Reaching out to international students isn’t just about experiencing a different culture and adding to ours, but can create a sense of home that reflects the amazing diversity of God’s kingdom. By Ben Hodozsó
From running a food recycling scheme to exploring the context of Jesus' parables, this past term has been a lively one for many SCM groups. We catch up with different groups for all the latest news. This post has been adapted from the upcoming issues of Movement magazine, the Arts Issue no. 153.
Strength, unity and an open welcome – Revd Jennie Hurd from the Methodist church in Wales looks at why the sacrament is so special to her. This is part of our series looking at the celebration of Communion in different denominations.
SCM's Faith in Action Worker Ruth Wilde, talks about a form of the Eucharist she has recently encountered - the Peace Meal - and what it means to her. This is part of our series looking at the celebration of Communion in different denominations.
What does evangelism look like in the modern, messy world we live in? Adam Spiers, President of Exeter MethAng, says evangelism is more about discipleship – and argues we all need to rethink how we go about it.
We speak with Lizy Newswanger, student outreach worker at Wellington church in Glasgow about supporting and working with international students, and why it's important welcoming all students into church life. This is part one of our interview with Lizy.