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The Rt Rev Colin Sinclair urges readers to make the first step towards change at all levels within the Church of Scotland.

THE theme of this year’s Assembly was “Jesus said, Follow me.”. Woven into each day’s worship, emblazoned on the front of the blue book of reports, and often referenced to by conveners in their speeches, the words were central to the week. However it is one thing to quote them, a different thing to affirm them, and neither are substitutes to acting on them!

Back in 2001 the report of a Special Commission was enthusiastically received. It was popularised and widely circulated under the title “Church Without Walls.” As an aside they suggested that the lengthy and detailed report could be summarised in just two words, “Follow me.”

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