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John Willison (1680 – 3 May 1750) was an evangelical minister of the Church of Scotland and a writer of Christian literature.

His father was laird of a small property near Stirling , where John Willison was born. He was inducted to the parish of Brechin as minister in 1703. In 1718 he moved to a charge in Dundee .

His treatise on the sanctification of the Lord's day was in response to the policies of James VI and the Episcopal clergy. It provoked a reply from James Small, an Episcopalian, which was answered by Willison in his Letter from a Parochial Bishop to a Prelatical Gentleman . After this, he wrote a devotional work: A Sacramental Directory . Small replied to his earlier Letter , upon which Willison published An Apology for the Church of Scotland . He then moved on to political topics with A Letter to an English Member of Parliament .

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The individuals in this ministry work with parents in preparation for the baptism of their child. Training is provided through a mentor program.

The members of this ministry work together as hosts during the Sacrament of Baptism. Some of the responsibilities include greeting and welcoming families, giving out bibs and candles, and assisting the priest or deacons.

Teachers assist in the passing on of the Catholic faith to the children of the parish, including the preparation for First Communion and Confirmation. Empowering families to actively participate in the faith formation of their children and live their lives as intentional disciples in the world today. Classes are 1.5 to 2 hours per week. If you would like more information or to teach in this program, contact the Office of Faith Formation.

John Willison (1680 – 3 May 1750) was an evangelical minister of the Church of Scotland and a writer of Christian literature.

His father was laird of a small property near Stirling , where John Willison was born. He was inducted to the parish of Brechin as minister in 1703. In 1718 he moved to a charge in Dundee .

His treatise on the sanctification of the Lord's day was in response to the policies of James VI and the Episcopal clergy. It provoked a reply from James Small, an Episcopalian, which was answered by Willison in his Letter from a Parochial Bishop to a Prelatical Gentleman . After this, he wrote a devotional work: A Sacramental Directory . Small replied to his earlier Letter , upon which Willison published An Apology for the Church of Scotland . He then moved on to political topics with A Letter to an English Member of Parliament .

John Willison (1680 – 3 May 1750) was an evangelical minister of the Church of Scotland and a writer of Christian literature.

His father was laird of a small property near Stirling , where John Willison was born. He was inducted to the parish of Brechin as minister in 1703. In 1718 he moved to a charge in Dundee .

His treatise on the sanctification of the Lord's day was in response to the policies of James VI and the Episcopal clergy. It provoked a reply from James Small, an Episcopalian, which was answered by Willison in his Letter from a Parochial Bishop to a Prelatical Gentleman . After this, he wrote a devotional work: A Sacramental Directory . Small replied to his earlier Letter , upon which Willison published An Apology for the Church of Scotland . He then moved on to political topics with A Letter to an English Member of Parliament .

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John Willison (1680 – 3 May 1750) was an evangelical minister of the Church of Scotland and a writer of Christian literature.

His father was laird of a small property near Stirling , where John Willison was born. He was inducted to the parish of Brechin as minister in 1703. In 1718 he moved to a charge in Dundee .

His treatise on the sanctification of the Lord's day was in response to the policies of James VI and the Episcopal clergy. It provoked a reply from James Small, an Episcopalian, which was answered by Willison in his Letter from a Parochial Bishop to a Prelatical Gentleman . After this, he wrote a devotional work: A Sacramental Directory . Small replied to his earlier Letter , upon which Willison published An Apology for the Church of Scotland . He then moved on to political topics with A Letter to an English Member of Parliament .

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