Breaking Through to Unity - Early Years in Livingston's Ecumenical Parish
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In 1966 the Livingston Ecumenical Experiment was launched by the induction of the Revd James Maitland, Church of Scotland, and the Revd Brian Hardy, Episcopal Church, to the new ecumenical charge of Livingston, West Lothian. This book describes the origins of the ecumenical movement, the early years in Livingston, and the close co-operation of the church with the community to solve various problems which presented themselves.
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