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06 Jun
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Church of Scotland/Scottish Episcopal Church meet

The Inter Church Relations Committee of the Scottish Episcopal Church and Ecumenical Relations Committee of the Church of Scotland held their second annual meeting on 12 May in advance of the General Assembly and the General Synod.  It was a ...

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04 Jun
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Queen’s Birthday Celebrations

Following a meeting of the Music and Worship Group the venue for Glasgow the Welcoming City has been moved this year to  Glasgow Cathedral. The Date: Sunday 12th June at 3 pm. Everyone is welcome to pray for the Queen and ...
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04 Jun
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CrossReach Latest News

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04 Jun
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Go For It

Go For It organises an annual programme of learning events, to support funded projects and potential applicants. It would be great if you could take a few minutes to complete the short survey via the link below, to let us ...
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03 Jun
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Ministry in the Growing Kingdom

Ministry in the Growing Kingdom 19-21 September 2016 Palmerston Place Church Edinburgh Rutherford House is pleased to invite you to Kingdom Come 2016; the first in a series of biannual conferences aimed at ministers and others who have a role ...

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27 May
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Focus on refugees – new website

A new website, Focus on Refugees, dedicated to covering the refugee crisis in Europe, has been launched by Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.  It aims to be a one-stop source of information covering news, policy, practical action and resources ...

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27 May
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70th Anniversary of the Ecumenical Institute

In 2016, the World Council of Churches celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Ecumenical Institute, inaugurated in 1948 at the Chateau de Bossey, Switzerland. Since then, thousands of women and men from all over the world have gone to Bossey ...

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29 Mar
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Churches react to murder of Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah

Churches have expressed their shock after Glasgow man Asad Shah was stabbed to death at his shop in Shawlands. Archbishop Philip Tartaglia said: “The murder of Mr Shah has shocked everyone. The outpourings of sympathy following his death are a ...
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