Contemporary Church design is considered, with special reference to three buildings which are illustrated: East Kilbride – South Church; Cumbernauld – St. Mungo's; and Kilmarnock – St. Kentigern's.
Volume 06, Number 01 May 1976
The lack of any real survey of churchgoing in Scotland encouraged a 'mini survey' in part of Edinburgh. This showed double the national average of churchgoing for Britain as a whole. The influence of sex, marital status, age and physical mobility on church-going is analysed.
This short meditation was given at a session of the 1973 International Conference of New Testament Scholars. It is translated by Mrs. K.M. Moir of Edinburgh. It is a plea for humility before the Word of God.
In this short article, reasons are given for using seasonal colours in worship, with special reference to Advent, Christmas with Epiphany, Lent with Passiontide including Good Friday, Easter, Pentecost and 'After Pentecost'. Saints Days are also mentioned.
The Director of the RSCM outlines the work of the School both at its small residential College and in parishes, working wherever possible ecumenically, meeting the needs of the Church Musician, preserving the best of the past and offering a vision for the future.
This is a brief appreciation of some U P 'High Church' ways, of its 'double' Eucharistic Prayer and of the Ordination of Elders.
An Aifrionn, a translation of the 1970 Scottish Episcopal Liturgy into Gaelic
The Church Hymnary, Third Edition
History of the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland: 1893-1970, ed A MacPherson
Liturgy 1975 – Minister's Book and Pew Book, of The Church of The Province of South Africa.
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