Lockdown reading : STEDFAST latest edition available now

The magazine of the United Free Church of Scotland

The June/July 2020 edition of Stedfast is available here from Wilson Memorial Church.

Inside this issue:

Change of plan

Hear from our Moderator as he talks candidly about how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted the United Free Church, and how we have responded and developed rapidly to emerge stronger for the future.

Climate change 1Climate Change

The global climate change conference was planned to take place in Glasgow, in November, but has been postponed to next year as a result of COVID-19.

But, how should Christians, and the Church in general approach climate change?  find out in this article based on a report of the Church and Society Committee.

“The earth is the Lord’s  & everything in it, the world and all who live in it; for he founded it on the seas and established it on the waters”

The New City Catechism

New City CatechismRev Nathan Owens writes about this useful resource aimed at helping children and adults learn the core doctrines of Christian faith, via traditional booklets and a mobile phone app.

Dealing with Dementia

Dementia Churches

There ae an estimated 90,000 people suffering from dementia in Scotland, with around 87,000 of these aged 65 and over.    This article discusses how churches can adapt to cope with the specific needs of individuals with dementia, and improve the overall experience for all members.  “If you get it right for those with dementia, you get it right for everyone.”

These are just a selection of articles that can be found in our denominations latest magazine.

Glossy colour print editions are available now from Wilson Memorial Church,  however during the current period of Lockdown and self isolation, we are making this latest edition of Stedfast available to read online. Click this link to read Stedfast