Growing the team of donors - and starting with prayer

All our SU Scotland supporters are partners with us in fulfilling the vision to help children and young people explore the Bible and respond to Jesus. Our desire is to draw more partners alongside us in this ministry; people who...

Scottish Youth Parliament

Congratulations to Rory Smith and Jonathan Gray, elected as SU Scotland's new MSYPs in the Scottish Youth Parliament. Click here or information about the Scottish Youth Parliament.

 

Gowanbank House gift to SU Scotland

We are pleased to announce that SU Scotland has been gifted a property which we believe will enhance our ministry with children and young people in Scotland. Thanks to the remarkable generosity of its present owners, SU Scotland will take...

Growing the team of donors

All our SU Scotland supporters are partners with us in fulfilling the vision to help children and young people explore the Bible and respond to Jesus. Our desire is to draw more partners alongside us in this ministry; people who...

How has involvement with SU helped you grow in faith?

We invite you to share in our thankfulness to God for all he has done. We are gathering stories to encourage each other and inspire us for the next 150 years, and we’d love to hear your memories.

Why school's ministry matters to our church

Part of our Newhaven Church's mission is reaching out and serving the community; therefore it is good to have a presence in our local schools, showing that the church cares and reflects the love of Jesus. The SU Groups in...

KX5 - An insider's report!

This summer, I was lucky enough to go to KX5, a week-long Scripture Union camp held on the Kingscross campsite on the Isle of Arran. The week was definitely one of the best experiences of my life: combining adventurous activities,...

New Disability app from Boy's Brigade NI

The Boys' Brigade in Northern Ireland have launched a Disability App to provide quick, basic information for youth leaders on 25 different disabilities that affect children and young people. The app is available on both Apple and Android platforms. The...

Urban reflections

Every few years the Scottish government produce their figures highlighting areas of Scotland most affected by poverty. These statistics, known as the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation, take into account a range of factors including health, education, crime and dependency...

Money for nothing!

Charitable fundraising normally involves supporters, at some stage, reaching into their pockets and investing their own hard-earned cash. However, it need not always be so! Through the work of the SU Scotland Stamp Bureau, volunteers can turn donated stamps (and...

Growing the SU Scotland team

One evening in late August, I was sitting in the Kilpatrick Room at Lendrick Muir with 53 trainee leaders reviewing their summer of serving on SU Holidays & Missions. During the worship, they were given an opportunity to stand up...

Take a stand – be an MSYP

Are you a Christian aged 14-25, actively involved with SU Scotland? Do you want to make a difference in Scotland and to make the voice of young people heard in this country? If so, we’d love to hear from you......