Life and Work Magazine

Highlights of October 2021 edition:

The 3 final Guild projects for 2021 add to make up the 6:

1. BEAT Eating disorders.                        

2. Hear My Voice- training women for ministry & service in Brazil.

3. Finding the Light in Every Child - Support for Ugandan children.

4. Chocolate Heaven - sustainable production for south-east Asia.

5. The Vine Trust-partnership in Kazunzu Village of Hope, Tanzania.

6. Home For Good - Find a home for every child in the UK.

Light Night- an alternative to Halloween.

Rev Lorenzo Lebrija, leader of an innovative church laboratory 'Try Tank' he is bringing to Scotland in the spring.

Montrose's 'most distinguished building' the Old Parish Church.

A reader offer from Newgate Motoring Solutions on electric cars.

Regular contributions from the Moderator, John Chalmers and Albert Bogle, plus a round-up of local, national and global church news. 

The Big Question:'Would people be surprised at the variety and depth of work of churches and charities ?'

 

Highlights of September 2021 edition:

Three of the new Guild projects for 2021-24 are detailed. The remaining three will appear next month.

The faith and work of Dundee-based parish nurse Barbara Macfarlane.

A retired consultant psychiatrist tells about the potential impact of the Covid pandemic on mental health.

Regular contributions from the Moderator, John Chalmers and Albert Bogle, plus a round-up of local, national and global church news. 

The Big Question:'How has your health been impacted by Covid-19 ?

The Big Picture has been extended and look out for a piece on Forfar East & Old refurbishment on p. 38.

Highlights of August 2021 edition: 

Embrace change: Moderator Lord Jim Wallace urges congregations to leave the familiar behind and move forward.

Hidden Treasures: Exploring some of Scotland's lesser-known pilgrimage and religious attractions.

Raymond Young, former Chair of the General Trustees, discusses faith, affordable housing and the Church's buildings.

Life & Work Sunday Aug 29 celebrating over 140 years of magazine.

The Big Question: What has been the most inspiring sacred place you have visited?

Regular contributions from John Chalmers and Albert Bogle, plus a round-up of local, national and global church news. 

 

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