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  Scots Kirk - Church of Scotland
The Scots Kirk Lausanne is a congregation of the Church of Scotland.
The Church of Scotland 'receives the Word of God which is contained in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments to be the supreme rule of faith and life.' (Clause 1 of its Articles Declaratory).
While the Church of Scotland is not hierarchical, neither is it a democracy as is sometimes claimed, because those who bear rule are not normally appointed by popular vote.
www.scotskirklausanne.ch /kirk.php?orMipNdNb=2474   (722 words)

  
  Kirk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Kirk of Scotland was in official use as the name of the Church of Scotland until the 17th century, and still today the term is frequently used in the press and everyday speech, though seldom in the Church's own literature.
However, Kirk Session is still the standard term in church law for the court of elders in the local parish, both in the Church of Scotland and in any of the other Scottish Presbyterian denominations.
High kirk is the term sometimes used to describe a congregation of the Church of Scotland which uses a building which was a cathedral prior to the Reformation.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kirk   (639 words)

  
 Scotland - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
The Kingdom of Scotland was united in 843, by King Kenneth I of Scotland, and is thus one of the oldest still-existing countries in the world.
Scotland's territorial extent is generally that established by the 1237 Treaty of York between Scotland and England and the 1266 Treaty of Perth between Scotland and Norway.
Scottish sundial — the renaissance sundials of Scotland.
www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/s/c/o/Scotland.html   (5679 words)

  
 Pictures of Scotland, Scottish pictures of Landscapes, Castles, Seasides and Lochs for sale.
Scotland was however still divided, with many Clans supporting the Hanoverian side, and a large well equipped army was facing Charles.
In 1328 peace was declared between Scotland and England with the signing of The Treaty of Edinburgh which recognised Robert Bruce as King of an independent Scotland.
For the Scots William was a true martyr to the cause of an independent Scotland, this is borne out by the fact that Blind Harry’s 15th century epic poem “The Wallace” was the second most popular book in Scotland after the bible for centuries after its publication.
www.printsofscotland.com   (2836 words)

  
 Scotland Travel Guide - Scotland attractions, hotels, Bed and Breakfasts
It may be a cliche, but nevertheless true that Scotland as a bit of something for everyone; from the historic city of Edinburgh to the glorious unspoiled peaks of the Cuillin Hills on the Isle of Skye, there truly is something to appeal to every taste.
The largest city in Scotland, at the heart of the largest urban area in the country, Glasgow has a long history as a shipping and industrial centre.
Nearby is Scotland's newset national park, The Cairngorms, which is building a reputation as a winter activity centre.
www.britainexpress.com /scotland   (3535 words)

  
 Kirk o Scotland - Wikipedia
The Kirk o Scotland is the naitional kirk in Scotland.
It is a stablisht kirk, as it is the offeecial kirk in Scotland, but it is a free kirk forbye — that is, it isna a state kirk, an disna hae tae repone til the Scots or UK govrenments.
The kirk is govrened bi its General Assemblie, convened ance a year in Edinburrie.
sco.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kirk_o_Scotland   (154 words)

  
 A Short Relation Of the State of the Kirk of Scotland.
HE Kirk of Scotland after the reformation of Religion did by degrees attain to as great perfection both in doctrine and discipline as any other reformed kirk in Europe.
First, his Majesty propounded the necessity to have Ministers voters in Parliament, in the name of the kirk, who sitting in Parliament might be careful, that nothing were done in prejudice of the kirk, and might carry the desires of the whole Kirk to the Parliament for such things as were convenient for them.
It was publickly read and sworn in most Kirks with great motion, prayers, and tears, all professing repentance for their sins, specially for their breach of Covenant to God in suffering the purity of his worship to be thus tainted.
www.covenanter.org /JMelville/shortrelation.htm   (3348 words)

  
 Scottish kilt maker in Fife, Scotland. Tartan kilts for sale and hire
Based in Fife, Scotland, Kirk Wynd Highland House produce tailor-made kilts of the highest order and offer the customer the choice of over 2000 tartans.
Kirk Wynd can offer the customer a large selection of tartans, including Scottish National, Black Watch, Flower of Scotland, Hunting Stewart and the ever-popular Braveheart design.
Kirk Wynd Highland House offers the best quality at the most competitive price, be it a special offer on an outfit to buy or a corporate rate on a hire.
www.kilt-shop-scotland.com   (300 words)

  
 Canongate Kirk Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
On the north side of the road lies Canongate Kirk, the church that serves, amongst others, the residents of the Palace of Holyroodhouse when they are at home.
The Canongate frontage of the Kirk (see main image above) is formed by its Dutch gabled south end, slightly hanging back from the road itself behind a wall and trees.
Above the plaque is the crest of Thomas Moodie, while at the top of the gable is the Royal Crest, not of James VII, but of William III who had displaced James by the time the church was completed in 1691.
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk /edinburgh/canongatekirk   (518 words)

  
 Melrose Parish Kirk, Melrose Scotland
This building was constructed between 1808 and 1810, dedicated to St Cuthbert and it replaced the Abbey as a place of worship.
A fire in 1908 destroyed much of the building and a new kirk was built which incorporated the tower and spire of its predecessor.
The War Memorial at the edge of the kirk grounds was erected in memory of the men of Melrose who died in the First World War.
www.melrose.bordernet.co.uk /trail/12.html   (97 words)

  
 Bowden Kirk, Bowden Scotland, Scottish Villages
Information on the village of Bowden in Scotland.
This church and its predecessors have stood here for over 850 years.
The pipe organ, in its loft, was fitted in 1912, cost £400, and is still in use today.
www.bowden.bordernet.co.uk /history/kirk.html   (472 words)

  
 Theories of Fairy Origins
In Scotland Kirk, the author of The Secret Commonwealth,2 describes their destiny as 'pendulous' until the Day of Judgement, but according to Christiansen the general verdict in Ireland is that they are damned souls.
In Scotland, which was next visited by Evans Wentz, the evil fairies, The Host or Sluagh, were thought of as the dead, and the fairies or Shee are spirits who were decoyed out of their natural allegiance by The Proud Angel.
In Scotland down to the seventeenth century the elves were full-sized and Fairyland was called Elfame.
waeshael.home.att.net /origins.htm   (4298 words)

  
 The Gypsy Palace, Kirk Yetholm, Scotland
There was certainly an "Old Palace" across the Kirk Yetholm Green from the last one.
By car: In the village of Kirk Yetholm some 8 miles south of Kelso.
The Palace is on the road up from Kirk Yetholm Green heading south to Halterburn, only some thirty yards from the Green.
www.discovertheborders.co.uk /places/212.html   (111 words)

  
 BBC News | SCOTLAND | Kirk backs parliament
The Church of Scotland has stepped into the row caused by the scathing criticism of the Scottish Parliament from the leader of Scotland's Roman Catholics.
In a statement, the Kirk's powerful Church and Nation committee said last week's General Assembly regretted the development of a "culture of contempt which was undermining politics in our land".
It went on: "It would be a pity if the comments in the Scottish Catholic Observer by Cardinal Thomas Winning were to play directly into the hands of those who delight in the culture of contempt which the assembly sought to oppose.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/low/scotland/773550.stm   (630 words)

  
 Scotsman.com News - Scotland
THE personal assistant of one of Scotland's best-known legal figures has been jailed after stealing £190,000 from his bank accounts.
THE closure of a hospital's accident and emergency department was branded a "threat to life and limb" yesterday and John Reid, the Home Secretary, condemned the decision as "flawed".
THERE is a "fat tsar", a "suicide tsar" and an "exams tsar", but now it appears Scotland is to get...
news.scotsman.com /scotland.cfm?...+kirk+roadworks+(The+Scotsman)   (432 words)

  
 'Top Scottish Websites' - www.our-scotland.org - Main Page - All Sites
Scotland from the Roadside - Views of Scotland seen from the roadside!
Kirk Elder, Senior Citizen - The jottings of Mr Elder, pan drop aficianodo and amateur thespian from Peebles
Capturing Scotland - Photos of S - photos of the beautiful, historic country of Scotland
ourscotland.itopsites.com   (1174 words)

  
 University of Michigan Library Name Resolver Service   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Title: The principal controversies between the litteral presbyters of the Kirk of Scotland, and the illuminated members of the Church of Christ, called Quakers¨ Truly collected, stated and opened, in a particular reply (herein specified) for general information and undeceiving the deceived.
Title: Principal controversies bewteen the litteral professors of the Kirk of Scotland, and the illuminated members of the Church of Christ, called Quakers, andc.
7 reads: The principal controversies bewteen the litteral professors of the Kirk of Scotland, and the illuminated members of the Church of Christ, called Quakers, andc.
name.umdl.umich.edu /A65879.0001.001   (283 words)

  
 Monikie Kirk, Scotland.
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The interior of Monikie Kirk, photographed around noon on 15th January 2002.
The design and content of this page and website is the copyright of the webmaster (unless otherwise stated, freely surrendered, or in the public domain) and, where appropriate, may not be reproduced in any form without the permission of the webmaster.
www.monikie.org.uk /monkirk.htm   (353 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | Scotland | Greyfriars Bobby kirk facelift
Its graveyard is also the final resting place of Greyfriars Bobby, the terrier who stood guard by his master's grave.
Grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic Scotland enabled work to go ahead at the church in the heart of Edinburgh's world heritage site.
Cromwell's troops used the kirk as barracks between 1650 to 1653, and in the following century it was badly damaged while being used as a gunpowder store by the town council.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/low/scotland/3598125.stm   (363 words)

  
 Scottish Bibliography
Johnson, Samuel, and James Boswell, A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland with The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2002.
Ritchie, Graham and Mary Harman, Exploring Scotland’s Heritage: Argyll and the Western Isles, Edinburgh: The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, 1990.
Stell, Geoffrey, Exploring Scotland’s Heritage: Dumfries and Galloway, Edinburgh: The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, 1986.
www.lizcurtishiggs.com /Fiction/thornguides/bibliog.htm   (5879 words)

  
 KIRK FAMILY HISTORY PROJECT (SCOTLAND)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
To complement the Kirk Family History Project (Scotland) we are currently in the process of compiling a surname database to provide information for others researching their ancestors in Scotland.
The aim is to link web users researching their ancestors bearing the Kirk surname and to gain an insight into the distribution of various family groups throughout the country.
It is not essential to the project that individuals submit their email address but it was thought that this would provide a means of stimulating 'open' communication between those seeking further information.
kirkscotland.freeyellow.com /KIRKFORM.htm   (237 words)

  
 Scotland: Greyfriars Kirk
Greyfriars Kirk is home to the Church of Scotland congregation of Greyfriars Tolbooth and Highland.
The kirk takes its name from the pre-Reformation Franciscan friary that stood nearby.
It was the first church built in Edinburgh after the Reformation and opened in 1620.
www.culturalprofiles.org.uk /scotland/Units/348.html   (108 words)

  
 kirk yards scotland - Welcome to Scotland - kirk yards
  Welcome to Scotland provides information on Scottish accommodation, kirk yards and other things to see and do.
Whether you're planning your first adventure in Scotland, are a regular visitor or even a native, Welcome to Scotland will be able to give you information on a multitude of things to do and places to see.
So if you want to enjoy kirk yards use our searchable directory to locate great information to help plan your stay.
www.welcome-scotland.com /tourism-scotland/kirk-yards-scotland.html   (127 words)

  
 Session - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Court of Session, the supreme civil court of Scotland
the elected governing body of a congregation within a Presbyterian church (in Scotland, a "Kirk session")
John Sessions, a Scottish actor best known for his comedy work in improvisation shows like Whose Line Is It Anyway?
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Session   (263 words)

  
 Find in a Library: The kirk in Scotland.
Find in a Library: The kirk in Scotland.
Subjects: Church of Scotland -- Doctrinal and controversial works.
WorldCat is provided by OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. on behalf of its member libraries.
www.worldcatlibraries.org /wcpa/ow/e6d4615165f57d03.html   (52 words)

  
 THE NATIONAL COVENANT; OR, THE CONFESSION OF FAITH
And therefore, for the preservation of the said true religion, laws, and liberties of this kingdom, it is statute by the 8th Act, Parl.
The appendices touch on the relationship of covenanting to immoral and unscriptural civil governments, the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland, the British constitution and the apostasy of the Revolution settlement.
Testifies to the received doctrine, government, worship, and discipline of the Church of Scotland in her purest (reforming) periods.
www.swrb.com /newslett/actualNLs/natcov.htm   (4637 words)

  
 Newsletter Index - Book Reviews
Catholic Parishes in England, Wales and Scotland: an atlas, ed by Michael Gandy
Forgot and gone: accidents and disasters from Scotland in the 19th Century, by William P Cross
Hands across the Water: emigration from Northern Scotland to North America [comprising Bridging the Atlantic; The fellowship of kindred minds; Sources and family history; Highland communities in North Carolina, the Canadian Maritimes and the Caribbean]
www.gwsfhs.org.uk /newsletters/default.asp?view=book   (1579 words)

  
 TannerRitchie Publishing: History of the Kirk in Scotland, David Calderwood
History of the Kirk of Scotland by Mr David Calderwood, ed.
History of the Kirk of Scotland, David Calderwood, volume 1.0 (1524-1560), 590pp,
History of the Kirk of Scotland - appendices and general index, David Calderwood, volume 8.0 (1524-1625), 552pp,
www.tannerritchie.com /books/calderwoodhistory.php   (294 words)

  
 Clova Kirk Scotland for christenings, weddings and other ceremonies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Clova Kirk, in the beautiful Angus Glens of Scotland, is perfect for that special occasion.
Clova Kirk Trust is preserving the kirk for all.
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www.clovakirk.ik.com   (85 words)

  
 Ogspi 1851 Census Geographic
4 HYDE Robert m 34 Scotland Kirk of Scotland farmer married
5 HYDE {PATTERSON} Isabella f 20 Scotland Kirk of Scotland married
12 FRASER {ANDERSON} Eliza f 42 Scotland Kirk of Scotland married
www.ogs.on.ca /ogspi/5/o2800005.htm   (1045 words)

  
 Scotsman.com News - Scotland - Kirk role   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
LORD Mackay of Clashfern has been appointed the Queen’s representative at this year’s Church of Scotland General Assembly.
Lord Mackay left the Free Presbyterian Church in 1989 after attending a Roman Catholic mass at a fellow peer’s funeral.
Read how a historic silver arrow was finally returned to its home town of Selkirk
news.scotsman.com /scotland.cfm?id=21352005   (245 words)

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