Current News

Current News

  • Mission 2018 Mission 2018

    Mission takes place from Sunday 19th - Saturday 25th August 2018 with a range of familiar faces and events, plus some new things to get involved in.  Check back regularly for further details. Some things may have changed, but the welcome is as warm as ever and we look...

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  • Welcome Welcome

    Josiah Spiers organised the first Beach Mission in 1867 in Llandudno.He wrote ‘God is Love’ in the sand and invited children to decorate it and listen to a Bible story. From this grew the work of SU. Much has changed since then, but the aim of Mission is still to use the Bible to help people know...

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  • Working as a team Working as a team

    Team members come in all shapes and sizes, from many different places and backgrounds, and represent all ages.  Last year, the youngest member of the team was under 20 and the olderst over 80.  What they have in common is a desire to work together to share Jesus, from their personal experience of...

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  • Having fun together Having fun together

    Mission runs activities for children and young people from the ages of 3-18, plus a range of events for families and adults.  All sessions are open to locals and holidaymakers alike, and are free.  Mission is run by vounteers; many come from the local churches, while others come from further afield to...

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Dates for your diary

18 Aug
20 Aug
Parents and carers are invited to come along at 11.35 to see what we've been doing and join in the fun.
20 Aug
20 Aug
Games, sport and craft for all ages
20/08/2018 14:30 - 16:00
21 Aug
Parents and carers are invited to come along at 11.35 to see what we've been doing and join in the fun.
21 Aug
21 Aug
Games, sport and craft for all ages
21/08/2018 14:30 - 16:00
21 Aug
Family event: Cleudo and BBQ
21/08/2018 18:00 - 19:30

Suitable for all the family.

22 Aug
Parents and carers are invited to come along at 11.35 to see what we've been doing and join in the fun.
22 Aug

Josiah Spiers organised the first Beach Mission in 1867 in Llandudno. He wrote ‘God is Love’ in the sand and invited children to decorate it and listen to a Bible story. From this grew the work of SU. Much has changed since then, but the aim of Mission is still to use the Bible to help people know God better and inspire them to live for Him.

Cromer Beach Mission started in the 1880s and is run by Scripture Union in collaboration with the local churches. Each August, a team of volunteers comes together to share the Good News with local children and young people, and with holidaymakers, some of whom come to Cromer specially for Mission. About half the team are from the Cromer churches and the rest from other churches all over the country. In 2017, the youngest member of the Team was 15 and the oldest was 80+.1867 llandudno