Advancing the cause for Christ and His Kingdom on campuses today

The Tatlow Society exists to strategically advance the mission expansion work of local, national, and international inter-collegiate campus ministries.

He is an Irishman, with a vision rather like that of his American friend John R. Mott, a vision of a whole world first evangelized and then won for Christ.

Rev. Prof. Theodore Robinson, on the life of Tissington Tatlow

About

THE TATLOW SOCIETY exists to strategically advance the mission expansion work of local, national, and international Inter-Collegiate Campus Ministries.

Its namesake originates from Tissington Tatlow (1876-1957) who became the British Isles Traveling Secretary for the Student Volunteer Missionary Union (1897) at twenty-one. He was later appointed the Secretary of the associated body, the British College Christian Union (1893), and again named the first Secretary of the Student Christian Movement (SCM), a position he held for 23 years. It was said of him, “He is an Irishman, with a vision rather like that of his American friend John R. Mott, a vision of a whole world first evangelized and then won for Christ.” In official roles, he was involved with the university student world for 32 years, unofficially, Tissington Tatlow was called, “the apostle of the student world”.

Our LeADERSHIP

Adam Baron is the Founding Director and at-large Collegiate Minister of The Society. His ministry leadership exists not unlike Tissington Tatlow, as a catalytic spark-plug; organizing, educating, developing, quickening and setting alight, through strategic ministry partnering, the work of advancing the Gospel and making disciples amongst university students. Challenging students (and those who work with them) to live vibrant, flourishing, and full lives of faith on mission. Adam’s work includes:

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