What is a Politics Network Hub?
The UCCF Politics Network exists to train and equip Christian students to live and speak for Jesus in the public square.
There are many ways to get involved, sign-up for our monthly newsletter, check out the resources on the rest of this website, come to Forum and Word Alive where we run seminar series just for you, and get involved in our monthly discipleship group, Civitas.
The pandemic has shown us the importance of local community and strong relationships. With this in mind, we encourage you to set up a local Politics Network group to take this central content further.
The Politics Network Hubs, or local groups, meet regularly to pray, study the Bible and support one another in the political contexts we inhabit. They come in all shapes and sizes from a big group with lots of members who run lots of events, to a tiny gathering of just one or two members of the CU, and everything in-between.
With the launch of Awaiting the King, our new 10-part Bible study series which works through the political narrative at the heart of the Bible, we now have the perfect resource around which to structure your Hub meetings. Check out Study or contact email@example.com to grab yourself a physical copy.
Hubs exist to help resource politically-minded students with CU’s with Biblical foundations, strong relationships, and time to pray. They are not a rival to the CU or Impact Groups, but an additional resource to support Christian students engaged in politics and help them apply the gospel to the public square.
If you’re interested in setting up a Hub, no matter how small, contact the Politics Network Coordinator to get started.