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All the latest updates from the world of ministry

“Always, always be yourself.”
Rev P Jill Clancy

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June 1st, 2018

In the latest of our My Ministry blog series, we meet Rev P Jill Clancy, Coordinating Chaplain HMP Barlinnie and part-time Chaplain HMP Kilmarnock

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“Knock on doors and explore what ministry might mean for you.”
Rev Dan Harper

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May 1st, 2018

In the latest of our My Ministry blog series, we meet Rev Dan Harper, Bridge of Allan Parish Church.

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“Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would be a minister, let alone a farming minister.”
Rev Chris Blackshaw

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March 26th, 2018

In the latest of our My Ministry blog series, we meet Rev Chris Blackshaw, a Farming Minister in the Ayr Presbytery.

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“Listen to your own heart, your own sense of call, and the person God made you to be.”
Rev Dr Janet Foggie

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February 27th, 2018

In the latest of our My Ministry blog series, we meet Rev Dr Janet Foggie, a pioneer minister at the Presbytery of Stirling.

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“Serving as a police officer taught me self-motivation and discipline, both of which have helped me throughout my ministry.”
Jamie Milliken

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January 29th, 2018

In the latest of our My Ministry blog series, we meet Jamie Milliken, a Royal Naval Reservist Chaplain to HMS DALRIADA, based in Glasgow. Image credit: © Royal Navy

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“I get to come to work, do something I love, make great relationships with the young people and their families and share God’s love with those I meet.”
Ashley Johnston

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January 4th, 2018

In the latest of our My Ministry blog series, we meet Ashley Johnston, a children, youth and family worker for the Parishes of Pardovan, Kingscavil and Winchburgh linked with Abercorn

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“What we bring to ministry is ultimately our imperfect selves, redeemed and made whole in Christ.”
Dr John McCulloch

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November 1st, 2017

In the latest of our My Ministry blog series, we meet Dr John McCulloch, who is completing his probationary period of training for ministry and is based in Argyll with the Parishes of Lochgoilhead & Kilmorich linked with Strachur & Strathclachlan.

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“If you sense that Call to Ministry then test it and if it is real then you will not be able to resist it.”
Rev Richard J Begg

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September 1st, 2017

In the latest of our My Ministry blog series, we meet Rev Richard J Begg CF, Regular Chaplain in the Royal Army Chaplains’ Department based on Salisbury Plain.

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“If you feel God is calling you to service at all don’t put it off.”
Mrs Pamela Scott DCS

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July 27th, 2017

In the latest of our My Ministry blog series, we meet Mrs Pamela Scott DCS, a recently ordained Deacon.

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“It is a real privilege to be given the role of coming alongside people, who may be in weakness or distress, and minister something of God’s grace to them at that point in life.”
David Nicolson

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June 30th, 2017

In the latest of our My Ministry blog series, we meet David Nicolson, on a current placement in the Chaplaincy dept at NHS Western Isles Hospital.

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