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St Andrews Presbytery Links

Here are some links that you may find useful.

Links to this site from other sites are always welcome. Please contact us if you know of a site that might appropriately be added to this links section, preferably on a reciprocal basis.

St Andrews Presbytery

Local Links

  • ALISS
    ALISS (A Local Information System for Scotland) is a search and collaboration tool for Health and Wellbeing resources in Scotland. It helps signpost people to useful community support, and with an ALISS account you can contribute the many and varied resources that our local communities have to offer. You have to apply for registration and once granted you should be able to include details of various programmes run for your local community.
  • Ladyhead Christian Bookshop and Coffee Shop
    A small, independent charity. They have no website as such, however the link takes you to their location and contact information.
  • St Mary's College, The School of Divinity
    The University of St Andrews is Scotland's oldest university, founded in 1413, and throughout its history has taught Divinity (biblical studies and theology). It enjoys a reputation as one of the finest institutions of higher education in the United Kingdom. Today it has a vibrant community of both undergraduate and postgraduate students (including distance learners).
  • The Lighthouse Christian Book Centre
    The Lighthouse was set up in 1987 by Christians in the area, representing all the local churches. It is a Christian centre providing, through the sale of Books, Cards and Christian Resources the opportunity to spread Christian ideas into the community and in the Coffee Shop, a friendly and caring atmosphere.
 
NB The stained glass images all derive from local churches.
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