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Meet Will James

At this year's AGM, some new Trustees were appointed to the Board and we asked them to share a little bit about their story and their involvement in Urban Saints. We'll begin with our current New Year House Party Main Leader - Will James... "Some of my greatest memories have been...

Growing the team in North London

We're pleased to announce that the Urban Saints Impact Team is growing, with Sam Daniel starting this month as the Impact Team Leader in North London. Sam's arrival is an investment both into greater support for Urban Saints Groups in this part of the capital but also another connection to the...

Building in a time of uncertainty

After the disruption of 2020, trying to prepare for 2021 was going to provide a challenge, with uncertainty about how Covid-19 would continue to impact. Yet we would not allow a pandemic to stop Urban Saints from our mission – reaching out to young people with the good news of...

Urban Saints' blacksmith on the BBC

A few weeks ago, the Urban Saints social media pages were full of reports of an Urban Saints' hoodie spotted on the local news. The subject in the report was Ben - a young person involved in a local Urban Saints Group. Ben caught the public eye because he has...

Justice given a Boost at recent conference

Boost – the youth work training conference organised by The South East Partnership – has continued to gather and support youth and children’s leaders online since the beginning of the pandemic. Instead of one large annual conference in London, there have been several zoom sessions, featuring a wide variety of...

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Urban Saints announce new Chief Mission Officer

It is with pleasure that Urban Saints can now announce that Anthony Horton (Ant) has been appointed as our new Chief Mission Officer. Ant comes with much experience as the CEO of east to west, a Christian youth work charity based in Egham. Ant began his career in the reprographics industry but...