Delegation from Taiwan in Forfar

Three members of a 10-strong delegation from the Presbyterian Church of Taiwan visited Forfar last week. They wanted to be here when the Referendum vote took place, learn more about local churches in Scotland, get people's views on the voting issues and find out different concerns that people had. They worshipped with East & Old members at the Wednesday reflective service. The Church of Scotland took no side in the referendum debate but the PCT in Taiwan supports the opposition party because of the Chinese mainland influence in their politics. From left - Rev Dr Li Hau-tiong, Chen yu-fen and Chen su-chen, pictured at Restenneth Priory.

Three members of a 10-strong delegation from the Presbyterian Church of Taiwan visited Forfar last week. They wanted to be here when the Referendum vote took place, learn more about local churches in Scotland, get people's views on the voting issues and find out different concerns that people had. They worshipped with East & Old members at the Wednesday reflective service. The Church of Scotland took no side in the referendum debate but the PCT in Taiwan supports the opposition party because of the Chinese mainland influence in their politics. From left - Rev Dr Li Hau-tiong, Chen yu-fen and Chen su-chen, pictured at Restenneth Priory.

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Three members of a 10-strong delegation from the Presbyterian Church of Taiwan visited Forfar last week.

They wanted to be here when the Referendum vote took place, learn more about local churches in Scotland, get people’s views on the voting issues and find out different concerns that people had.

They worshipped with East & Old members at the Wednesday reflective service. From left: Rev Dr Li Hau-tiong, Chen yu-fen and Chen su-chen, pictured at Restenneth Priory.