Movement is SCM’s long running termly magazine, aimed at Christian students who are interested in thinking critically, debating and sharing their ideas and enthusiasm about what it means to be a Christian living out their faith in society.
It’s edited by students and recent graduates, and many of the contributors are also students. It was re-launched in 2011 with a new look and feel, aiming to combine the theological content of the previous version of Movement, with the student-led content of the newsletter, Grassroots. Since then, there have been issues focussing on money and economics, ‘new beginnings’, and the idea of loving God ‘With All Your Mind’. Highlights have included an interview with Shane Claiborne, and theological reflections on the Occupy movement.
SCM members recieve a free copy of Movement each term, and you can also pick up a copy at national events and the SCM stall at the Greenbelt festival.
Get involved with Movement
Movement is produced by a student led editorial team which is chaired by the publications portfolio on General Council.The editorial team shape the magazine: we come up with themes, suggest interview subjects and feature topics, and bring the whole thing together. Editorial meetings take place termly in the SCM office, and are a great opportunity to influence what gets in the magazine. If you think you would be interested in coming to one (expenses paid!) then contact the editorial group.