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A little imagination

The Rev Bryan Kerr describes the work of two presbyteries in response to a call last month from the Very Rev Albert Bogle for presbyteries to consider the use of ‘Christian celebrants’.


IF most of us were charged with creating a Christian presence within the communities across Scotland, I suspect few would come up with our present one size fits all, minister dependent model of church. There can be no doubt that communities have experienced many positives due to a minister living and ministering within a parish. On the flip side it has meant that in many congregations the people of God have, at best, struggled to find ways to use their God given talents, and at worst have been able to sit back and never develop those said gifts.

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