Welcome to Scream Without Raising Your Voice. My new blog is at stewartcutler.com and all the content from this site is now there along with new resources and comment.
My name is Stewart Cutler and I work as a Youth & Children’s Work Development Officer for the United Reformed Church in Scotland and I’m interested in all the stuff on the right and much more.
I’ve been working for the church as a youth work trainer and development officer for most of that last 13 years or so, with a brief spell with the NHS as a youth health development officer.
I work with congregations to develop their work with young people, develop new initiatives (like Together @ MCT), train volunteers, a bit of teaching at ICC in Glasgow. I also lead worship at churches around the country just to keep me busy.
Recently I’ve been able to connect my interest in technology and youth work and have been doing work around using web2.0 tools in and around church with young people and adults.
The blog title comes from a U2 song called Running To Stand Still. It’s a song about being trapped and the line captured my imagination years ago and won’t let go. I like the sense of quiet rage, of focused passion. I wonder if I will live up to it! Read on to find out!
Just to be clear, the thoughts and opinions expressed here are mine and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Reformed Church, my employers, or any of the agencies or projects I work with. The posts and photos on my blog are protected by Creative Commons license.
Thanks for dropping by. I hope you will add your thoughts to my ramblings. If you want to get in touch just write in the box and I’ll get it as an email.