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Home  >  Features  >  October 2020

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The Coronavirus Diaries: We Must Hold Each Other Close

The Coronavirus Diaries: We Must Hold Each Other Close

The Rev Dr Kenneth Ross provides an update from Malawi, but says it is the situation in Scotland which is upsetting his plans.

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The Coronavirus Diaries: A Fresh Spiritual Connectedness

The Coronavirus Diaries: A Fresh Spiritual Connectedness

The Rev Ikechukwu Anaga reflects on the impact of Covid-19 in Nigeria.

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Youth Column: Faith in Action

Youth Column: Faith in Action

Two young leaders talk about their work with Clydebank Waterfront Parish Church Mini Youth Group.

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The Coronavirus Diaries: 'This is a Time to Witness to God'

Hani Hanna, an Egyptian who has recently arrived at Edinburgh University as a research fellow, offers a reflection on faith at a time of pandemic.

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SRT at 50: Surveillance and Social Justice

SRT at 50: Surveillance and Social Justice

In the continuing series marking the 50th anniversary of the Church of Scotland SRT, Eric Stoddart explores surveillance of daily life.

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The Coronavirus Diaries: The Strength of Our Connectedness

The Rev Patricia Sheerattan-Bisnauth of Guyana Presbyterian Church reflects on the changes brought about by the pandemic.

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Groundhog Days

Groundhog Days

The Rev Irene Munro urges us to remember the vulnerable people and their carers who have been left especially isolated by the pandemic.

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