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Young people make a diference

The Moderator of the Church’s National Youth Assembly tells Thomas Baldwin about the importance of the Year of Young People.


The Rt Rev Dr Derek Browning, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland (left) with Robin Downie (right)

THE Moderator of the Church of Scotland’s National Youth Assembly (NYA) says it is ‘super important’ that the Church gets involved in the Year of Young People.

“It’s a chance for the church to recognise the work young people are doing, and have been doing for years and years,” says Robin Downie. “And to say we should be proud of young people.

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