Under the Rainbow is a ministry of Rutherford House. It is a Christian resource for the loss of a baby, adoption or fostering. Listen to Rev Peter White who has recorded an audio talking about how to listen well to someone who has lost a baby.
Rutherford House are supporting this event, which has been organised by one of our Trustees, Robert Calvert. It begins today at Steeple Church, Dundee. If you are at the consultation, remember to visit the RH stand!
Don’t forget to register online before the end of May to take advantage of our Early Bird booking!
Our Daily Bible readings for May are now available.
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Beginning on the evening of the 8th of February Carrubbers Christian Centre will be hosting the first Rutherford House event on Urban Ministry – City Stories.
Rev Robert Calvert and Rev Malcolm McGregor will be discussing the changing nature of ministry in our towns and cities and looking at this mission field from a Biblical perspective.
The event runs over 4 Monday evenings in February and costs £12. Everyone who registers for the 4 weeks will receive a book and an invitation to an international meeting on Urban Ministry in Dundee in May 2016.
On Wednesday 2nd March Glasgow Robroyston Church are holding two events. A lunchtime meeting will be an opportunity for Church leaders to discover more about Home For Good and how it can make a difference in their area. In the evening we are holding a Vision evening, open to all who are interested in Home For Good or adoption and fostering.
For more information on all of these events, and to book a place for Hope and Hospitality conference, the Church leaders lunches or the Professional Forum, please visit www.homeforgood.org.uk/scotland and click on links for each event.
David is married to Ruth and has a daughter, Phoebe, and another child currently being knit together. He previously worked as a cell biologist at the University of Glasgow, later moving into schools and then working with a training provider for science education professionals. David is a graduate of the Highland Theological College and was appointed as Development Officer on the 2nd of September 2015. He serves as a deacon at Cornton Baptist Church and is an active member of the Scottish Baptist Lay Preachers Association.
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