CAIRing for Scotland - the Churches contribution to Interfaith relations in Scotland is now available for digital downlad.
Sister Elizabeth Smyth writes "For 14 years the Churches in Scotland had a committee specifically dedicated to developing the work of interfaith relations among Christians. It was called CAIRS, the Churches Agency for Interfaith Relations . . . This is a story that tells of the many Christians who have made a significant contribution to the work of interfaith relations in Scotland. It is a memory that should be kept alive, honoured and celebrated."
Spiritual Care in Further Education - A Handbook for Faiths in Further Education
Until recently, chaplaincies were largely a feature of the UK universities. In response to growing interest in the provision of spiritual care in the Further Education sector, and developments leading to a holistic approach to student care, this handbook is offered in order to provide a basis for discussion, and to provide practical guidance to colleges considering setting up a spiritual care or chaplaincy service, reviewing an existing provision or making plans for further development.
The report of the day conference, Nurturing Children in Faith, held in Scottish Churches House is now available for download. The day explored the role of home, school and faith community in the nurture process and recieved contributions from members of the Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh communities.