Tuesday 1st September 2015 at 7.00pm. in St. Andrew’s-Lhanbryd and Urquhart Church Hall
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For your attention:
Induction of Rev
Alistair Gray at Keith:
The Presbytery will meet In hunc effectum at Keith: North Church at 6:30 for 7:00 on Friday 25 September 2015 for the induction of the Reverend Alastair H Gray. Miss Margaret King, Moderator, to induct (Rev. Douglas Stevenson to lead prayer of induction), and the Rev.Geoff McKee to preach.
RENEWAL TRUST –
FRIDAY 4TH SEPTEMBERThe Church Buildings Renewal Trust was established in 1994 to promote the conservation of religious buildings of architectural merit or historic interest and to help congregations to realise the potential of their buildings.This year, the Trust is holding its conference at St Andrew’s Cathedral at 28 King Street, Aberdeen AB24 5AX. The theme for this year’s conference is New Wine in Old Wineskins and the aim is to offer a fresh perspective of the wider use of church buildings by our communities, with guest speakers and workshops. To book please email email@example.com or contact Lindsey Mackenzie, care of Allied Surveyors Scotland, 29 Marywell Street, Aberdeen AB11 6JE enclosing a cheque for £45 made payable to the Church Buildings Renewal Trust.
We have so far received no applications for the post which is for four hours per week at £7.65 per hour. Please advertise this in your churches,
Making a Difference
Thistle Hotel, Millburn
Road, Inverness, IV2
Sunday 9th August,
1.30 - 6pm
Entry Free on
International key note speaker, dialogue and discussion, exhibitions and entertainment, friendship, fellowship and foodReligion is often painted as the ‘cause’ of violence; this event will explore the tools religion offers for peace and reconciliationPlaces are limited so please register before 27th July 2015 by sending your name and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0141 420 6982. Please state dietary and any other additional requirements