West meets East

Our rector's son, Nathan Hazlett, reflects on cultural differences and common grounds between young people in China and the UK. Nathan spent seven months in 2013 teaching English in the Hunan Province of the People's Republic of China. Now, in July 2018, he prepares to return to teach young people who will likely define the coming Chinese Century.

An abridged version of this article appeared in the August-September 2018 issue of the magazine.

West meets East by Nathan Hazlett

The History of the Prayer Kneelers

Posted: 1st July 2018

The church has an array of beautifully-crafted prayer kneelers which you can't help noticing when you sit down in a pew. In this article you can read about the genesis and creation of the Millenium kneelers, as they are known, which was one of those spontaneous projects that grew out of a chance remark and involved a group of church people who gradually became friends through their joint project ....

The History of the Millenium Prayer Kneelers

People Like Us

On the eve of Refugee Week on 19-25 June 2017, Roland Parker reflects on the meaning of being a migrant.

Published in the June-July 2017 issue of the LINK magazine.

People Like Us

Why Christian Unity Matters

Gordon Mursell summarises the talk given by the Rev'd Dr John McPake in February 2017 at the 'Church & the Academy' series of lectures held at St Peter's RC church, Dalbeattie. If you would like to find out more about this ecumenical event, please contact Bishop Gordon Mursell, Father William McFadden or the Rev'd Sally Russell.

Published in the April-May 2017 issue of the LINK Magazine.

Why Christian Unity Matters

Book Review: Seeing Things Differently

Gordon Mursell reviews a fascinating book which was recommended to him by a retired doctor in Kirkcudbright.

Autism in History: The Case of Hugh Blair of Borgue by Rob Houston and Uta Frith (Oxford: Blackwell, 2000). Available in the local library.

Published in the December 2016-January 2017 issue of the LINK Magazine

Book review: Seeing things Differently