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UK Registered Charity 1117093
Company Number 5947088
Welcome
Verité Sport exists to promote a Christian presence in sport, to take the teachings of the Bible and to apply them to sport. While Verité Sport is a new missionary organization, its Executive Director, Stuart Weir, has been involved in Sports ministry for over 25 years.

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ANNUAL ACCOUNTS
The annual report and accounts for 2019 are available. Photo: World Athletics
New book
An excellent new book on sport and Christianity has been published.
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New Book Reviews
Last updated 34 days ago
Sport and Christianity Practices for the Twenty-First Century Matt Hoven, Andrew Parker, Nick J Watson, Ed., London T&T Clark, 2019 ISBN 9780567678621 read more >
KBC Vlog
Last updated 175 days ago
Part of the Kidlington Baptist Church's response to lockdown has been a weekly Vlog, including one by Stuart. Click to watch read more >
A decade in pictures
Last updated 283 days ago
When my 16 years at Christians in Sport came to an abrupt end, I had no idea where life would take me. By 2009 I had set up Verite Sport and was beginning to set goals and direction. The first decade of the third millennium AD has proved to be the read more >
FA Kit 2019
Last updated 286 days ago
A partnership between Verite Sport and the Football Association has resulted in quantities of the FA’s surplus kit being made available to sports relief projects around the world. Stuart has enjoyed good relations with the FA since 2002. One of the read more >
Athletics Awards 2019
Last updated 311 days ago
Stuart attended two athletics awards lunches in November, the Sports Journalists’ Association (SJA) and the British Athletics Writers’ Association (BAWA). The SJA event is a large one with 350 people present. BAWA is more intimate. read more >