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Black Isle Show

Christina, Ann and Chic enjoyed making lots of new friends, and meeting old ones, at the Black Isle Show near Inverness. They all agreed that it was good to have a presence at the show and have many good conversations.

Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland Introduction and Training Day - Wednesday, 22nd August

Could you be involved in this rapidly expanding area of Christian Service?  For those interested, or involved in workplace chaplaincy: Wednesday 22nd August, Palmerston Place Church, 10 Palmerston Place, Edinburgh EH12 5AA Introduction Session -...
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Smile Power

Here is a simple poem, attributed to various authors including Spike Milliagn.  In its simplicity it actually says quite a lot; if you think about it! Smiling is infectious, you catch it like the flu, When someone smiled at me today,&n...
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The Great Get Together - In Memory of Jo Cox, MP

  The Great Get Together - In Memory of Jo Cox, MP, was held in Glasgow on the morning of Saturday, 23rd June.   The invitation came from Anas Sarwar, MSP for Glasgow region who  invited people of all faiths, beliefs and backgrou...
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McCrae's Battalions

On Sunday 1st July 2018, a service will be held in St Cuthbert's Church, Edinburgh to mark the end of the WW1 Centenaries.  Start time is 10.30am for 11.00am.  The attached  poster gives full details of the event and we would enco...
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Display Space at St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral

WPCS has been provided a display space at St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral in Edinburgh for the next 6 weeks.  Andrew Greig (Edinburgh City Centre Chaplain) and Andrew Reddish (volunteer chaplain) got the stand set up on Friday morning. Andrew...
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Jigsaw

We’ve all made a jigsaw at some time in our lives. When I was a kid we used to love making jigsaws on holiday and if staying with others they would join in and it became more of a community event rather than just a family thing! And definitely not on...
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Tap Tap Tapping

Adan Abokor tapped out the book, Anna Karenina, using his finger and wrist to keep his neighbouring cell mates sane. After 7 months in solitary confinement Adan realised he could communicate with his fellow prisoners who were also in solitary confine...
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A Boring Story about Water

Six weeks ago a community in a village in southern India drank fresh water for the first time. On a warm Thursday evening from a newly drilled 500 foot borehole, flowed fresh clean cool water for the first time. You can see the delight! Other parts o...
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On a Cold and Frosty Morning

We’ve all done it, especially at this time of year. You know what I mean: scraping the frost or snow on the windscreen and then being tempted to drive away before you can see properly. Have you ever been tempted to do that? You know what happens next...
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