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from around the parish and the Church of Scotland

people dancing

Thanks to everyone who came along and made the Strictly Amateur Dancing event on 17th November such a great success, and to Holly Cairns for making it all happen.

Congratulations to our winners and very well done to all of the dancers taking part.

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Time for God

Armadale Parish Church have just completed a Seasons for Stewardship Programme on the theme of “time”.

After hearing from their Stewardship Consultant, Margot Robertson, the Planning Group set aside September for their programme, “Time to Connect”. Throughout September there was:

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Church of Scotland News

The latest news releases from the Church of Scotland
  • The ceilidh comes to church: new hymn book published
    A new book of hymns features traditional melodies from the Highlands and Islands.The hymns are by the Rev Leith Fisher, who died in 2009, previously minister of Wellington Church in Glasgow's West End and a former Assembly committee convener.
  • Moderator encourages young BB leaders to enjoy life and give back
    Rt Rev Susan Brown, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, has praised the young people attending The Boys’ Brigade’s  KGVI youth leadership course on a visit to Carronvale House on Tuesday 16 July.
  • Moderator backs citizenship call for orphan asylum seeker
    The Moderator of the General Assembly has backed a call to grant a 10-year-old asylum seeker permission to live in the UK permanently.
  • Kirk launches Creation Time 2018 resources
    Worship leaders from around the world will be turning to Scotland for prayers, sermon ideas and activities Christians can use during Creation Time—the 5-week period dedicated to celebrating and protecting God’s creation.
  • Young broadcasters from Glasgow embark on Zambian exchange
    Five budding radio presenters and producers from parishes in north-east Glasgow are embarking on a unique learning exchange trip to Zambia.The young broadcasters, who are part of Kirk-backed youth project Bolt FM and aged between 16 and 18, will be hosted by the United Church of Zambia, in the centre of the country.