BUS refocuses social media

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28 Jun, 2020

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From 28 June the focus on our social media will be sharpened up. Each of the platforms we use will have a different emphasis, though there will continue to be overlap on important matters.

Facebook will continue to be the main platform where we post news and prayer requests.

Instagram posts will focus on Younger Generation interests.

Twitter posts will be leadership-related matters.

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On these pages you will find information, advice and support for church leaders. This includes guidance on ministry, mission, training, safeguarding, financial and legal compliance.

Prayer

Prayer is at the heart of our Union. The prayer calendar is a framework to help individuals or congregations pray for all our churches throughout the year.  Every Sunday evening several hundred people from our churches across Scotland join in our National Prayer Livestream.