New technology has brought an explosion of information and services to our fingertips. The click of a mouse button and we can book holidays, GP appointments, pay bills, order shopping, check bank accounts and contact friends and family. But what if you are blind or partially sighted? How do you take part in the online world if you struggle to see a screen?
The annual Week of Prayer for the work of the Society, Religion and Technology (SRT) Project takes place in June. So how can you be involved?
Sport plays a big part in many people’s lives. With another exciting summer of sport ahead, are you looking for ways in which your church can make the most of the great opportunities these major sporting events provide to reach people in your community? If so, we have just the thing for you!
A former national convener of the Guild and a minister who has been instrumental in the recent initiative to appoint a farming minister within the Church of Scotland have spoken out to encourage churches and church members to re- connect with farmers in their local areas.
On Open Farm Sunday (5th June) farmers across Britain are encouraged to open their gates to tell their food and farming stories.
SeeMe have an exciting opportunity for our See Me supporters to attend community activism training over 8 days in May/June.
SeeMe are running ACTIVATE in partnership with Glasgow University. It will be delivered by a Glasgow University tutor at the SAMH Offices in Glasgow. It will run over 8 Fridays, 6th May - 24th June 10.30am - 3.30pm. Attendees would need to be able to commit to the full 8 days.
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