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Waiting in Hope: A Look Back at the National Gathering

Two weeks ago (and three months later than originally scheduled), 25 students and SCM staff arrived in Ledbury to reflect on the theme of Waiting in Hope through talks, worship and Lego.

From the moment of my arrival, it was clear we would be having a good time together. Many of the attendees had already arrived, and were playing games outside. This spirit of fun and community continued throughout the weekend, with people playing sports and chatting outside between sessions and in the evenings.

Optimism and Hope

Lou reflects on the subtle difference between optimism and hope after our 2021 National Gathering. 

Hope in the Midst of Illness

Debbie kicks off our Stories of Hope blog series reflecting on having hope in the midst of serious illness.

CW: illness, cancer, death

SCM Britain's Statement on the Situation in Palestine

SCM Britain celebrates the news of a ceasefire between Israel and Palestine, but we recognise that this is the first step and not the last. We stand in solidarity with the people of Palestine and call upon SCM members and the wider Church to continue to learn about what’s happening, raise awareness in our communities, amplify Palestinian voices, and take action.

A New Partnership: Iona Community and SCM

SCM members Jack and Annie have recently embarked on a new adventure volunteerings with the Iona Community. As a result, SCM has entered into a partnership with the Iona Community, who share our values of justice, peace, spirituality, inclusion and community. 

Why You Should Stand for General Council

Some of our current GC members shared with us how GC has allowed them to give back to the movement and gain valuable experience from volunteering with SCM, and why you should consider it too!

Stand for election to General Council 2021

Are you passionate about the work of SCM? Do you want an opportunity to develop your skills? Stand for election to General Council!


In Favour of 'Global Majority'

Augustine puts forward a case for scrapping the term BAME and instead adopting People of Global Majority. 

There is evil, there is good, our actions matter, there will be justice

What have you learned from 2020? Kate reflects on the truth that Apocalyptic times reveal to us that there is evil, there is good, our actions matter, and that there will be justice.

Our Daily Bread

Liddy reflects on our recent campaign launch event for Our Daily Bread.