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Digital Subscriptions > Life and Work > December 2017 > PARTY FOR ORGAN


More than 200 people attended a birthday party in Kilwinning Old Parish Church – for the church organ.

The pipe organ in the Ayrshire church, which is 120 years old this year, has been given Grade 1 status by the British Institute of Organ Studies, which rates it as “important to national heritage and deserving of careful preservation for the benefit of future generations”.

Organist Jim Walsingham said: “The best present we can give this organ is to ensure it continues to be played, to ensure it continues to be heard and to ensure it continues to bring people together for another 120 years”.

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In this month's issue: - FROM HOLY LAND TO ADVENT CENTERPIECE The journey of a Christmas crib - THE ACCIDENTAL TRAIL BLAZER The Rev Rola Sleiman, the first Christian woman minister ordained in the Middle East - SIGNPOSTS OF FAITH The Rev John Chalmers on change in the Church