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Glasgow Celebrates New Worship Leaders

Wednesday March 29 2022

The Presbytery of Glasgow has celebrated a marked increase in the number of people coming forward to enter training to become authorised Worship Leaders.

The new leaders will help to deliver worship services around the Presbytery, against a backdrop of falling numbers of Ministers of Word and Sacrament. They were recognised at the June meeting of the Presbytery.

The Rev Hillary McDougall, Moderator of the Presbytery of Glasgow, said: “I am convinced this is a movement of the Spirit. We see, in our Worship Leaders, God finding new ways of reaching His people with his enduring Word. We see the people of God rising up to claim their gifting and to use it in His name. We have much to rejoice about and to give us hope.”

The Presbytery has trained its worship leaders in partnership with Trinity College, University of Glasgow and also through its own Word and Worship course, devised and facilitated by auxiliary minister the Rev Linda Walker.

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