SCM News

Catch up with all the latest news from SCM


A collection of youth and student groups, including the Student Christian Movement (SCM) and young Quakers, have today called on the British government to scrap plans to replace the Trident Nuclear Programme.


We are thrilled to set up our first ever ‘Student Hub’ in Manchester this September, resourcing and equipping students, groups and churches across the North West of England for the next three years.


SCM has published a new ‘Going to University Guide’ for students preparing for university this year, which is available to order for free today.


SCM is excited to launch SCM Connect, our new online directory where students can search and connect to local churches and student groups at their university.


SCM members and groups have been recognised for another year of fantastic community building! Winners were announced during our summer gathering ‘Stories of Faith’ on 11 June 2016.


Students and SCM members from across Britain came together at our summer gathering to share stories of faith, hope and love during a day event in Birmingham.


A new General Council was elected at SCM's AGM on Saturday 11 June, with new members elected to trustee and portfolio positions.


Do you have an idea for a project that would develop SCM’s work? Is there an issue or campaign that you think SCM should support?

SCM’s AGM is your opportunity to hear about what has been happening behind the scenes at SCM over the past year, and to find out what plans are in place for SCM's work. Members will also have the chance to shape the future of the movement by voting on any proposals to the AGM and by taking part in the General Council elections.


SCM is changing the format and line-up of the forthcoming summer gathering ‘Movement 2016: Stories of Faith’, which will now by a day event in Birmingham on 11 June.


SCM mourns the passing of Fr Daniel Berrigan, a Jesuit priest and peace activist who influenced many in the movement and spoke at SCM’s 1973 conference ‘Seeds of Liberation’.