Our new session clerk and her team.
My name is Nara Nisbet. I moved to South Queensferry with my husband Paul when I was expecting our first child in 1991. We joined Queensferry Parish Church enthused by the vibrant and welcoming atmosphere. We soon became involved in leading a teenage group within the Church and then I co-ordinated the Youth Fellowship. I have an interest in pastoral...
Living Lent 2019 – Blog post two
I’m writing this on Easter Sunday – so my ‘Single Use Plastic Free’ challenge over Lent has just come to an end. How did I do?
I THINK I avoided all plastics when shopping – but this needed careful planning and thought about what I could and couldn’t buy. I continued to take containers for my weekly Tesco shop – and this will become my...
Living Lent 2019
This year, the Church of Scotland is supporting the Living Lent initiative. https://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/news_and_events/news/2019/my_living_lent_rt_rev_susan_brown
– you may have seen this promoted in Queensferry Parish Church at the start of Lent asking you to consider one of 6 challenges during Lent.
As the Eco congregation lead in QPC it really wasn’t a...
The banner on the extreme end of the string on the pulpit side of the
church represents those of us in the congregation who golf together.
QPC is formally represented every year when one or more teams are
entered into the QCCC Golf day to compete for the John Carrie Salfer
where we have enjoyed success on a number of occasions. More commonly
we are to be found sharing fun, fellowship...
In June our minister , Rev. David Cameron celebrated 25 years of Ministry. Having served in his first charge , Maxwell Mearns Castle , west of Glasgow, for 16 years and here for almost 9, this seemed a good time to reflect over his life of Ministry.
- How did you come to be the minister in QPC.?
It began on a golf course overlooking the Kyles of Bute . I was shooting for the green with a 7...
The community group within the church have been busy following our successful achievement of a Bronze award - we are already working towards the Silver award and as part of this we held our ‘Big Green Coffee Morning’ on Saturday 26th May. We were able to team this with hosting the Christian Aid ‘Inherit the Earth’ photo exhibition which was a thought provoking addition to the event and...
Data Protection Policy
The congregation takes the security and privacy of personal information seriously .
TheData Protection Act 2018 (the “2018 Act”) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) regulate the way in which personal information about living individuals is collected, processed, stored or transferred.
This policy explains the provisions that we will adhere...