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...

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......

Introducing our new look

By now, you might have heard or seen that we’ve been working on a refresh of our SU Scotland brand. With over 2,000 volunteers across the country involved in running our activities, we’re a pretty diverse organisation. But at our...

Praying for your local school

We were really excited to see the Pray for Schools Scotland initiative recognised in the Scottish Catholic Observer recently. You can read the story here. Young people spend the majority of their waking hours in school - far more than...

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...

"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)...

Stories from life: how does God speak today?

I am not long back from Italy, and boy, can Italians talk! Sitting by the pool surrounded by different nationalities lying quietly sunbathing or reading, one Italian family stood out. There was a constant stream of chatter between them all...

MSYP Missives

Hello everyone, One of the things discussed at the most recent Sitting was the need for urgent change to the way Religious Education is taught in schools, particularly for those beginning their education (i.e. in primary school). I am sure...

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...

Let down the nets

Jesus’ ministry is overflowing with stories about fishing. For many years Mary Gargrave, Deaconess at Carnwadric Church, dreamed of taking children fishing to teach them more about Jesus. A few months ago, God provided the opportunity she needed to move forward with her dream.

"I found that I was confident enough to chip in"

I had been to many SU Holidays as a camper and had always got a lot out of them, coming away feeling encouraged and inspired to find out more about who God was and what difference it would make to my life. I wanted to learn more about what being a leader involved so that I could try to encourage other children the way I had been.

@SU Magazine | July 2016

In our latest edition of @SU we look at how to have the best SUmmer ever! Try out our recipe for making the most of the summer months: ADD a little sparkle VOLUNTEER to share God’s love TAKE the family...