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The Big Question

This month’s question is: ‘Does worship in your church change over the summer months?’

The Rev Janice Faris, minister at Innerleithen, Traquair and Walkerburn Parish Church

“Summer provides an opportunity to worship in a place less familiar but to worship together in the different parts of our parish. Instead of having two morning services in two different places we have one and visit Walkerburn, Traquair and Innerleithen in turn. This gives us all a chance to meet properly with one another and it also lets us support one another’s festivals.

“Highlights of the summer are the kirking services for Walkerburn Festival (June 25) and St Ronan’s Games and Cleikum ceremonies (July 9) when we welcome members of the wider community to the church. Some of the festival principals take part in the services and in Innerleithen the Silver Band provides the music

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In this month's issue: 150 Years of Scripture Union and the anniversary celebrations. General Assembly: 10 pages of reports and pictures from the Assembly, Fringe and Heart and Soul. An Offshore Parish: The chaplain to the UK's oil and gas industry.