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Summer Camp 2015 | SU Gauteng South

The year ended with a great two Regional Summer Camps which took place from the 10th-13th of December 2015, Activate for the teens and Super Heroes for the little ones. The camps were an incredible success with a total of 78 children in attendance fr

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

Enriching Experience on a Bike! | SU South Africa

Savouring the intimate moments with the Father on the most uncomfortable seat I have ever sat on (a bicycle seat), my spirit has words and emotions for which my soul is still searching. Having completed the Cape Town Cycle Tour 2016 and looking back

#Activate Summer Camp 2015 | SU Gauteng North

Everyone normally has their summer plans jotted down… AND SO DID WE!! Scripture Union Gauteng South and Gauteng North had a combined teens’ and kids’ camp that was themed #ACTIVATESUMMER2015 and fun in the sun was the objective whilst speak

#oneshoeatatime | SU Pietermaritzburg

Pictured is one of the leaners from an underprivileged community who benefitted from the #oneshoeatatime project. One of the communities we serve through SU Pietermaritzburg was identified with children attending school without school shoes or with s

God at Work in Holiday Clubs | SU Western Cape

Just a few weeks ago, 70 directors and coordinators from 35 holiday clubs gathered for an appreciation dinner at the Western Cape offices. What a night as we listened to testimony after testimony of the Lord’s goodness! Although I am well aware tha

Tot siens Alf Friend | SU South Africa

SU South Africa extends condolences to the family and friends of Alf Friend who passed away recently.

SU Staff Conference 2015 | SU South Africa

Our biennial Staff Conference was held this year in July at Stoney Ridge Campsite. The theme was “Back to School – Enabling for Impact”, with the focus was on how we, as staff, can enable volunteers to really impact young people in

One young life at a time | SU Pietermaritzburg

Only one word can describe my experience at the Transformers Leadership 2015 camp; AWESOME! It was amazing to feel the presence of the Holy Spirit together with people from different cultural backgrounds. An atmosphere of love and togetherness as Bha

My SU Journey | SU Amatola

My SU journey began in 1986 when I attended Igoda Mini Camp as an “illegal” assistant leader, you see I wasn’t a Christian, but really loved children, my good friends Karen & Manda were going on camp and invited me to join them. Little did