Church and Society News – September 2011

The September 2011 edition of the Church of Scotland’s Church and Society Council newsletter looks forward to Creation Time, looking his year at our attitudes to food and, especially, what we mean when we pray “Give us this day our daily bread”.
There is also news about Racial Justice Sunday (11 September), a Church and Society Day Conference (17 September), a School Chaplains’ Conference (29 September) and various other events of interest to Christians in Scotland.
Read the newsletter at Church and Society – September 2011

Mission & Discipleship – September 2011

The September 2011 edition of the Church of Scotland’s Mission & Discipleship newsletter is jam-packed full of information about events and resources of interest to church folk throughout Scotland. Among the items featured this month are:
An ecumenical service to mark RACIAL JUSTICE SUNDAY being led by members of Action of Churches Together in Scotland (ACTS) and Minority Ethnic Christians Together in Scotland (MECTIS). This takes place in Glasgow on Sunday 11 September.
As part of September’s DOORS OPEN DAYS there is free (but ticketed) entry into the John Knox House on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile. Saturday 24 September.
There is also further further information on the staging of THE GLASGOW PASSION on 6 October, including a request for volunteers to help the event go smoothly.
You can read the full newsletter from Mission & Discipleship 60 – September 2011
We didn’t publish a separate post for the August edition of the M&D newsletter when it came out but it can now be downloaded from Mission & Discipleship 59 – August 2011