saints’ Camps and Sprees provide opportunities for children and young people to gather together, find a sense of belonging as they are loved by their leaders, get to know Jesus better whatever stage of faith they are at...

Gabbie, enjoying time away with New Year House Party at Urban Saints Westbrook

"My journey through Urban Saints' Camps"

Having time away from ‘normal life’ and going on a residential can really deepen your relationship with Jesus as well as having huge amounts of fun and finding new friends. Gabbie, 18, shares how Urban Saints’ Camps have been instrumental in growing her faith and helping her develop her love...

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Together we're making a difference

Thank you so much to all those who have already donated to our Christmas Appeal. Click the video above to hear a special message from CEO, Richard Langmead.   We’re raising funds to establish more new Groups across the UK for young people to find a safe space to be introduced to Jesus Christ...

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Making Westbrook accessible to those without means

Greetings from Westbrook. This year I have been challenged by the number of children and young people who cannot afford to attend residentials at Westbrook because their parents or carers lack the financial means to send them. Parents and carers regularly report that they cannot afford to send their children on...