“Why am I here?”
“An American in the court of King Arthur”
“A sideways look at the Church!”
“Eudukayshun, edukayshun, edukayshun”
“Table Talk Two”
“My life in music”
“The Reluctant Minister”
“The Longest Day”
GRAEME GLOVER: Son of the Manse, who saw his life turned in a very unexpected direction, and now works with us here at Belhaven and Spott…who is he…and what does he believe?
David Ratheil: Pursuing his post-graduate studies at St. Andrews, he comes to Scotland and looks at the people and the church with different eyes. How has he found us…how has he found the Church?
Reverend Mark Nicholas: A man with a mission and a unique style of ministry. How has that vision caught on in Gorebridge and how has the church at large coped? We need to know!
Lindy Lynn: A teacher for three decades, she has seen enormous change and upheaval in education policies and practice. How good are our schools these days, and how good do our teachers have to be to cope with the changed environment?
Ian Robertson: Station manager of East Coast FM, he has been involved in the music business, the highs and the lows, all his working life. What has it been like and where is it going? The pitfalls and the possibilities- and the toll it takes.:
David Torrance: from China to North Berwick, his life has taken many turns, and he has an amazing story to tell of faith and challenge across ninety years of life and ministry
BELHAVEN AND SPOTT CHURCHES
THE MEN’S GROUP PROGRAMME
in the Stables at 8-00 p.m.