Cause to be thankful

We often talk about the impact made by our prayer supporters and volunteers. We recently saw real fruits of this support at Scoughall & Kingscross. Back in May there was a massive amount of development and maintenance work needing done...

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...

Go Conference Review by Amy

Why did you go to the Go Conference? What did you learn? I went to the Go Conference because I wanted to learn more about Jesus and the Bible. Also, I haven't really talked to many people about being a...

Go Conference with Zoe Strong

Go Conference this year was an enjoyable and insightful experience for me, as always. I found the focus on Daniel particularly interesting as I hadn't realised how much I need to remember that God is both our friend and father...

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...

"See those ladies in the kitchen?"

At the end of the sending out grace we say, “Go in peace to love and serve the Lord.” Well it is my privilege and pleasure to do just that in various SU kitchens around Scotland. Prayers definitely upheld the...

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...

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...

"Part of my spiritual family"

It's cheesy post time... This past week has honestly been the best week of my life, I mean I've had some pretty good weeks but this one takes the cake! Let me talk about my team. Team 5 (Staying Alive)...

Volunteer profile: Lindsey

I asked Lindsey Stirling, one of our volunteers, a few questions recently... How did you first get involved with SU Scotland? I first got involved when I was in P5 and someone at church told me about a weekend away...