ctl-alt-del/church Lorraine Darlow

Lorraine Darlow is the National Learning and Development Coordinator for the Methodist Church in Scotland and has a wealth of experience which she shares with us in this new episode of the ctl-alt-del/church podcast!

Ctl-alt-del Roddy Hamilton

Roddy Hamilton, as well as being minister of New Kilpatrick Parish Church, is a brilliantly creative human being who gently challenges us to be the worshiping community we are called to be… and for the purpose we are meant to serve…  

Liz Crumlish

Stewart talks to Liz Crumlish, guide on the Path of Renewal and encourager of pioneering with the Church of Scotland, writer of wonderful liturgy, and about to be Deacon in the Scottish Episcopal Church.  

Ctl-alt-del/church – Richard Tiplady

Richard Tiplady is currently Director of Mixed Mode Training with the Scottish Episcopal Institute having worked with Christian education providers and mission organisations for many year. He has a wealth of experience and insight which he shared with Stewart (and his two dogs – sorry about the barking!) in this week’s episode. Listen to the Read More …

Suzi Farrant

The latest episode of the ctl-alt-del/church podcast is now available. I talk to Suzi Farrant, young people and young adult development worker for the Church of Scotland. Suzi brings a wealth of knowledge, some piercing insight and infectious enthusiasm to her passion for seeing children and young people fully included in the life of the Read More …

what are you doing here?

I wonder, what are the things we will see afresh, do differently and reimagine in our enforced move out of our familiar space into our homes and communities? Like many, many others, I’m working at home even more than normal. And also like many others I decided to change the room I work in. I’ve Read More …

hybrid

Sometimes when two things are put together it works.  Other times you just ruin the two things you have joined together.  You either get the best of both or a compromise that doesn’t really work for anyone. Churches across the country, and the world, were forced into new ways of working when we were places Read More …