Search results for Jo Swinney

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Church/Church from the outside

Its vision is clear, but it struggles to communicate that vision: “Our noticeboard and signage was badly damaged during a storm in 2017,” explains the vicar. “Our current display is poor quality, broken and uninviting to visitors and passers-by. We urgently need a noticeboard to ensure those who…

1 November 2019
Jo Swinney

Church/Church comms improvement project

Do you ever walk past a church notice board that makes you want to weep? Have you looked for a local church online and found its website impossible to navigate or non-existent? Have you had an offensively ugly flyer through your door inviting you to a church event and wished such an important…

24 May 2019
Jo Swinney

Discipleship/Book review: Home – The quest to belong

The author is the writer of several books and married to an Anglican clergyman, originally from the US. She has lived in the UK for more than 15 years now, but during her earlier life lived in a lot of different places in five countries and three continents. During her lifetime she has lived in…

4 November 2019
Graham Hedges

Deputy First Minister reaffirms importance of “valuable contribution” of churches across Scotland

John Swinney MSP will address delegates at Scotland’s National Youth and Children’s work conference in Aviemore, to highlight the value of constructive partnership between the Scottish Government and Christian communities The 350 delegates attending the Deep Impact conference in Aviemore will…

18 January 2019

Deep Impact 2019 – the highlights

Amid the dreich, mid-January slush, 350 youth and children’s workers made their way to Aviemore for a weekend of encouragement, teaching, and worship at the annual Deep Impact gathering on from 18 to 20 January. Organised by a coalition of youth agencies and the Evangelical Alliance, Deep Impact is…


Politics/Protecting religious belief and observance in Scottish schools

Last week the SNP MSP for Skye, Lochaber and Badenoch Kate Forbes asked the Scottish Government, “what its position is on protecting young people’s right to religious observance, education and freedom of religious belief in schools?” This question was asked after constituents raised concerns with…

17 May 2018

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