The University and Colleges Christian Fellowship (UCCF) exists to support the network of Christian Unions around the country to share the good news of Jesus with their universities and colleges. The mission of UCCF is to make disciples in the student world, equipping and training students to live for Jesus for the rest of their lives. They provide training for CU members through events such as Forum, an annual nationwide conference that happens just before the start of the academic year. They also host smaller regional training sessions throughout the year.

 

UCCF staff workers work alongside CUs to support them practically as they seek to give every student an opportunity to hear and respond to the Gospel.

For 2016/2017 the relay worker for King’s is Sam Porteous.

Hello my name is Sam Porteous and I’m going to be the Relay Worker at King’s this coming year. I live in Edinburgh and have just graduated from Strathclyde University in Glasgow with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

My position as a Relay worker will involve a number of different roles, with a couple of main things being meeting up and studying God’s word with members of the CU in one-to-ones, and using my previous CU experiences to get alongside the committee and help with planning.

Throughout the year a part of my time will also be spent studying theology as part of the Relay scheme.

 

                               

 

 

 

At King’s our staff worker is Connie Keep.

My job is to help King's CU get the resources they need, help provide training events and be an extra pair of hands when it's needed! The thing I love most about London is how spontaneous you can be when you live here. There's so much to see and do (loads of it for free!) and it's all right on your doorstep...