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Argyll and Bute Guild members are told of Palestinians’ plight

MEMBERS of the Church of Scotland’s largest organisation, the Guild, lived up to their current motto: Be Bold, Be Strong and Go in Joy as they met in Southend Parish Church.

Women from Guilds across Argyll and Bute assembled for the South Argyll Presbyterial Guild Council summer rally last week on Wednesday evening.

The Guild’s current membership, of about 22,000, makes it the largest organisation in the Church of Scotland but it is about four-fifths smaller than in its heyday when there were more than 100,000 members.

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