You’ll find the Presbytery Offices at 209 High Street, Perth
The vision of the Church of Scotland is to be a church which seeks to inspire the people of Scotland and beyond with the Good News of Jesus Christ through enthusiastic worshipping, witnessing, nurturing and serving communities.
The Society, Religion and Technology Project (SRT for short) was set up by the Church of Scotland in 1970 to examine some of the vital issues in the intersection between science, religion and technology.
Access forms relating to Property
Mrs Sandra Holt Stewardship Consultant Church of Scotland Tel 07807477682 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Including 'Measuring your Carbon Footprint'
The Church Of Scotland Insurance Company Ltd
Grants Scheme for Churches and other useful information
Church attendance in Scotland is at an all-time low. Like much of the West, the historically Christian nation is rapidly secularizing and losing its identity as “Christian.” Yet new data from Barna Group point to vibrant signs of spiritual life and measurable growth among Scots and Scottish churches. What is happening? Transforming Scotland is the first study of its kind: a multi-phase research project designed to create a national profile of a rapidly secularizing country. This report is the culmination of a year long effort to discover the current state of the Christian faith in Scotland and to identify the kinds of ministry approaches that are transforming people, families and communities with the gospel.
If you would like to run a short course on Science and Faith why not consider The God Question DVD and study guide? This is suitable for church and non-church folk where in six half hour episodes world renowned contributions from both sides of the God and Science debate unpack the evidence found in the Cosmos, Life and Evolution, and the hidden depths of the Mind and Consciousness.