Author Archives: Paul Williams

Silver Award Winner!

Congratulations to Selkirk Parish Church who is the first congregation to achieve an award under our new scheme. They are the first to achieve a Silver Award!

The assessors commended the congregation for the following:

  • the clarity of your planning and monitoring of your action plan;
  • your eco-policy, which we may use as an example for other congregations to consider;
  • your active involvement in aspects of global living, especially the toilet-twinning;
  • the active involvement of members of your congregation in the ECS local network and national
    gathering;
  • the overall impression of an imaginative and creative church, fully committed to environmental
    issues.

 

From Auchtermuchty to Xanadu A Tattie Talk  by John Marshall

From Auchtermuchty

to Xanadu

A Tattie Talk  by John Marshall

followed by

Tattie Supper

Monday 2nd October 7.30pm

Lauriston Hall

28 Lauriston Street, EH3 9DJ

 

The humble potato has an exotic and fascinating history. We are fortunate to have John Marshall, award-winning expert on the potato (seen recently on Gardener’s World), to deliver one of his entertaining Tattie Talks.

You are invited to join him afterwards for supper. The event is free.

Mission Statement:

St Peter’s is extending the invitation to foster greater care for the environment, encourage stronger interfaith links and together extend the message of justice and peace to the wider community. The evening will be hosted at Lauriston Hall.

This event is free of charge. For those who wish, there will be an opportunity to make a donation to Mary’s Meals to provide a meal a day for the world’s poorest children, of all faiths and none, in a place of education.

Book with Liz Brown brownedin@btinternet.com