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Digital Subscriptions > Life and Work > November 2018 > A Church that speaks of ‘continuity in meaningful worship’

A Church that speaks of ‘continuity in meaningful worship’

John R Hume reflects on the long history of a village church in East Lothian.


GIFFORD is a very attractive village in East Lothian, a part of eastern Scotland sandwiched between the Firth of Forth and the Lammermuir Hills, the eastmost part of the Southern Uplands.

Most of East Lothian is relatively lat, and its soil fairly light. Its climate is dry enough for the successful growing of cereal crops, wheat, barley and oats, a feature it shares with the Merse of Berwickshire and parts of Moray and Easter Ross.

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