Ceilidh-ing kids to camp

On 29 April 80 people donned their dancing shoes to 'Ceilidh a Kid to Camp'. The aim was to raise funds to get kids to the Edinburgh SU Weekends in May at Scoughall and February at Lendrick Muir at a...

Why do you run an SU Group?

Read on to find out how two SU Group leaders answered this question, and others... Why do you run an SU Group?As a child I always attended SU clubs at school and it was really important for me as a...

Growing the team in primary schools

Our new strategy is all about growing the team. As part of that, we want to provide training, resources and inspiration for those working with children in school groups and churches. We're running a series of events about exploring the...

Growing young leaders

As part of SU Scotland’s focus on growing the team, we long to see young people equipped to live boldly as Christians in school, to support one another well and to reach out to share the good news of Jesus...

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...

Don't give up, even when you think no one is listening

Just before Christmas I received an email from Susan who leads a primary SU Group in my region. Her words were so encouraging that I wanted to share them with you. They reminded of these verses in Isaiah 55... "For...

Young people tell us about their weekend away

We took a group of secondary school pupils away for the weekend at the end of November, and had a brilliant time. Below are some of the comments from the young people about the weekend - hopefully this will give...

There's always a suitcase to unpack

SU Scotland loves residential events! In some ways they are the place where our two key values - dependence on God and deeping relationships - are displayed most vibrantly. June to December allows plenty of opportunities to refine the skills...

Exploring the Bible in and out of primary school

Our new startegy is all about growing the team. As part of that, we want to provide training, resources and inspiration for those working with children in school groups and churches. We're running a series of events about exploring the...

Alltnacriche is the best place to be

So much has happened in the last few months; three SU Holidays, two weekend camps, one holiday club and a new addition to the family in the form of my beautiful daughter-in-law Judah! That is of course alongside the weekly...

Welcome to the gap year, Mark

Hello! My name is Mark Cobain; I live in Glasgow and work at the Milton Street office as part of the gap year that I am currently undertaking with SU Scotland. Having left school this year I found God calling...

Seen and Heard

In one month’s time, on Saturday 24th September, people from across Scotland will gather in Edinburgh for the first Seen and Heard conference. Seen and Heard is a network to encourage and equip those who work in children's ministry. The...