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Starting again

The Very Rev Albert Bogle explains why congregations need to work together in reimagining Church.

IF we are to rediscover the power and effectiveness of Presbyterianism to help us re-imagine the church for the future, it will be that we have rediscovered as congregations what it means to be interdependent on each other.

Presbytery should be the community into which we bring our gifts and resources in order that we support each other in our common cause which is, following Jesus.

In the Church Without Walls report of 2001 there is a sentence that, for me, sums up the importance and relevance of local congregation: “The priority of the Church is the renewing, refocusing, relocating, and planting of the local worshipping congregation for mission across Scotland.”

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