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Experiencing who God says I am

My name is Natasha Prince and I am an SU fieldworker. This month’s success story would be the girls’ camp that we did recently. It was a great success. Our theme for the camp was “Princess Diaries”. The aim of the camp was to remind t

Child Protection: A team effort

SU believes that Child Protection is as urgent and important as it’s ever been – and is paying renewed efforts to this key aspect. While it is a great privilege and joy to be involved in ministry with children and teenagers, it is also a massive

Algoa SUmmer Camp 2015 | SU Algoa

Scripture Union Gauteng North ran four camps; three for teens and one for kids with a total of 113 young people and Summer Special camp is for kids from grades 4-7. Our theme for this year was Unfrozen (friendships). We explored friendships between R

Mission Unstoppable | SU Algoa

“Mission unstoppable” was the theme of our holiday club this June/July holidays, and yes, it was a very exciting season watching kids connect with their creator and engage in a journey which is unstoppable! God has always used kids to pas

Summer Camps 2013 / 2014 | SU Algoa

Summer Camps 2014 was such a blast! What took months of preparation and endless meetings of planning paid off. The Summer Camps Planning Team was bittersweet at the end of these camps, bitter because everyone was exhausted from the planning and sweet

Youth Leaders Training | SU Algoa

Each year we organise and run training programs at our office for youth workers across the city. This year, our first happened in the first week of Feb 2014. We had a total of 19 youth leaders/pastors from different churches and organisations who wen