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A message from the Moderator of the General Assembly

Speaking on the first Sunday that traditional church services have been suspended, the Moderator of the General Assembly said the future for many people is “very challenging” with no immediate prospect of a return “to business as usual”.

From the Church of Scotland website:

Speaking on the first Sunday that traditional church services have been suspended, the Moderator of the General Assembly said the future for many people is “very challenging” with no immediate prospect of a return “to business as usual”.

Mr Sinclair said: “Now is the time to stand up and show that our faith is more than words.

“It is the rock on which we stand and the driving force in our lives.

“We need to practice faith, hope and love and not just recite them as a creed.

“With God’s help we will get through this together and who knows perhaps the divisions in our communities and country that emerged over the last few years can now be healed as we work together.”

Read on his statement on the Church of Scotland website