about stewart

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Wondering ‘Who is Stewart Cutler’?  Well, let me help you out…

I’m a husband, dad, stepdad, son, brother…

I’m also the minister of St Ninian’s Church in Stonehouse, a local ecumenical parish in South Lanarkshire, Scotland.  It’s a partnership between the United Reformed Church and the Church of Scotland..

I was a  Youth and Children’s Work Trainer with over 20 years of experience working with volunteers, students and professionals in the Christian Church and in communities around Scotland.

I serve as the Brigade Chaplain for the Boys’ Brigade UK & RoI.

I studied Sport & Recreation, Community Education, Social Research & Social Policy and Theology, and worked for The Church of Scotland, NHS Lanarkshire and the United Reformed Church. I’m currently studying for a Masters in Contemporary Christian Leadership.

You can also read 5 things I’ve always wanted to do and 6 uninteresting things about me.

3 thoughts on “about stewart”

  1. Hello Stewart,
    I thought i would introduce myself, my name is Caitlin Marno and I am the new Children and Family Outreach worker in Banchory for the east and west church, your name and website was given to me as a man of great knowledge and wisdom about Childrens ministry, I am new to working in this role in the church but really look forward to learning lots and seeing God moving here in Banchory.
    I have read some of you web page already and think ill take time to really learn alot from it!
    thank very much

  2. Hi Caitlin

    Thanks for saying hello and congratulations on the job! You’re working in a great place with some brilliant people. I look forward to hearing about your work and getting to know you.


  3. Lk 22: 24-38
    I enjoyed your reflection and prayer today from the URC devotions, especially the prayer.

    Your prayer
    ‘All the stuff the world tells us is wrong. Winning isn’t everything. Greed isn’t good. The end doesn’t justify the means’.

    This line of your prayer is so right. Greatness is only bestowed on us by God. And we don’t earn respect but through the grace of God. To serve is the key to all God inspires of us.
    Rev Peter Scott URC/COS (retired active minister) Torpoint Cornwall

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