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September edition of Connect out now!

The September edition of Connect features an article on Step Out 2014 and how it went for our young people, as well as information about an exciting discipleship workshop run by LICC.

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Part-time job opportunities with the Baptist Union of Scotland

The Baptist Union of Scotland is looking to employ two new part-time members of the support staff team. Both posts are temporary covering a potentially long term absence of an existing staff member due to ill health.

The posts are based in our modern office complex in Speirs Wharf, Glasgow and will give the successful applicants a great opportunity to be part of a team supporting 168 life changing communities around Scotland.

We are looking for staff who will complement and enhance our existing team with gifts in property administration or modern communication techniques.

Applications forms can be requested by email from

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 2nd September 2014

Job Descriptions

Job descriptions and further details are available to view via the links below:

Temporary Communications Administrator

Temporary Admin Worker

SBLPA Devotionals - Chariots of Fire

Scotland is, as you know, gearing up for and preparing to welcome the world to the 2014 Commonwealth Games which commence on 23 July
Each day in July, dovetailing in with the Commonwealth Games, members of the Scottish Baptist Lay Preachers' Association will pick up on the athletic theme under the title of 'Chariots of Fire'.  The Bible is full of athletic imagery which likens faith and our discipleship to running in a race. Paul, who was no stranger to Athens, uses such imagery to encourage those to whom he was writing to "run with perseverance the race marked out for them". As Eric Liddell in the Chariots of Fire film itself reminds us, "it's hard - it requires concentration of will, energy of soul". 
Each devotional will be different - some will focus on a particular 'athletic' text, either from one of Paul's letters or elsewhere, others might be crafted on part of the 'Chariots of Fire' film, whereas others might unpack the 'inspiring a generation', 'lasting legacy' or 'running the race' theme. 

Check in each day on our website to read, to be inspired and to be challenged!

July 'Connect' Now Available

July Connect - catch up with Sports Day and other encouraging news!

Sports Day 2014 - another glorious day!

Sports Day 2014 was held at the wonderful facilities at Stirling University Sports campus on Saturday 31st May. The sun was shining on the 400 plus young people from the 21 churches involved in the events.

The campus became a hive of activity as the young people competed in various sports: Athletics (track and field), Football, Badminton, Table Tennis, Netball, Swimming  and Dance Mat. It was a great day of fun, fellowship and faith and was rounded-off with the Awards Ceremony and a powerful gospel message given by Dave Hampton from Christians in Sport.

The Overall Winners Shield was presented to Kirkintilloch this year, with the Ronnie McLure Trophy going to Stirling as the Runners-up. The John Leitch Memorial Trophy for the 4 X 400m relay was received by Kirkintilloch.

A great day was had by all and we are very grateful to all the volunteers who made sure the day ran smoothly. In particular our thanks goes to Christians in Sport for providing the speaker as well as a number of referees and umpires. The young people competed with great sportsmanship and there was a great atmosphere Below is the Top Ten Placing list for Sports Day 2014:

1. Kirkintilloch

2. Stirling

3. Bearsden

4. Dundee Central

5. Pitlochry

6. South Beach

7. Southside

8. Denny

9. Drumchapel

10. Broughty Ferry