SINGING THE LORD’S SONG IN A STRANGE LAND

SATURDAY 26TH AUGUST 2017 – DUNBLANE HIGH SCHOOL

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What is God saying to his people in Scotland and beyond as we respond to the challenge of an increasingly secular society?  We can feel like the people of Israel in Psalm 137 when they speak about “Singing the Lord’s song in a strange land”  which is why this has been chosen as the theme for the 2017 denominational event.  In our lifetimes we have seen our society change in many ways.  As Christians, and as part of the Church, we need to consider how we respond to such a society and engage with the people around us.

The United Free Church of Scotland are delighted to announce that the main speaker at this years “Dunblane Event” will be Stuart Weir, National Director of CARE for Scotland (Christian Action, Research and Education) and he will be examining what the Bible has to say on this theme.

On the day

Starting at 10:00am, and running through to 4:15pm, the day provides a packed agenda of workshops following the introductory opening session, and culminating in a closing celebration.

There will be a crèche available, a programme of “Godly Play” for children of primary school age, and a teenage programme focussing on creative mission through circus and clowning skills.

For more detailed information of the Dunblane 2017 event, click on the link here or at the top of the page to download the registration form.

This news article has been adapted from an item originally published in the June 2017 edition of Stedfast, the magazine of the United Free Church of Scotland.