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Letter from Interim Moderator
Rev Phyllis Wilson tel: 01324 832257
I've never been to Australia but that doesn't stop me from admiring its coat of arms. The emblem of the six states are held up on either side by a kangaroo and an emu. They are of course, two of Australia's indigenous creatures; and they have something in common with one another. Because of their shape neither one is good at moving backwards. Is this a symbol that the nation is to be ever moving forward and making progress?
As we look forward to the Scottish Referendum will our vote be a forward-looking one? And even more so in the church, are we forward-looking?
Its easy to look back to the "good old days"; yet, as Christians we are challenged to "look forward in faith" and in the hope that a new Minister will be found for Westpark.
Many of us are looking forward to the visit of Go Mad in July. They are a forward-looking bunch of people with whom it will be our privilege to work. More about this on the Go Mad dedicated pages, just click on news and look for them.
Thank you all for all your faithfulness and work over the session. I hope you enjoy the holiday period; and if you happen to be in Australia, look out for kangaroos and emus!
The Lord bless you!
Your friend, Interim Moderator and Locum