Fun and games in the Arran sunshine
Youngsters from Rutherglen and Cambuslang enjoyed a week away.
Young people and leaders from the Cambuslang and Rutherglen Reachout Trust volunteers were among those attending the KX1 summer camp in Arran.
There, the youngsters were able to share in their faith, and also try lots of new activities, including abseiling and going in a power boat.
They also got to try gorge walking down a river, and at the end, faced a jump, where they were able to jump and take a leap of faith.
As well as the outdoor activities, the group looked at the story of the fishermen, Peter and Andrew.
The reachout trust was formed in 1994 to reach out to local children and young people, to tell them about Jesus and the Christian faith.
They work closely with local schools, and regularly organise events for youngsters.
New friends Dylan from Cathkin Primary (front) walks back from some evening games Gathering round the campfire Young people at the beach for a bonfire, featuring Aiden Cahill from Hallside Primary, and Liam Angely and Euan Kennedy from Cathkin High
Beach fun Young people get ready for an evening bonfire on the beach Under cover Young people who built a shelter during their trip away