Sat25Mar202310 am to 3.30 pmSt Mark’s Parish Church in Raploch, Stirling
An ecumenical event, hosted by Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees, together with Faith in Community Scotland and the Church of Scotland,Churches and New Scots from across Scotland will be gathering to worship together, share experiences, grow in knowledge, and strengthen ties as people with a shared passion for creating welcoming communities.
You can sign up for the conference, and see additional details on the Eventbrite page:
The past few years have been an exciting, but also busy and exhausting time for churches accompanying refugees and asylum seekers. We want this event to be a blessing, a space where people will feel supported, encouraged, as well as equipped for the future. We hope you can join us, and if you have any questions please get in touch with David.Moodie@churchofscotland.org.uk.
An online course hosted by Wesley House, Cambridge. 4 Wednesdays in May 2023.
Do you wish to create a more peaceful society but do not know where to start? Are you frustrated by the divisions in your church? Are you struggling to find ways to resolve conflicts?
Events in the news, tensions and divisions in the places where we gather, including home, church, schools, and work, threaten our peace every day. The inability of global leaders and the custodians of our institutions to resolve conflicts is frustrating. But is there more we, as citizens and members of the society can do to build peace? Can we be active peace makers in a world of divisions, inequality and political challenges? Can the church actively and justly promote peace-making in fulfilment of the commandment to be peacemakers?
The ‘Becoming an Active Peacemaker’ course equips participants with practical skills and knowledge to confront challenging issues and act to find solutions. This course targets persons seeking to reduce tensions in their institutions, groups, families, and communities.
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