In the next installment of our discipleship series Emma Temple, SCM's new Faith in Action Lead (and North East Regional Worker), looks at the aim Seeking Justice and how she believes that fits in with the journey of faith.
In a society like today where we are somehow always connected we seem to be at the same time very disconnected. We know about everything that is happening on the world stage but not much about our next-door neighbour. So, what does community look like in these times? And how do we 'do discipleship' in it?
What is discipleship, and how does it fit in with SCM's four main aims?
Rob has returned to the office after two consecutive weekends at the North and South Big Church Days Out. If you missed the first blog about the Big Church Day Out, never fear! Read this to get an idea of what it’s all about.
Ann Barlow was an SCM member while at University. Now retired, she spent many years working in student support. She speaks to us about vocation being where Jesus might need us to be.
There’s not long to go now until SCM will be exhibiting at one of the biggest live music weekends in the Christian Calendar, the Big Church Day Out. Rob, our SCM Connect Project Worker, along with two SCM volunteers, will be heading down South to Wiston House in West Sussex then back up the following week to Capesthorne Hall in Cheshire. We’ll be joining a whole bunch of other organisations in the Bazaar, giving out goody bags and telling everyone about SCM and our work.
Jen Nicholas, our Fundraising and Communications Officer, tells of her recent trip with Rach Collins to the WSCF Europe training on hate speech and media in the Sicilian city of Palermo.
Shanika, an SCM member, shares her experience of vocation and what it has come to mean for her.
A student worker & church leaders' guide to Supporting Stressed Students this exam season.
When asked about the biggest stress at university, SCM Member Robin answered easily; "It was the fear of failing."