The Scotland Hub
The Scotland Hub was launched in late 2018 as part of the regional development of SCM. Covering all of Scotland the hub exists to work with students, chaplains and churches to create and maintain radical, inclusive, and vibrant communities, like the one that Taylor was part of:
Caitlin Wakefield is SCM’s Regional Development Worker for Scotland, and she is based in Glasgow. Caitlin supports students across Scotland by providing resources, training and support. Caitlin is mentoring students to enable them to set up more SCM communities in universities across the region where they can explore their faith, work for social justice, and celebrate diversity.
Caitlin is actively seeking meetings with students, chaplains, churches and youth workers to discuss how SCM can support you. Get in touch by email to arrange a chat: firstname.lastname@example.org
Caitlin has been spending time with students in Glasgow and Edinburgh encouraging them in building the movement in their own cities.
As well as socialising and finding time for worship, student's have also been engaged in Interfaith work.
Support the Hub
Through SCM, students in Scotland have found a passion for faith, leadership and energising the struggle for justice and peace around the world. Your support could create even greater change – shaking up the church to become radically loving and inclusive communities and forming new visionary student leaders with a passion to serve those in need. Here is how SCM has helped students like Liz:
We would like to thank the following partners for their support in making the work of the hub possible:
- Action of Churches Together in Scotland
- Pollock Memorial Missionary Trust
- St Columba's by the Castle Church
- Augustine United Church
- Broughton St Mary's Parish Church
- Wellington Church
- Baird Trust
- Project Bonhoeffer