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Marriage and Family

Scotland Update ‑June 2012

14 June 2012

Please pray about the re-definition of marriage

There are indications that Scottish Government ministers will soon be announcing their decision on re-defining marriage. It is expected that the results of the consultation held last autumn will be announced before the end of June.
Please pray that the Government will decide not to change the definition of marriage.

An interesting debate

‘Is God Necessary for Morality?’ is the theme of a public debate in Edinburgh on Monday, 18th June. Full information here.

Equip Conference – aLive Festival, Inverness

If you live within reach of Inverness, do come to the Equip conference this Saturday, part of the aLive Festival.

CARE for Scotland will be exhibiting and running two seminars. Full information here.<

CARE for Scotland now on Facebook

Be sure to keep up to date by signing in to the CARE for Scotland Facebook page.

Booking for ‘The Commission’ is now open

You can now book to attend the 2012 ‘Commission’ – Scotland’s premier Christian event for men. It’s being held in Glasgow on Saturday, 1st September with main speaker Terry Virgo, founder of the New Frontiers churches.
Full information here.


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