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Thoughts from our Rector Les Ireland

The Geese are coming………

East Dundartonshire – where we are – is a fabulous place for Geese. The wet meadows towards Kilsyth, and towards Strathblane. The farmlands around the Gadloch. All perfect for wintering Geese, and we get thousands of them. Yesterday I saw … Continue reading

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A glimmer of hope?

We (particularly I!) are very keen to maintain the grounds of our church for the benefit of wildlife, as well as creating within it a sense of “sacred space.” We have all sorts of dreams of what we can do … Continue reading

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A great tribute……

Maya Angelou was a great figure. But maybe this is the greatest tribute anyone has:

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From the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church of the USA…….

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A predecessor….

Often when you are a Priest in a church you never meet those who were priests before you. One of those priests I never met was Keith Trudgill who was at Lenzie as Rector from 1978 – 1986. It was … Continue reading

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New Website

We have a new website, and many thanks to Paul who has done a great job setting it up. The previous one was okay, but was looking a bit dated, and there was a few things we couldn’t get on … Continue reading

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