The Church of Scotland Guild is a movement within the Church of Scotland which invites and encourages both women and men to commit their lives to Jesus Christ and enables them to express their faith in Worship, Prayer and Action.
The Guild Motto: “Whose we are and whom we serve”
Broomhill Guild is part of the Church of Scotland Guild and was started in October 1946.
The Guild meets on a fortnightly basis on a Monday afternoon at 2.30pm at Broomhill Church when there are speakers from a variety of groups and societies. There is also one evening meeting in October as well as outings and lunches.
The meetings are planned and led by a group of members. At present the contact person is Doreen Thomson, who can be contacted via the church office. She will willingly answer any questions and give more information.
Broomhill Guild, through The Guild Project Partnership Scheme established in 1997, supports projects from a range chosen by The Projects & Topics Committee, of the Guild at national level. Projects are chosen to inspire and encourage members to support them with prayer and action. They cover Scottish as well as overseas issues. These Projects help members to expand their knowledge of different issues of concern in the world. Since 1997 the Guild in Scotland has raised £3 million.
For 2016 -2018 the Projects are:
- Christian Aid– Caring for Mother Earth in Bolivia
- Feed the Minds – Breaking the Cycle of FGM
- Mission International– Haiti Project
- Ascension Trust – Street Pastors
- Care for the Family, Let's Stick Together
- Prospects, All Friends Together
Guild meetings are open to all and visitors attending will be made most welcome.
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