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Landmarks in Scottish Church Music: Prior to Reformation (Part 1)

Douglas Galbraith begins the first of his six part series "Landmarks in Scottish Church Music" by taking us through the time prior to The Reformation.

Robert Burns the Psalmist

David M Smith, a former member of the Church of Scotland Music Panel, draws attention to two unexpected works.

Christmas Carols

It sometimes seems that Christmas carols have been around since the dawn of time. We are relentlessly bombarded by them as we shop, they are on every radio station and on countless adverts on our TV screens.

Christmas Carols - are they Christian?

Nigel Robb looks at the origins and content of a number of well-known carols and asks “Christmas carols are they Christian?”

Companions on our journey

Last month saw one hundred young adults from across the country gather at the National Youth Assembly to discuss various topics including worship.

Music for Advent

Looking for some musical ideas for Advent? Iain and Margaret McLarty offer some suggestions for congregations, choirs, bands and all-age songs.

Come soon, the day

Louis Kinsey offers a new hymn for Remembrance Sunday, a plea and a prayer for an end to war and violence.

Favourite Hymn

As we approach Guild Week, National Convener Kay Keith tells us about her favourite hymn and we share two songs written by General Secretary Iain Whyte.The Guild Logo

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