James Cathcart leading Daily Worship with… Che Guevara…

James Cathcart leading Daily Worship with… Che Guevara…

We thank Alec Shuttleworth for his engaging reflections and we welcome Sanctuary First’s own James Cathcart. James’s background is in both journalism and theology and he is delighted to combine these at Sanctuary First. He is passionate about poetry, comedy, politics and prayer. Joining James is Che Guevara, this week’s featured diarist in the Writing in the Dust theme.

Join us for The God Question online study evening. Starts Tuesday 22nd August at 7.30pm.

Join us for The God Question online study evening. Starts Tuesday 22nd August at 7.30pm.

Join us for a 6 week online series exploring The God Question. The first event will be on Tuesday 22nd August at 7.30pm. Over the 6 weeks we will be looking at God and the Cosmos, Life and Evolution, and Mind and Consciousness.  

To book up go to www.sanctuaryfirst.org.uk/tgq

Next Sanctuary First Live in Edinburgh for the Festival

Next Sanctuary First Live in Edinburgh for the Festival

The next Sanctuary First Event is at Stockbridge Parish Church 7pm 27 August featuring The Bogle Band and Friends. More details to follow.

TV, Leadership & Peace - new themes up Sept-Nov

TV, Leadership & Peace - new themes up Sept-Nov

Looking for a personal Bible study tool? Preparing services, or small groups? Look ahead at our upcoming themes for September, October and Novemer where we'll be thinking about TV boxsets, turning points in leadership and questioning the impossibility of peace...

New video, ‘Swept Away’ available to watch now

New video, ‘Swept Away’ available to watch now

Swept Away is a visual meditation based on John 8: 3-11. Once, the scribes and the Pharisees tried to catch Jesus out. They wanted to force him to condemn a woman caught in adultery to be stoned to death for her sin. They knew that this maverick’s mission, with its countercultural message of siding with the vulnerable and marginalised, would be compromised if he stood next to the powerful and condoned their harsh punishment. 

You can read more via the Writing in the Dust theme.