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Articles from the Scotland's Churches Trust blog team.

Be still and know

Be still and know The Revd Norman Drummond BBC National Governor and Chairman of the Broadcasting Council for Scotland The late Very Revd Dr Ronnie Selby Wright, former Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and much loved BBC Radio...

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Entertaining Angels

Entertaining Angels The Celtic tradition of Welcome Dr Ian Bradley Lecturer, Department of Divinity, Aberdeen University 'Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.' (Hebrews 13.2) Thanks to two...

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Scottish Stained Glass

Scottish Stained Glass Crear McCartney, Stained glass artist It is a sad consequence of Humanity's restless search for knowledge and understanding that we leave in the wake of that journey so many broken artefacts of previous similar endeavours. A walk...

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Post-War Churches In Scotland

Post-War Churches In Scotland Breaking The Mould John R Hume An incredible boom in church construction took place between 1840 and 1914, fuelled by denominational fission, amalgamation, rivalry, and most potently by population rise and migration. After the...

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A Thousand Years – A Thousand Churches

A Thousand Years – A Thousand Churches

A Thousand Years - A Thousand Churches: Ten Years of Scotland's Churches Scheme A thousand years of surviving church buildings? Not quite yet. A thousand churches in the handbook? Yes! Ten years of Scotland's Churches Scheme? Yes, yes! In this 21st century...

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NCT logoAs a trusted partner of the National Churches Trust, we have access to a number of additional grants for projects as part of the Partnership Grants Programme. The Programme has provided over £1 million in grant funding towards repairs at churches and chapels over the last five years, and can now support some installation of facilities. Applications should be made directly to us following our usual application procedure.



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