The Seamill Missionary Training Centre is located on the beautiful west coast of Scotland, 45 minutes from Glasgow by train. With a two minute walk to the beach and a ten minute walk to the town shops, Seamill is in a perfect location with a spectacular view across the sea to the Isle of Arran. Completed in 1902, the Seamill Centre was originally used as a convalescent home. It was then a teacher training college until God provided it for YWAM Scotland in 1994. Get somebody to tell you THAT story when you come, itís a great one!
Our vision is to equip and release radical world changers to strategically impact Scotland and the nations. Every year people come through our doors from around the world to draw nearer to God and get equipped to go out. Seamill is a vibrant discipling community, with a clear sense of fellowship and family.
Seamill is a ministry of Youth With a Mission Scotland, registered charity SCO13315.
The Local area
We love our town! The Seamill Centre is located in the township of West Kilbride. West Kilbride is Scotland's craft town, with a growing community of artists working right at the heart of our village. Take a stroll down main street and pop into one of the studios to visit artists such as basket makers, jewelers, card makers, wool spinners, glassmakers, and much more! Our very own Bryony now has a studio in the village as well.
Our larger area, North Ayrshire, is an exciting place to live!!! Activities around Seamill include: world class mountain-biking, hiking, world class windsurfing, quadbiking, swimming at the waterfalls, and much more! Ok a few more... golf, fishing, going to the highlands, more castles, coffee at the lounge in Largs, or cycle around the Isle of Cumbrae!
On the weekend take the ferry across to Arran and hike the mountain or visit the castle, or take the train into Glasgow and experience the excitement of Scotland's largest city. Also nearby are the shores of Loch Lomond and the beautiful Argyle peninsula.
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