Listen back to our SF Live: Living in the Library

Listen back to our SF Live: Living in the Library

Listen back to our recent radio show SF Live: Living in the Library. Poetry, reflection, prayer, discussion and live music from Those Scottish Campers. The Bible is a book but it is also much older, stranger and wilder than the category ‘book’. It is more of a library than a book - a collection written over thousands of years across a number of different cultures, spanning multiple genres... Join us in the library. It can also be listened to as a podcast.

Gordon Kennedy reads The Bible, Rowling + Dostoyevsky #DailyWorship

Gordon Kennedy reads The Bible, Rowling + Dostoyevsky #DailyWorship

We thank Jan Cross for her Daily Worship week and we welcome Gordon Kennedy, minister of Craiglockhart Parish Church in Edinburgh. He is married to Fiona and dad to John and Andrew and is currently studying for a PhD in Hebrew Bible. Gordon continues our Living in the Library theme - reading the Bible alongside various authors, from JK Rowling to Fyodor Dostoyevsky...

Albert blogs on fresh expressions of church

Albert blogs on fresh expressions of church

Read Albert's latest blog post about re-imagining church, exploring the faithful and fashionable in fresh expressions of church: "Perhaps we need to begin to look for the fresh green shoots that may just be coming through. The seeds we plant in the lives of so many will one day take root. It is this desire to see fruit in our lives and in our churches that surely must drive us forward to prepare the ground for planting and then to continue the sowing."

Thanks for joining us in the Library!

Thanks for joining us in the Library!

Thanks so much to everyone who came along to the hotel or tuned in online to our SF: Live 'Living in the Library' on Sunday the 7th. Thanks to the awesome Those Scottish Campers‚Äč who can effortlessly turn their hand to praise, folk, soul, and country barnstormers at the drop of the hat! Thanks also to the fantastic Amanda MacQuarrie for her moving poetry and co-hosting and to the brilliant Dan Harper for joining our panel and to the folk at Bridge of Allan Parish Church‚Äč who helped host/promote this event.