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Parish News Round-up

Thursday January 14 2021

Our regular round-up of news received from churches

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A new CD by The Choir of Paisley Abbey was released in November. ‘A Celtic Prayer’ was recorded in the Abbey on January 17 and 18 2020, and includes music from the Renaissance and the present day. Renfrewshire Council agreed to have the Paisley Town Hall clock chimes silenced during the recording!

The recording is available as a CD or as a download from sites including Amazon and Apple Music, and can be streamed on Spotify.


At the morning service on Sunday December 13, a presentation was made to David Wilson BEM for his 50 years of service as an Elder in the Church of Scotland. Mr Wilson was Ordained as an Elder at Logie Kirk, Fife, and subsequently became an Elder at Leuchars: St Arthernase Parish Church. The Minister at St Athernase, the Rev John C Duncan MBE, has the unique privilege of the Manse being situated in David Wilson Park which was named after Mr Wilson after he became the World Champion Farrier at Calgary, Canada. Mr Wilson has given of his time and talents as a blacksmith and farrier to maintaining the property of the church.


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