Archives: #transformations

Small Beginnings

Small Beginnings

By Ali Laing, Next Generation Development Coordinator In July 1994 a businessman decided to make a radical change. Whilst safe in a well laid and influential job he began to observe the Dotcom boom. Web-based businesses were springing up literally changing the way...

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Spring 2020 Council Digest

Spring 2020 Council Digest

Held in Perth only three weeks before the UK Coronavirus lockdown, this Council was a very well attended event which facilitated wide ranging discussion over many topics currently before our Union. It was also the first occasion on which our Council was fully...

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Disciples making disciples in Dennistoun

Disciples making disciples in Dennistoun

By Mark Morris, Minister at Dennistoun Bapstist We started as a church replant at the end of 2015 believing that God had not given up on this wee church in the East End of Glasgow. The church was an elderly congregation of 7 members and in need of much support and...

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Small Beginnings at Kelso Baptist Church

Small Beginnings at Kelso Baptist Church

By Rob Jones, Minister at Kelso Baptist Church Lockdown itself has brought about the need to reinvent how to begin with this wonderful wee church of around a dozen believers and a rebirthed mission within the market town of Kelso. Being unable to move from Fife to the...

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Our Mission is Mission

Our Mission is Mission

By Thomas Dean, Minister of Stenhouse Baptist Church One of the advantages of being small is that it should mean that you are more flexible and agile than if you were massive. You stick an oar in the ocean and you can change direction just like that, it shouldn't take...

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Resources

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.