Centre for Ministry Studies- University of Aberdeen

Forthcoming events:

In collaboration with the North East Presbyteries: ‘Church in the 21st Century’ Saturday 5h February 2022 10-4pm with Reverend Dr Julie Gittoes, Vicar of St Mary’s and Christ Church (Hendon) Professor Tom Greggs, Marischal Chair of Divinity University of Aberdeen.

Church in the 21C Conference Feb 2022

This Conference will take place on Saturday 5th February 2022


The Aberdeen Academy of Theology- Led by Prof John Behr: ‘Unveiling Scripture’ Saturday 2 October: From the Bible to Scripture: Lifting the Veil; Saturday 6 November: John, Genesis, and Irenaeus: Becoming Human;  Saturday 4 December: Mother and Bride: The Church

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Aberdeen and Shetland Presbytery- Communication Strategy

At the March 2021 meeting of the Presbytery of Aberdeen and Shetland, the Communications Officer presented the Communications Strategy for 2021-2023.

This document has been shared with all Presbyters and with all Congregations and can be found in the link below –

Communications Strategy Aberdeen and Shetland March 2021 – Final

The Presbytery’s Social Media Policy; Emergency Communication Protocol and the Etiquette for Electronic Communication were approved as part of the Communications Strategy.

Click on these links to access them separately:

Aberdeen and Shetland Presbytery Social Media Policy March 21

Aberdeen and Shetland Presbytery Emergency Communication Protocol- media enquiries March 21

Aberdeen and Shetland Presbytery-Etiquette for Electronic Communication March 21

Presbytery News- Your Ezines

Please click on the link to access the Ezine

Presbytery News-November 21

Presbytery News- September 2021

Presbytery News-July 21

Presbytery News- May21

Presbytery News- March 21

This is a bimonthly Ezine (electronic newsletter) compiled by the Communications Officer with contributions from across Presbytery and incorporating as many items of news as possible for each edition. Please distribute it widely amongst your congregation and feel free to pass it onto anyone who might be interested in reading it.

I trust and pray that it will enable individuals to feel more connected to their wider church as we share news of what is happening within church communities.