Charity No: SC039290
|Senior development worker
Wightman is the Senior
Development Worker of Cathcart
was born in Edinburgh but grew up in a small fishing town
and, later, Glasgow.
She became a Christian when
she was a child.
young person Cara
toured with King's Kids, a ministry of Youth With a Mission
later did a Discipleship
Training School and courses in Principles in
Child and Youth Ministry and Early Childhood Education with YWAM. She
graduated from International
Christian College(ICC) in 2003 with a BA
Youth Work with Applied Theology.
at ICC, she was placed with
Kenmure Parish Church for work experience. She was a youth leader of a
pilot after-school care project called Y Generation. Cara
has been a group leader and
an assistant team leader at Scripture Union
December 2005, Cara was appointed as the
Youth Worker at Cathcart Baptist Church. Her
job changed in December 2007 when she became the Youth Worker for
Ministry Youth Partnership. The job title changed in
2010. Cara is also involved with Scripture Union and the Baptist
Union of Scotland.
is married to Mark who comes from
Leicester. He is a tremendous support to
her. They have a daughter, Esther, who was born in November 2013. Mark
is a care worker in a specialist care home for older people with
children and youth worker
|Murdo McTear is a Student at
(NTC) studying BA (Hons) Theology (youth and community) where he has
been on placement at Claremont Parish Church, taking part in leading SU
groups and the church's youth group.
Murdo became a Christian
as a child and throughout school had a passion for using science and
Christianity together. After leaving school, Murdo went to Strathclyde
University to study Electrical and Electronic Engineering but
felt called to change course and study theology after a year.
Over the years Murdo has been involved in many different events and
groups, including being a part of the Onelife
'School of Leadership' course, and also being part of the
planning team for the SU event 'Encounter'.
is primarily through the three
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