Stirling Street Pastors began in 2009 with their motto to care, listen and help.
They are Christians from local churches offering emotional care and physical support
to literally hundreds of people within the city centre each month.
Join them on patrol in Stirling City centre and learn more about this amazing UK network with over 20,000 volunteers!
The Community Orientated and Opportunity Learning Music Project, is a partnership between researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University and practitioners at Lothian based Social Enterprise ‘Heavy Sound CIC’.
The project engages groups of hard-to-reach young people aged 12-18 years old, through specialised Sound Production software using DJ based technology. By participating in the project, young people are able to use contemporary music to confront, explore, and overcome some of the social and emotional difficulties they are experiencing.
In 2017 GSP were contracted by Action in Mind to produce a series of four documentaries portraying the lives of selected 'Age in Mind' participants. This particular film set in Scotland follows Jean during
different stages of her life, describing her pain and anguish whilst suffering severe schizophrenia for over 50 years.
The Church of Scotland’s ‘Year of Young People’ commences January 28th 2018, celebrating church engagement with children and young people at local, presbytery and national levels.
The ethos is to help children and young people to be at the heart of designing, developing and deciding what shape the year takes and how churches get involved.
A series of humorous film clips produced for The Mission and
Discipleship Council. The aim was to help Churches bring the Bible to 'Life’ and
present the 'Word' in ways that are both arresting and memorable.
The children of Port don’t lose sight of what’s right and wrong
during their school day! Between class clown Johhny and mean old teacher Mr
Lazellious they decide to devise a cunning plan to get their own back!
Lizard Creek is a remote one-horse town with old fashioned values
creating inequality for its people. The story unfolds with two local cowboys
finding their finances a ‘little short’ before coming face to face with the wise
old spirit of the north!