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CANCELLED – JJ Chalmers: Waking from a Nightmare – to Living the Dream

20th May, 2019
CANCELLED – JJ Chalmers: Waking from a Nightmare – to Living the Dream

WE ARE VERY SORRY BUT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. Unfortunately JJ has to pull out due to surgery. Please join us in wishing JJ, his family and medical team strength and success in the weeks ahead. We hope to …

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October 2018 Magazine

11th October, 2018

Our October magazine is out now! Meet Moira McDonald interim moderator for our vacancy, pastoral care leaders and guest preachers at some of our autumn services. Mary Davidson looks forward to the Christian Aid Art and Book Sale while Alison …

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December 2017 Magazine

6th December, 2017

Our December magazine is out now. Ian Gilmour appeals for a simple gift for all the children of the world; Jimmy Campbell follows in Jesus’ footsteps in the Holy Land and Maggie Morley rediscovers her grandfather’s life as an army …

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November 2017 Magazine

1st November, 2017

Our November magazine is online now! Ian Gilmour shares an imaginative way of reading the Bible; Andrew Carvel reflects on setting Luther’s words to music after 500 years, and Alison Campbell reflects on money from a moral angle. Plus: meet Elina …

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There’s a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in

31st October, 2017

The Very Rev Dr John Chalmers, former Moderator and Principal Clerk of the Church of Scotland, gave the  2017 Donald Gorrie Lecture at St Andrew’s and St George’s West on 31 October 2017. His title was There’s a crack in …

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The 2017 Donald Gorrie Lecture: There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in

8th September, 2017
The 2017 Donald Gorrie Lecture: There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in

This year’s Donald Gorrie Lecture will be given by Very Rev Dr John Chalmers, former Moderator and Principal Clerk of the Church of Scotland. John Chalmers’ lecture and discussion will challenge negative attitudes to disability. Speaking from personal experience, he …

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