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Challenges and joys

In the second of our new column written by younger people, Gemma King looks at growing up in the Church of Scotland.
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BEING a young person in the Church of Scotland today there are both lots of challenges and opportunities.

One of the main challenges for me has been making the transition from being a child/teenager to being an adult. For me this was more challenging than for some of my friends as I did not leave home/church to go to university. While most of my friends who went away to university came back and were seen as adults, I did not have that clear break. It has taken people in my Church longer to come around to seeing me as an adult.

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