Inspires Online: Primus looks ahead after COP26

November 29, 2021

The latest edition of Inspires Online is available, carrying news and features from around the Scottish Episcopal Church.

This month’s edition includes a look back at COP26, including a ‘look forward’ from the Primus who urges that we do not lose momentum over climate change now that the conference is over. There is also news of a Scottish Episcopal church leading the way in Scotland with a green initiative breakthrough.

Inspires Online also includes statements from members of the College of Bishops on the migrant crisis, inclusion, and poverty, three vital issues which continue to dominate the news headlines.

In addition, there is good news about success in the BBC Young Chorister of the Year competition, a popular ‘Come And Sing’ event at one of our cathedrals, seven new honorary canons, the SEI Lecture and lifelong learning series over Advent plus details of several recent national media appearances.

There are also tributes following the passing of Bishop John Taylor, Rev David Shepherd, and a church member in the Diocese of Brechin who has been described as ‘Arbroath’s Dr Doolittle’.

And for further intrigue, what links the Scottish Episcopal Church with the recent acclaimed BBC Scotland documentary, The Hermit of Treig? You will have to read Inspires to find out.

The latest edition is available here.