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Parish News Round Up

                                                                                                                            Thursday August 5 2021

 

Our regular round-up of news received from churches
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After more than 33 years, the Rev John Brewster of East Kilbride: Greenhills retired at the beginning of August.

The church was raised from a Church Extension Charge into Full Status at Christmas 2020, and the Minister has played a key role in the local community, particularly in hospital chaplaincy, international relationsh and as a stage performer.

Covid restrictions meant that a Communion service and family reception will have to wait, but the minister is pictured during his last service.

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Elder John Crichton washes up after a successful recent pop-up shop at Forfar: St Margaret’s which offered laundered school uniforms free of charge (and a cuppa). All Covid regulations relating to the uniform shop were strictly observed.

 

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