Scotland's Churches Trust
Dear Church Member,

I am writing to you to tell you that SCT’s annual event ‘The Marion Fraser Memorial Lecture’ has now been confirmed. Please see the details of this event below.

Venue: Glasgow University Chapel
Date: Oct 25th 6.30pm
Speaker: Sir Kenneth Calman
Chancellor of the University of Glasgow
Sir Kenneth Charles Calman, KCB DL FRCP FRCS FRSE FRCGP HonFAcadMEd is a Scottish doctor who formerly worked as a surgeon, oncologist and cancer researcher and who held the position of Chief Medical Officer of Scotland, and then England.
Title: “What’s the use of Churches”

‘The Marion Fraser’ lecture is a big event on the SCT calendar and we are delighted to invite you to enjoy this occasion with us.

Guests will be allocated a place on a first-come-first-serve basis with priority seating being given to Annual Members of SCT. Please note that you are also invited to bring guests with you. As the contact person for your church you may like to forward this invitation on to the congregation as a whole. We aim to cater for as many as possible.

If you would like to attend please email me on with your name and the names of any guests you wish to bring along.
If you are unable to make the event, please notify us within 24 hours of the event. It is important that we have a grasp on numbers so that we know how many seats are still to be filled and how many heads need to be catered for.

As always, we hope to see you on the night!

Best wishes,

Georgina Treharne-Hulks,

Development Manager


15 North Bank Street,

Edinburgh EH1 2LP.

0131 225 8644

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