Monday, 19 August 2013
Journeying together in faith
On the contrary, we have heard, there has been a great deal of learning for all involved, and the deepening of faith in both communities as a matter of the heart, of relationships.
Thanks to Donna M Dalgetty (@Weetigger1) for her photo, shared on Twitter, and for her comments. Others have also been responding positively to this moving story on social media.
Is this a turning point for faith communities in Aberdeen and in Scotland, the panel was asked?
It has certainly challenged and changed attitudes for a number of people, it was suggested - and in some quite unexpected ways and places.
"I am an atheist but I know what you did is Christian and I want to acknowledge this," one person wrote.
It may be too early to tell how things will develop. What has happened in Aberdeen may be a tiny thing, but it has made our life easier," another involved in inter-community and inter-faith relations said.
The full live blog is here.