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Canonbie | 19th October 2023
 

High profile minister to visit Canonbie

 
 
BI-CENTENARY: Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rev Sally Foster-Fulton will visit Canonbie on Sunday October 29th
 

Anthony Lane tells of perfect ending to Church’s bi-centenary events

A special visitor will be coming to Canonbie on Sunday 29th October.

Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 2023-24 will preach on invitation from the congregation to mark the 200th birthday of the church building in Canonbie.

Mrs Foster-Fulton is taking a year’s sabbatical from her role as head of Christian Aid in Scotland to serve as the Kirk’s ambassador at home and abroad. She was formally appointed Moderator in May 2023 at the General Assembly in Edinburgh,

Before joining Christian Aid in 2016, Mrs Foster-Fulton convened the Church and Society Council and helped advance the Church’s work on human rights, climate justice and support for people struggling to overcome poverty in Scotland as well as overseas. In 2007, she was appointed associate minister at Dunblane Cathedral.

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