Helena Ripley, an SCM Member and part of SCM Lancaster, reflects on how Gifts of Grace impacted her personally and helped her consider communal forgiveness for generational and collective trauma in relation to her family's experiences in World War II.
Louise Dover, member of SCM and co-leader of SCM Southampton reflects on the recent National Gathering, Gifts of Grace, that took place from the 9th-11th March this year.
This Sunday 18th February is the Universal Day of Prayer for Students, otherwise known as Student Sunday! UDPS is coordinated by the World Student Christian Federation (WSCF), and has been celebrated since 1898, making it one of the oldest ecumenical days of prayer. SCM Member Sian shares why she thinks praying, specifically praying in community, is still an important but often overlooked element of the Christian faith.
1st February 2018 marks Time to Talk Day – an initiative running since 2014, encouraging people to talk more openly about mental wellbeing and mental health issues. Shanika shares why she believes Time to Talk Day is important, and why those of faith need to sit up and take notice of it as much as anyone else.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a minister, father, civil rights leader and theologian. Today marks the celebration of his birthday, so we’ve put together a collection of top quotes from the man himself.
SCM Member, Emily Winter, shares her thoughts, fears and joys from A Light for All.
Liam Purcell from SCM's campaign partner Church Action on Poverty tells us of his hopes and plans for 2018, and what SCM students can do to help end hunger in the UK!
SCM Member David Harvey responds to the recent #MeToo hashtag.
Nellia Mazarura, Zimbabwean student at Northampton University, tells of the frightening experience of leaving her home country to study in the UK, while her loved ones were living in an increasingly dangerous, unstable situation.
SCM member and postgrad student, Adam Spiers, tells us about the recent Joy in Enough 'big workshop' in Sheffield.