Our friends

with a little help from...

We want to introduce you to some of the people and organisations that we partner with to help us deliver some of our SU Holidays, as well as a few other organisations we work closely with. We think their work is brilliant!

  

Magnitude is a five-day annual Christian youth festival for young people aged 11-18. Based in the breathtaking Lendrick Muir near Kinross, it is a week like no other: a space to encounter God, enjoy community and experience nature together.

Our heart is to raise up a generation of young people who are secure in their identity and purpose in God’s bigger story, united in living fearlessly as followers of Jesus and passionate about changing the world for His Kingdom…

To find out more about all that Magnitude do why not visit their website here.

Foolproof Creative Arts are a Scottish based arts outreach charity with a Christian foundation who work with performers, crafters and artists in a variety of settings.  They perform, run workshops, collaborate with other companies and individuals, write resources and offer training to people in schools, churches and community settings.

We love working with Foolproof and have partnered with them for a number of years to deliver our Drama Holidays.  

To find out all about Foolproof and what they are involved in, visit their website here.

 

The Voice Project exists to enable young people to find their voices and be part of a singing community.  They believe that every young person has a God-given voice, which, when found and released, can promote physical, emotional and spiritual well-being, increase a sense of self-confidence and, when joined with others' voices, can provide opportunities for connection and community.

The Voice Project currently serve in South Glasgow providing free singing workshops and choirs in schools.  They also have a Community Youth Choir and an adult Community Choir.

Here at SU Holidays we are excited to partner with The Voice Project to help deliver our two Voice Project Holidays. For more details about what The Voice Project do in Scotland, please visit their website here.

 

Christians in Sport encourage Christians to get stuck into sport and help support them to represent God wherever they play and whatever role, through training events, chaplaincy, resources, groups, training schemes and 1-1 support.

Here at SU Holidays we have partnered with Christians in Sport to help deliver some activities and seminars at some of our holidays and look forward to working with them again in 2020!

One particular event that Christians in Sport run that we would love to tell you about is Sports Plus. Are you serious about sport and play regularly in a club or team? If so then Sports Plus could be for you! Sports Plus is a week of specialist sports coaching and team competitions for young people who are serious about sport and play regularly in a club or team. To find out more about Sports Plus, visit the Christians in Sport website here.

 

SU Holidays have a really close partnership with Compass Christian Centre in Glenshee.  The Centre have been hosting SU Holidays for us at Easter and Summer for a long time and we love going back there each year for the warm hospitality on offer.  The Centre is located in the Cairngorms National Park and there is always loads to do, set in a spectacular mountain playground.

Compass has been offering excellent service to schools, families and groups of all ages for over 40 years.  To find out more about the Centre and its work, visit their website here.

 

SU Holidays partners with the Glencoe Outdoor Centre to provide our Watersports Holiday, Outdoor Adventure Holiday and our Sailing Holiday.

The Centre itself is set amongst the spectacular loch and mountain scenery of Glencoe, an area of outstanding natural beauty, and offers a wide range of adventure activities and RYA accredited training courses both on and off the water.

Established for more than 30 years, the Centre offers comfortable accommodation with a Christian family atmosphere, home cooked meals and a cosy lounge with log fire. 

To find out more about the Centre, visit their website here.