Interested in ‘keeping up’ with TISCA?

Wondering about the best way/s to do this?

TISCA has a number of options you can use to keep in touch…

Website

Of course the best and most up to date way is our website www.tisca.org.uk where you can find a huge amount of information including on our events with downloadable booking forms. We also have relevant job posts advertised through us on our jobs page. Many people also use our website for their Bible Study material – found within our Resources section.

Social

Did you know TISCA is on social?

We are on Twitter @tisca_uk but also LinkedIn.

On both Twitter and LinkedIn we post updates, prayers, jobs…

Email

We are always on the end of an email – do send us one at or . Also if you’d like to be included in our email updates, do send us an email and we’d happily add you to our regular mailings.

POST

We love a good ‘snail mail’ and if you would like to write us a letter. Our address is PO Box 17634 Redditch B97 9RW.

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We asked Andrew Lewer, MP, the Chair of the All Parliamentary Group for independent education, and a friend of TISCA, to reflect on how he has seen pressure build on schools and on people of faith today.Deuteronomy, 31:6Be strong and of a good …
The good news of Jesus Christ is acultural and ahistorical (in relevance, not in inception).It has challenged and molded cultures throughout history and all over the world. It continues to do the very same today. Teenagers are culturally bound (i…