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For over 50 years in the region of 4,000 children, young people, and families have benefited annually from the ministry of Scripture Union. Read more…
While an autonomous movement we are privileged to also be part of an international organisation with a significant history in evangelisation amongst children and young people, creating lifelong disciples, developing leadership skills for life, and of course encouraging people of all ages to meet God through bible reading and prayer. Read more…
Scripture Union is an organisation comprising individuals from a wide range of Christian backgrounds, both staff and volunteers, but who hold to common understandings and beliefs about faith. Read more…
Founded in 1867 and established in Ireland in 1896 Scripture Union has a long history and trusted ministry that is well placed to meet the spiritual needs of children and youth in 21st century Ireland. Read more…
Our Management Board
The Board (or Council) consists of voluntary non-paid members and exists primarily to safeguard the Vision, Aims and Values, as well as the governance and financial probity of the organisation. Read more…
Our volunteers come from all walks of life, bringing their own unique gifts to support the work of Scripture Union and the Christian Church in Ireland and Internationally. Click here to Volunteer.
Your experience with Scripture Union
Ladies Retreat Coordinator
“Thanks for going the extra mile and making us feel so at home in every way”
RAW SU Camp
“Everything about RAW is just awesome and makes you want to come back“
Mother and Son SU Camp
“We have had an amazing time together and will treasure our memories“
St. Conleths College Dublin 4
“The best memory of us all together was on our retreat at Ovoca Manor this year, sitting around the campfire chatting & eating hotdogs”