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St Andrews Presbytery Diary / Events

The events listed in the menu below are ordered chronologically by date (or the first day of an event if it runs for longer than one day).

St Andrews Presbytery

Ascend Talk - Live

Scottish Story Telling Centre

We are delighted to announce the full line up for the autumn series of Ascend Talks- Live. The talks, which showcase a wide range of topics, are all under 15 minutes and will be filmed for release on a weekly basis on the Ascend Resources section.

Monday 25th September

The Church and Civil Law - Mary Macleod, Solicitor of the Church and Law Agent of the General Assembly
Sectarianism & Peace-building - Rev Dr Leah Robinson, Lecturer in Practical and Pastoral Theology, New College
Conflict Transformation/Reconciliation in a faith context - Rev Ruth Harvey, Place for Hope
Gender Justice - Fiona Buchanan, Local Development Officer
Doing Politics Differently - Chloe Clemmons, Parliamentary Officer

Tuesday 26th September

People on the move - Wendy Young, Christian Aid
The Church of Scotland: catholic, reformed and Presbyterian? - Prof David Fergusson, Professor of Divinity and Principal of New College
Creative and participative approaches to worship and faith exploration - Jo Love, Wild Goose Resource Group
The Bible: literature and preaching - Dr Alison Jack, Senior Lecturer; Assistant Principal of New College
Critical Discipleship - Dr Eric Stoddart, Lecturer, St Mary's College
John Knox: strangely, human - Rev Dr Nikki Macdonald
Leadership - Rev Neil Dougall

Wednesday 27th September

Building Pastoral Care Skills - Gabby Dench, Pastoral Support Manager
Bereavement Support - Rev Tom Gordon
Church Law - Rev Dr George Whyte, Principal Clerk
Pastoral Supervision - Rev Dr Michael Paterson, Institute of Pastoral Supervision & Reflective Practice
Compassion Fatigue - Gabby Dench, Pastoral Support Manager
Theological Reflection and Everyday Life - Prof Heather Walton, University of Glasgow

The events are free to attend and will take place in the auditorium of the Scottish Story Telling Centre, next to John Knoxs house on Edinburghs High Street, just a 10 minute walk from the Waverley station.

Should you wish further information contact Clare Milrinie

 
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