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Rev Peter Nimmo
I have been Parish Minister of Old High St Stephen's, Inverness, since 2004. I grew up in Bonhill, Dunbartonshire and graduated from Glasgow University and Princeton Seminary, I then worked as a hospital porter in Germany for two and a half years, during which time I married Katharina. We now have two secondary-school age children. I did my probation at St John's Oxgangs, Edinburgh, which was followed by two years as Associate Minister at Currie, and then six years at High Carntyne in the East End of Glasgow. I was previously a member of the Iona Community Board and the then Parish Development Fund. In 2012 I did a five week study leave trip to investigate faith and politics in the United States, visiting New York, Washington DC and the Midwest, and including a Community Organising course and the General Assembly of the PC(USA) (see http://peterstudyleave.wordpress.com/). I'm fascinated by the intersection of Christianity and public life, and think that the big issues are the environment, peace and poverty (and they are all linked!).