The Moderator's diary

January

29 January

The Moderator will visit the University of Glasgow; meeting academic staff and students, as well as preaching and celebrating the Sacrament of Holy Communion in the University Memorial Chapel. She will be accompanied by the Moderator of the National Youth Assembly, Tamsin Dingwall.

30 January

The Moderator will visit the Brigader Section of 2nd Linlithgow Girls' Brigade, and share with them about her year in office.

February

3 February

The Moderator will preach at the Annual Homelessness Service at the Lodging House Mission in Glasgow.

4 February

The Moderator will speak about her faith journey at Linlithgow: St Michael's Guild.

6 February

The Moderator will attend a HeartEdge Introductory Conference at Hamilton: St John's, a day event exploring mission.

7 February

The Moderator will attend a Mission and Discipleship Council meeting and speak on the topic of effecting change.

8 - 10 February

The Moderator will visit the University and Presbytery of Aberdeen. The three day programme will include time with the University Chaplain and the Master and students of Christ’s College, as well as preaching engagements at the Annual Presbytery Service and the University Founder’s Day service.

11 - 17 February

The Moderator will visit the Royal Navy. The seven day programme will focus on learning about the Navy’s work around Scotland, including in Arbroath and Faslane; meeting the people involved and their families.

18 February

The Moderator will host a fork buffet dinner for Chaplains in Ordinary to HM the Queen in Scotland.

19 February

The Moderator will attend an Ecumenical Relations Committee meeting and lead Opening Worship.

23 - 24 February

The Moderator will visit the University of St Andrew’s to commemorate its Founder, Bishop Henry Wardlaw. The two day programme will include time with the Chaplaincy team and student members of the Interfaith Steering Group, as well as a preaching engagement in St Salvator’s Chapel.

26 - 28 February

The Moderator will visit the Scottish Parliament. During her three day programme, Mrs Brown will host a Reception on the theme of Climate Change, meet with the Presiding Officer as well as the leaders of the Scottish political parties, and lead Time for Reflection.

On the evening of 26 February the Moderator will attend a Reception hosted by the Presiding Officer, celebrating 10 years of the education charity ‘Anne Frank Scotland’ challenging prejudice and discrimination throughout the country.