Jack Quinn (Workplace Chaplaincy Scotland)
I’m grateful for the Baptist family’s prayerful support at this time because it’s a time of opportunity. I am entering a brand new sphere of chaplaincy service to over 3,000 workers who more than ever need the support of the Christian Church and I am your representative in that role. I am humbled by the challenge and excited by the prospects. This is a time of challenge for the fields are indeed white for harvest, but the next generation of chaplains are difficult to find. Pray for conviction within the Christian Church to serve God in this way. Give thanks for those who have stepped forward as volunteers here in the West and for staff who are anointed by God for this ministry. There is no better place to serve the Master in Chaplaincy.
Dundee Central Baptist Church
e are so grateful to God for the way he is blessing. We give thanks for the growth of the church plants at Carnoustie and Lochee. Pray for us in the challenge of shaping Central ministries for the next phase of mission as we seek to build the paid pastoral team, particularly in the areas on women’s and children’s ministry.
Duncan Street Baptist Church, Edinburgh
We praise God for blessing the preaching of His Word, for spiritual growth in the fellowship and for the launch of our DSBC minis group and the links we’re making into the community. Pray for folks to come to faith, for new believers to then be established, and for the fellowship to go on growing, serving and sharing.
Dunfermline West Baptist Church
We give thanks that Anthony Luxton a student at Scottish Baptist College has taken up the call to pastor us on a part time basis. We pray that we will work together to further the cause of Christ in our community and build on our connection to the local primary school who use our hall for various activities