BUS Launches Canopy Event

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15 Jul, 2020

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Canopy 23-25 October

Canopy is a new online gathering for all Scottish Baptist Churches. Over the weekend we will pray together, listen to God’s word, hear inspirational speakers, tell stories of what God is doing in his church and expect him to speak into our lives and communities.

The programme will begin with a national prayer event on the Friday evening. There will be two plenary sessions on Saturday morning, plus special programmes for children and young people, then a wide range of seminars on Saturday afternoon. Lockdown restrictions permitting, we hope that groups of friends will meet in their homes to watch together and share food and conversation around the events.

Canopy will conclude with an online worship event on the Sunday morning, which local congregations can join in with in full, or include a segment of this in their worship gathering.

More details to follow.

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