church of scotland

meeting people. considering #people in #meetings

Over the last few days, Monday and Tuesday, I have been involved in two similar efforts be two different organisations. Both efforts tried get a similar outcome while using two different processes. The aim of this post is to try and consider both processes and critically engage with them. I am not trying to comment […]

On “How Will Our Children Have Faith?” a resource from @churchscotland

On Saturday I had my first read through of the newest of the Learn series of publications from the Church of Scotland, titled “How Will Our Children Have Faith?”. ‘How Will Our Children Have Faith?’ is a short discussion guide which explores the reasons for working with children and young people. It also works through […]

“We will consider it” Youth ministers in the Church of Scotland. #ga2015

Over the past few days, the Church of Scotland may have decided to do something significant. At General Assembly 2015, (its annual big church meeting), the church decided to consider whether those involved in youth work and youth ministry for the Church of Scotland should be regarded as official ministries of the church. Good. I […]

Church without Walls National Gathering part 2

The Good– meeting up with people i hadn’t seen for ages. It was nice to see so many people– morning worship with John Bell and Archbishop John Sentamu– Catching the end of Johnny Bakers Talk – Grace for a Mosaic Generation– Hearing Alistair McGrath (only slightly disappointed that he was wearing a cord jacket rather […]