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The Big Question

As we celebrate the Year of Young People, this month’s question is: ‘What are your memories of church as a child?


Melodie Crumlin, CEO PEEK (Possibilities for Each and Every Kid), and member of Glasgow: Gallowgate.

“Growing up in a huge estate in Glasgow during the 1980s wasn’t easy but there was lots going on and for me most of that took place in Castlemilk Parish Church.

“Each Sunday I went along to Sunday school, each Friday night I went to the youth club and on a Thursday I attended Girls’ Brigade.

“My fondest memories about church were the friendships I formed and the day trips when the community came together to spend sunny days in the church grounds or on the beach in Ayr.

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Inside this month EASTER SPECIAL Reflection from the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland FROM HOMELESSNESS TO PRIMUS Focus on the leader of the Scottish Episcopal Church ON THE RAILS The work of the Railway Chaplaincy and Railway Pastors