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Life on a food parcel

Thomas Baldwin describes how a deacon and her husband raised funds for a local foodbank.

A Church of Scotland deacon and her husband lived on the contents of a food parcel for nearly a week to raise money and awareness for their nearby foodbank.

Craig and Angela Brydson

Angela Brydson DCS serves the rural area of Lochmaben, Lockerbie and Moffat in the south-west Presbytery of Annandale and Eskdale.

She has supported the independent Dumfries foodbank First Base for several years, and now represents the Church on its management committee.

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About Life and Work

The month of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland will be almost upon us as this issue reaches our readers. Reports will be debated and pronouncements made on a wide range of issues. One thing will be evident: the wind of change will begin to blow over the shape of the Church. After a series of roadshows over the length and breadth of the land from London to Lerwick the feedback on the future of the Church is being carefully analysed and considered.