Church, Community and Media links
The Church of Scotland
To access the Church of Scotland website use this link: Church of Scotland
To subscribe to 'Life & Work'
'Life & Work' is the monthly Magazine of the Church of Scotland. To subscribe, use this link: Life & Work
To explore a sense of call to Ministry
To explore a sense of call to ministry in the Church of Scotland use this link: Tomorrow's Calling or, if you are aged between 18 and 25 and interested in spending a ‘gap’ year serving in a parish and community on a voluntary basis, have a look at this video:
To access the Presbytery of Dundee website (currently needing updated) use this link: Dundee Presbytery
Auchterhouse is fortunate in having its very own weather station.
For up to the minute weather reports and lots of wether information use this link: Auchterhouse weather
Auchterhouse Community Council
Auchterhouse Community Council's website can be accessed via this link: Auchterhouse Community Council
Monikie Memorial Hall
Monikie Memorial Hall offers a variety of interests and activities for all ages from toddlers upwards. It is an excellent venue for parties, celebrations, receptions and family events. Please visit our website to find out about the facilities and the calendar to find availability using this link: Monikie Memorial Hall
Tealing Village website can be accessed via this link: Tealing Village
Tealing Tots Parent & Toddler Group
This link is to the Tealing Tots Facebook page: Tealing Tots
Science & Faith
'Look well on these skies'
Subtitled 'Amazed by Science, illuminated by Religion - Exploring the debate on Science and Religion', 'Look well on these skies' is a short booklet produced in March 20016 by Mayfield Salisbury Church in Edinburgh in response to the 'Scientists in Congregations - Scotland' initiative supported by the Templeton Foundation.
Highly recommended for anyone interested in the interface between science and faith, a copy can be downloaded using this link: 'Look well on these skies'.
Rev Professor David Fergusson
The following video is of a sermon preached by Rev Professor David Fergusson FBA FRSE, Principal of New College, and University of Edinburgh Gifford Lecturer, in Mayfield Salisbury Church on Sunday 6th March, the day the booklet 'Look well on these skies' was launched.
Professor John Lennox
Professor John Lennox is a mathematician, philosopher of science and Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford. (See http://www.johnlennox.org/)
Richard Dawkins is an Evolutionary Biologist and was Professor of the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University from 1995 to 2008
Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sachs
"Science takes things apart to see how they work. Religion puts things together to see what they mean."
Refugee Crisis: The Way Forward
A political response is the long-term solution to the devastating conflict in Syria which has led to a massive refugee crisis in the Middle East and in Europe. Christine Allen, Christian Aid's Director of Policy and Public Affairs sets out how we believe the UK and the international community should respond. For more information or to donate to the Refugee Crisis appeal, go to https://donate.christianaid.org.uk/refugees.
Templeton Prize Lecture - Not in God's Name:
Confronting Religious Violence
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks University of St Andrews 9th May 2016
Dundee Presbytery Mission Partner
Rev Kate McDonald
Rev Kate McDonald (formerly Reynolds) is Dundee Presbytery's Mission Partner in Tiberias, a town on the shores of the Sea of Galilee in Israel. Here she speaks about her work as a priest in the Scottish Episcopal Church.
Take a pew - new from the Kirk
The Church of Scotland has launched a series of online video conversations about faith. The first one features the STV broadcaster and author John MacKay.
Take a pew with Ruth Davidson