Bonnyrigg Parish Church Minister arrives at Bonnyrigg Rose Community Football Club

Tuesday 6th October 2020

As a community club we recognise that we have hundreds of young players and their families who could also benefit from pastoral support in their mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing so we approached Mark Fleming, Director of Sports Chaplaincy Scotland and asked if we could have a chaplain trained up for our club.

Mark was only too happy to help and thankfully we had an ideal potential chaplain right on our doorstep in Rev Louise Purden,  As with all sports chaplains, Louise is pastorally available to people of all faiths and individual beliefs and we are we are really excited to have her work with us.

Louise is very familiar with our club as her daughter enjoys her football with our Girls U9’s section – Welcome aboard Louise.

Bonnyrigg Rose a Club for the Community.

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