Our pews are touring Scotland’s iconic locations to host vital conversations about the future of the Church. Invited guests and the public will ‘take a pew’ with a Church Minister to discuss topics such as wellbeing, homelessness, culture and justice. Sign-up and join the conversation.
Watch our latest Take a Pew discussion from Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum.
How can we help people in our communities who find themselves homeless? And how are Church of Scotland Ministers working with parishioners, local authorities and care organisations to improve the lives of homeless people through Christian charity, God’s love and leadership.
In this fascinating Take a Pew discussion, host Rev Neil Glover is joined by The Moderator of the General Assembly, Rev Dr Russell Barr, Rev Tommy MacNeil of Martin’s Memorial Church Stornoway and Deputy Director of Shelter Scotland Alison Watson.
Filmed against the spectacular backdrop of Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, this discussion starts with Neil asking the Moderator about the two priorities of his Moderatorial year; tackling homelessness in Scotland and recruitment into Ministry.
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