Brian McLaren Often cited as one of the most influential Christian leaders in the West, Brian McLaren will be speaking on his upcoming book, ‘The Great Spiritual Migration: Re-imagining a Faith that will Save Us’ at St Columba’s Largs on Wednesday 12th October 2016 at 7:30 pm. He asks what more »
The Reverend Stephen Hazlett will be Instituted as Rector of St Mary’s, Gatehouse-of-Fleet and Greyfriar’s, Kirkcudbright on Thursday 29th September 2016. by the Right Reverend Dr Gregor Duncan, Bishop of Glasgow & Galloway. You are warmly invited to attend either Service of Institution to be held at 10am at Kirkcudbright and then 12 more »
“ENCOUNTERS” 03/12/16 from 10 for 10.30 am – 3pm at Holy Trinity & St Barnabas, Paisley. Led by Maureen Brough and “ADVENT: AN END AND A BEGINNING” at St Ninian’s Castle Douglas. Led by Bishop Gregor Duncan For further info http://www.stjohnsdumfries.org/worship/creative-worship diocesan-advent quiet day 2016 poster Participants are asked to bring their own lunch, more »
Reminder To all Lay Ministers (Lay Readers, Pastoral Assistants, Eucharistic Assistants, Worship Leaders) On Saturday 15th October 2016 we are offering an opportunity to develop your spiritual formation as Lay Ministers. This will be held in Bishop’s Court Paisley* from 10. 30am till 1pm, (registration and coffee from 10am), with the more »
The Scottish Government is soon to publish its draft strategy on the implementation of the Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Act that received Royal Assent last November. I hope that as many church organisations and members will send written responses to this consultation that is soon to be published. For more »
Glasgow Churches Together AGM will be held on Monday 10th October 2016 at 6pm in Glasgow City Chambers, George Square, Glasgow Please display this poster 2016-gct-agm-poster There will also be a lecture “An Ecumenical Journey – Who Knows Where Our Journey Will Take Us?” by: Bob Fyffe (General Secretary, Churches Together in Britain & more »
Irish ‘trauma teddy’ in arms of migrant child, Syrians on Bute, a tasty recipe book for food banks and much more in the latest edition of the biannual Mothers’ Union E News September 16 This edition focuses on: Syrians on Isle of Bute Mothers ‘ Union All-Ireland Our new ‘Flavoursome more »
The Scottish Episcopal Institute is honoured and delighted that the Revd Professor Mike Higton, Professor in the Department of Theology and Religion, Durham University, will offer the first Annual SEI Lecture in New College on Thursday 20th October 2016 at 4pm in the Martin Hall, New College. The lecture will more »
Our congregation covers the North Lanarkshire towns of Coatbridge and Airdrie, with the surrounding villages. Our post industrial community is centrally situated near to the M8 route between Glasgow and Edinburgh with excellent rail links to both cities. We are seeking to appoint a full time Rector initially for a more »
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All are welcome to St Matthew’s Day Eucharist at 6pm on Sunday 18th September at St Matthew’s Possilpark with the usual gorgeous refreshments! St Matthew’s Day poster16
War on Want cordially invites you to Garment Workers Fight Back! How women activists in China are winning the fight against sweatshop exploitation – exposing fashion’s biggest brands. Wednesday 27 July – GLASGOW- 6pm-8pm – Room 1, STUC, 333 Woodlands Road, Glasgow, G3 6NG Join us on this this exciting women more »
The Art of Bill Wylie (1944-2015) 23 August – 25 September 2016 at Glasgow University Chapel G12 8QQ Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm and on 9 September at 18:54 there will be a reception with short lectures on the artworks – all welcome.
Come and join the conversation BRUARDARACH means visionary in the Gaelic This is very first ecumenical pioneer gathering for Scottish pioneers. It is exciting and has a lot of interest already. The aim is to create a network of people who are already using innovative mission in Scotland’s fast changing more »
2016 Walsingham Pilgrimage Friday September 23rd to Monday September 26th A time for rest and refreshment. A time to honour Mary, Mother of God. A time to pray for ourselves, our church and our world The Walsingham theme for 2016 is, ‘Merciful like the Father, Mary the Mother of Mercy.’ more »