How about a ‘virtual fraternal type meeting’? details at Coffee page
Heart and Soul will be happening on Sunday 19th May in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh and celebrates the life of the Church.
Full details at: www.heartandsoul.org.uk
Webcast, presented with interviews, comment and highlights… it’ll just be like watching the telly! www.heartandsoul.org.uk
General Assembly fringe events info is now available…
— Read on www.churchofscotland.org.uk/about_us/general_assembly/fringe_events
General Assembly Page updated
— Read on highlandpresbyteries.org.uk/ga2019
On Thursday 2 May 10.30am at Ardgour Church there will be a GA briefing primarily for Lochaber Commissioners – but all will be welcome.
Learning and resources | The Church of Scotland
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Bags of Help Centenary Grants support projects in… Scotland that provide significant benefit to their wider region. Grants of up to £25,000 are available.
— Read on www.greenspacescotland.org.uk/bags-of-help-centenary-grants
Saturday 30th March
At Laggan Village Hall
Drive to Laggan from Spean Bridge by never turning off the A86. Pass the loch. Pass Wolftrax mountain biking. You will come to Laggan just after you have passed the turn-off (on your right) to Dalwhinnie). As you enter Laggan the church is obvious on your right, but you are not going there. When the church is on your right, the village shop is facing you. You turn left, past the shop, and continue for about 100 yards where there is a small car park with recycling bins on your left. Use that. The hall is another 50 yards up the road, a large building on your left, on the corner of the road down to the houses and the school. The door is just around the corner.
Gathering from 10am for 10.30am start
Find out about grants and funding open to projects that share Historic Environment Scotland’s aims to protect and promote our historic environment. Contact us today for more information.
— Read on www.historicenvironment.scot/grants-and-funding/
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