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raking the church to the people

26th June 1982, Page 53
26th June 1982
Page 53
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

IFIE REV John Scott, of Ellistown, Leicestershire, can luote at least one precedent for I's proposal that a bus should 3e converted to a mobile chapel

o replace remote, disintegrating Duildings requiring costly .enovation.

As reported on August 1 last fear, four monks in Scotland .ake a mobile temple to the )eople. It is a Scania antic in which they also have to live

their spartan lives.

Mr Scott seems unlikely to succeed in his plan although it would be far less expensive than repairing old village churches. The question whether a bus would have to be consecrated or merely dedicated has been raised in The Guardian, along with others on vehicle and driver licensing. The revolutionary • introduction of flat-rate offertory is another intriguing possibility.


People: John Scott
Locations: Ellistown

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