Date: Saturday 19 October 2019
Venue: St Matthew's Church & Royal George Hotel, Perth
Cost: Free / £45 (dinner)
Booking closes: 19 September (dinner) / 3 October (service)
The Church of Scotland National Youth Assembly has had a great impact on delegates and the National Church alike. As it draws to a close after 25 years to make way for new events, it is important to take time to thank God for all that NYA has been.
Join us in a service of thanksgiving and/or a celebration dinner and ceilidh.
Dates: 24-26 January 2020 / 7-9 August 2020
Venues: Arbroath / Barcaple
Open to all 18-30 year olds with a connection to the Church of Scotland, and taking the theme of "Follow Me", each event will have a mixture of fellowship, worship, workshops, and conversations all designed to help develop and deepen faith.
Read more for further information and to book your place on one of these weekends.
Community of Faith Conference
for Paid Workers 2020
Date: 18-19 February 2020
Venue: SU Gowanbank Centre, Darvel
With the theme of 'Gender Justice', this is a brilliant opportunity to connect, be resourced and inspired - designed specifically for those who are paid to work with and minister to children and young people in the church.
We are grateful to the Scottish Government for a grant to help with funding.
"Building the Body"
Learning activities for growing churches
Bursting with ideas and inspiration for all who long to see their church community flourish, this book contains 50+ step-by-step road-tested activities for congregations, groups and teams. The introduction explains how to successfully facilitate group activities.
‘This book is a pleasure to read, David writes creatively so that he almost paints the story of fresh expressions in Scotland. It is a celebration of all that God has done breathing new life in His church.’ Rachel Jordan-Wolf
Weekly Worship provides resources based on the Revised Common Lectionary. September's material focuses on Creation Time and the International Day of Peace, and October's material has been provided by writers in Priority Areas congregations.
Resourcing Worship has launched a new website that allows you to listen to and search the breadth of music available in Church Hymnary 4th edition (CH4). Designed to help those involved in creating and planning worship, you will find hidden gems and alternative arrangements to familiar songs that hope to inspire creativity and spark fresh curiosity about how we best use music in worship.
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