The theme of this year's International Credit Union Day (ICU Day) is "The Authentic Difference"— celebrating what makes credit unions truly unique. ICU Day is celebrated annually on the third Thursday of October and will take place this year on 20 Oct 2016. The Church of Scotland continues to support and promote credit nions and encourages you and your Church to engage with your local credit union.
MAKE YOUR MONEY COUNT- Thursday 3 November 2016
This year, the Church of Scotland is partnering with EthicalFutures, Triodos Bank, Rathbone Greenbank Investments and Shared Interest to host an event that brings together some of the UK's key ethical investment organisations to mark Good Money Week. The event will explore key issues around how we invest our money and give practical ideas to make your money count.
In Scotland, it is a sad fact that suicide is one of the major causes of death among young people, particularly among young men. A young death is always one of the most devastating events for a family or a community, and when that death results from suicide the tragedy is all the harder to bear.
Children's Hearings Scotland (CHS) will be recruiting for over 500 new volunteers to join its community as Children's Panel members. Applications to join the Children’s Panel are open now and until 25 September 2016.
Click here for more information and to apply.
Faith and Though offer a prize of £500 for the best essay on the subject of 'Designer Babies?'
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