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A youth leader running a group session online

"I am desperately worried about young people..."

“Whoever welcomes one of these children in my name welcomes me.” Jesus, (Mark 9:37 NIVUK)   Mission goes online!   I was talking to a long-standing supporter on the phone recently. They were ever so worried about children and young people during the pandemic. We talked about the ways that Urban Saints is helping and as we...

Members of the Urban Saints team saying thank you

Thank you from us all

We are so grateful to everyone who plays a part - large or small - in this fantastic mission. You are the reason we are able to make disciples for Jesus. Volunteering regularly, praying faithfully or giving sacrificially all make a lasting difference. Thank you so much for partnering with us...

Person praying for Urban Saints

For such a time as this...

On Saturday 20th June, at least 120 of us gathered on Zoom for the first online nationwide prayer gathering.  It was great to meet up with a wide range of supporters, volunteers and staff from Urban Saints and pray together as one. We prayed together as small groups in breakout rooms and collected...

Young people playing table tennis at a local weekly Urban Saints Group

We Stand Together

At Urban Saints we’ve been deeply saddened by the violent death of George Floyd. We believe that all humans are created in the image of God and violent crimes against members of the Black and Minority Ethnic communities are shocking to the core of our beings and our organisation. We acknowledge...

New Camps Adventure - a mug with adventure on it on a wooden stump

Camps head off on a new adventure

Socially distanced adventures are not really an option on most of our Camps - but the summer is not cancelled! Camps are wonderful opportunities for children and young people to head away from home with their leaders for an awesome adventure. But how does that model work in a national lockdown? Thanks...

Saints Studio happiness

By staying together today, we will see treasure again tomorrow

Liam, Maya and Brayden* live in one of the toughest parts of the UK in Luton. Like most young people, they love having fun, being with friends and learning how to make the best of life. You can see it in their eyes, the sparkle, the zest for being together,...