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Advent blog series – Week 1 – Hope in Transition

Advent is the time where we revisit one of the central themes of our Christian faith – Jesus, Emmanuel, God with us; God is always with us, always for us.


Justice in a Paintbrush

“Father of glory, thank You for leading me in the way of justice and righteousness through the perfection of Your Son, Christ Jesus. I earnestly desire the mind of Christ…


Rhythms that Shape & Anchor

The invitation from 24-7 Prayer and from us here at 24-7 Prayer Scotland this Lent is to join us in practicing a daily rhythm of prayer as a generous act…


Prayer Paves the Way

This fun and on-going story of how prayer, mission and justice interweave comes to us from Simon at Sheddocksley Baptist Church in Aberdeen. In 2018 we began a…


Journeying As Community

“Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls”Jeremiah…


Finding and Being Found

Rebecca Swarbrick of Fife shares her reflections on finding and being found while on pilgrimage. So, pilgrimage is all about journeying, right? But what if there was no particular…


A Pilgrimage of the Heart

24-7 Prayer Scotland team member Bec shares with us her recent reflections on Advent and pilgrimage in the midst of daily family life. Pilgrimage can seem like a pretty…


Becoming Pilgrims

Pilgrimage – “the journey of a pilgrim”Pilgrim – “a person who makes a journey, often a long and difficult one…” Pilgrimage may seem like a strange theme for…


How It All Began

Debbie awoke to a strange, dull, thumping sound. She nudged her husband Stevan sleeping peacefully beside her, who grunted then turned over and continued in his blissful state of unconsciousness.



Advent Series – Peace in Transition

I sit in my room, the rain battering off the windows as the snow has just disappeared. Our room is half decorated with Christmas lights, while the rest of the…


2024 Year of Prayer Booking Form

Did you know we are running a Year of Prayer across Scotland in 2024? We’d love you to join us as we seek God’s heart for our nation through prayer.


From the Present to the Eternal

Ancient Christianity, including our own heritage of the Celtic Church, would have traditionally celebrated “the feast of Christmas” for 12 days – from Christmas Day through to Epiphany, this year…


Worshipping with Our Feet

If I’m honest, pilgrimage is not a concept I’m comfortable with. Something about it grates whenever it is mentioned. Even the word makes me feel… itchy. Instinctively, I don’t like…

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