SU Scotland’s vision is to see the children and young people of Scotland exploring the bible and responding to the significance of Jesus.
We work in four streams: Schools, Holidays & Weekends, Missions and Training.
The work of our 2,500 volunteers and around 100 staff is underlined by our values of dependence on God and deepening relationships.
Schools: We run extra-curricular SU Groups which provide safe spaces in school to explore the Bible and make friends, in addition to running curricular activities such as Bible Alive which teaches the overarching narrative of the bible through RME, in a fun, engaging and memorable way.
Holidays & Weekends: Running throughout the year, these are residential experiences for young people are safe, fun, affordable and welcoming. These are places that young people can belong, where they are introduced to the Christian faith and create life long memories and friendships.
Missions: Engaging and supporting local church partnerships to serve their community through community missions and holiday clubs.
Training: Equipping the next generation of leadership to be confident in faith and have both the practical skills and experience in leading on SU Scotland events or serving their home communities.