Everyone at St Ternan’s offers something unique to the community. Here you can find who holds recognised positions and click through to find out a little more about them.
Greenshoots Trust Worker
Henna works with children, young people and families in Banchory and especially at St Ternan’s
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1st Contact 01330 824458
The Scottish Episcopal Church recognises the special status of children and young people. Because of their vulnerability, children and young people will be awarded special protection. They are to be respected as persons in their own right, created and loved by God. We, therefore, commit ourselves to take all steps within our power to keep children and young people safe from physical, sexual and emotional harm.
The Scottish Episcopal Church recognises the special status of all vulnerable people, particularly those who, because they are affected by disability, mental disorder, illness, infirmity or ageing, are unable to protect themselves from abuse, or more vulnerable to being abused than persons who are not so affected. Because of their vulnerability, such people will be awarded special protection. They are to be respected as persons in their own right, created and loved by God. We, therefore commit ourselves to take all steps within our power to keep vulnerable people safe from harm and from an abuse of trust.
You may also contact the Provincial Officer for the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults:
Donald Urquhart Tel: 0131 2256357 or 07702 793553 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information and resources are available here.
The Ministry Team
Who lead some of our services.
This team is made up of trained volunteers who are deeply committed to the worshipping life of St Ternan’s.
The Pastoral Team
Who visit people and offer support on behalf of the church when they are ill or having a hard time.
This team is made up of PVG checked, compassionate volunteers who are practical and sensitive.
Elected trustees of the church, responsible for the management of the church.
Vestry members give their time to maintaining the legal, physical and financial aspects of the church. They also assist the rector in matters relating to the spirituality of the congregation.