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Church Brexit Resources

Thursday February 6 2019

The Scottish Churches Parliamentary Office has pulled together a collection of Brexit resources produced by churches and faith groups.

The UK officially left the European Union last week, with negotiations and debate moving on to the nature of the future relationship, once the transitional period ends in December.

The organisations represented include the Church of Scotland and the Iona Community. The resources include prayers and Bible studies aimed at helping to heal the divisions opened up by Brexit over the last few years. These include a series of videos produced at a day of theological reflection and prayer around Brexit, held by the Baptist Union of Scotland last year.

There is also practical guidance from the Salvation Army on how to respond to the challenges within local communities, and links to Scottish and UK Government resources offering support and advice to EU citizens in the country, and their employers.

The resources can be found at


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