Category - student christian movement

  • 26 Nov 2009

    Financial cutbacks by the Church of England could leave two south coast universities as the only universities in England with no Anglican chaplain. The Diocese of Winchester is considering axing the posts in response to a budget deficit.

  • 23 Nov 2009

    Hundreds of student activists from across Britain have spent the weekend in Manchester exploring their response to climate change and corporate power, after a year that has seen a resurgence in student activism at universities around the country.

  • 29 Mar 2009

    Activism was the focus at a service to celebrate 120 years of the Student Christian Movement (SCM) in Manchester Cathedral yesterday. The event brought together supporters from across Britain.

  • 23 Mar 2009

    Increasing numbers of British students are exploring radical and open-minded forms of Christianity, according to the Student Christian Movement which will celebrate its 120th anniversary in Manchester Cathedral this week.

  • 23 Feb 2009

    Christian students want a more open and positive discussion about gender and sexuality within the churches, faith communities and college groups to which they belong.

  • 21 Feb 2009

    Christian students from across the UK have been gathering in the Midlands for a weekend exploring the relevance of their faith to contemporary issues, with a special focus on gender and sexuality.

  • 23 Jul 2008

    Christians from several campaigning groups will come together to run a cafe as part of Climate Camp 2008 outside Kingsnorth Power station in Kent in August, helping to keep it fed and watered.

  • 13 Jun 2008

    Zimbabwe police and security forces have raided the Harare offices of several Christian groups, arresting the general secretary of the Student Christian Movement of Zimbabwe and other officers and staff.

  • 17 Oct 2007

    Ekklesia is a think tank that promotes fresh forms of thought - without relying on tanks. In an interview with SCM, Simon Barrow explains what the deal is with post-Christendom and how to respond to the fuss about religion.

  • 11 Feb 2007

    Students from across the UK will gather together this coming weekend at the Student Christian Movement's annual conference to explore the theme of Reading the Bible - against a backdrop where there is increasing public concern aout the way religious texts are often abused by extreme and fundamentalist movements.