Monthly Archives: August 2014

Keeping J. K Rowling right…..
Book Group

News from the Book Group from Shona We had a lovely evening at Christines. The Cuckoo's Calling received a healthy 4 out of 5, although it was noted that J.K. Rowling needed to brush up on her knowledge of prosthetics!! Not many people had read Sisters of Sinai but those that had said it was interesting but a bit heavy! This month we are reading "Custard Tarts and Broken Hearts by Mary Gibson and/or The Sweetness at the bottom of the pie by Alan

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‘Soul Survivor was the best experience of my life’

Following on from Sunday's posts, here's the very moving testimony from Adam Blaikie about his time at this summer's Soul Survivor event in Aberdeenshire. Adam was unable to be at church on Sunday, but he recorded this and we listened it in the course of the service. Adam speaks with grace and humilty about and unexpected, and life-transforming encounter with God, and pays tribute to those, including our Youth Minister Jonathan Fraser who in their

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Church of Scotland to hold ambitious referendum event in September

On Wednesday, 3rd September at 7pm in Crown Church.  The Very Rev John Chalmers, Moderator of the General Assembly, will host 'A Respectful Dialogue' on the topic of Scotland's forthcoming referendum on independence. Finance Secretary John Swinney MSP and the Advocate General for Scotland, Rt Hon Lord Wallace of Tankerness QC, will participate in the dialogue taking place in St George's Tron Church in Glasgow, which will be 'live streamed' over

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