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Trust Pledges To Help Places of Worship

                                                                                                                                                 July 29 2021

 

The Chairman of the charity Scotland’s Churches Trust has pledged to help Scotland’s churches as they reopen their doors again as restrictions ease in the Covid-19 pandemic.

Colonel Jamie Erskine MBE, writing in a newsletter which will replace the charity’s annual report, states: “It has been a torrid last twelve months for everyone and I think the resilience that has been shown has been remarkable.”

He adds: “As the country re-opens and restrictions are lifted, so the need to sustain and support Places of Worship comes more sharply into focus, not least because over the lockdown they were often not given the attention they needed.”

Pledging the support of SCT, he added: “We, in Scotland’s Churches Trust, have our part to play and are anxious to do so.”

The charity sustains and supports places of worship in Scotland and operates a grant giving scheme and also offers practical advice.

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