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Leighton House

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An Extraordinary Members' Meeting of ACTS was held on 26th January 2012 to make a decision concerning the future use of Leighton House, Dunblane. Following the meeting the  ACTS trustees released a statement which is available to download.

Prayer for Today

Take us from where we are, to where you want us to be;
make us not merely guardians of a heritage, but living signs of your coming Kingdom;
fire us with passion for justice and peace between all people;
fill us with that faith, hope and love which embody the Gospel;
and through the power of your Holy Spirit make us one.
That the world may believe, that your name may be enthroned in our nation,
that your church may more effectively be your body,
we commit ourselves to love you, serve you,
and follow you as pilgrims not strangers.

ACTS Commitment used at the Inaugural service of ACTS. September 1990

The Trustees of ACTS (Action of Churches Together in Scotland) support this SCVO initiative to widen and inform the debate about the Future of Scotland by encouraging organisations across Scotland to share their concerns and reflections.

ACTS encourages its member churches and wider contacts to participate in this initiative - for the good of all in our society.

Contact ACTS

Action of Churches Together in Scotland
7 Forrester Lodge
Inglewood House
FK10 2HU

(t) 01259 216980

(f) 01259 215964


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Formed in 1990, as Scotland’s national ecumenical instrument, Action of Churches Together in Scotland (ACTS) brings together nine denominations in Scotland who share a desire for:

  • Greater oneness between churches, as Jesus prayed, ’that they all may be one’ (John 17.21)
  • A growth of understanding and common life between churches
  • Unified action in proclaiming and responding to the gospel in the whole of life.

In its work ACTS seeks to enable the Scottish churches in their common life.

It encourages and resources encounters between them in which each participant learns from the other, where difference is explored and respected and where division is healed.

ACTS - enabling and resourcing churches in Scotland in their pilgrimage together

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