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Kirkin' o' the Tartans - September 30, 2012

 
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Added: 2012-09-30
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On August 17, 1560, reformer John Knox and five of his colleagues presented the first Reformed Confession of Faith written in the English language to the Parliament of Scotland. “The Scots Confession,” as it is now known, united all of Scotland in its politics and in the church. From that day on, the nation was united under a Protestant Flag, emblazoned with the Cross of St. Andrew. It was the birth of the Church of Scotland, and Presbyterianism became a new denomination of Christians. Today, Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church celebrates its heritage in descent from the Church of Scotland. It is from an unadorned Calvinist faith of Word and Sacrament, preached passionately in Scotland by the great reformer John Knox during the sixteenth century that St. Luke’s continues to draw its life and mission. With voices singing, drums beating and bagpipes playing, let us celebrate our Scottish heritage in this service for the worship of God.