Muckairn Church holds illustrated charity talk
faith by being willing to share and care. They do not actively intervene in any disputes, as that is the police role.
It is an international charity and there are 21 groups in Scotland so far. Ivy Smart gave a vote of thanks.
The next meeting will be the annual candlelight supper in Taynuilt Village Hall on December 1, which is open to everyone. A collection will be taken for the Ascension Trust street pastors. pastors. Men and women up to any age over 18 can apply and can be from any denomination.
The pastors wear uniforms and walk the streets in groups of three, being a presence to care, listen and help vulnerable people if needed. They go out from about 10pm to 4am when there are people (often young) on the streets affected by drugs and/or alcohol. The pastors do not proselytise or hand out tracts, but show their MEMBERS of Muckairn Church Guild met in the church on November 7 joined by several friends. Marlene Stanners was in the chair and Nan Inkster gave a reading.
Christine Alan accompanied the hymns Jesus loves me and The church is wherever God’s people are praising.
Mr Sandy Scrimgeour came from Perth and gave an illustrated talk on the charity the Ascension Trust, which trains street