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Our regular round-up of news received from churches.

 

                                                                                                                                       Thursday October 20 2017

 

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An elder at Blackford Parish Church, Perthshire has been honoured for his 30 years of service. Sandy Marshall was presented with a certificate to mark this years of servce as an elder by the minister at Blackford, the Rev Mairi Perkins.

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A Dunbartonshire Guild has raised funds for Street Pastors with a 'Holiday Table' fundraiser. Members of Duntocher Trinity Guild contributed a small gift brought back from their holidays which were then sold on in the sale with the procees going to Street Pastors, one of the six partner projects projects supported by the Church of Scotland Guild nationally.

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Members of Kilsyth Burns & Old, North Lanarkshire, celebrated the 200th year of worship in their building on September 18.

A thanksgiving service was conducted by Interim Moderator the Rev Gordon MacRae and the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Rt Rev Dr Russell Barr.

The special service was attended by past and present members, uniformed organisations, and representatives from Glasgow Presbytery and North Lanarkshire Council.

In the evening a ‘Songs of Praise’ service was led by Croy Silver Band and organist Maureen Divers.

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