A chance to make your mark in history on Sunday

A “pod” is coming to town this coming Sunday morning to let anyone who wants to make a mark in history the chance to do just that.

It all takes place at the Leisure Centre in Fraserburgh from 11am.

Marking the 400 years since the publication of the King James Bible, the Bible Society in Scotland, in conjunction with several Fraserburgh Churches, is giving a chance for the community of Fraserburgh and surrounds to make their mark in history.

Specifically, everyone gets the chance to write two verses of the Bible! Computer technology will be to the fore, enabling everyone to hand write their verses on tablet computers, the results of their efforts uploaded to an online version of the Bible that will be forever available to anyone across the world.

The churches have created a fun day centred on this activity.

At 11am there will be a joint service in the Leisure Centre for all ages. All are welcome.

This is followed by a soup and sandwich type lunch catered for by the Leisure Centre.

From 12.30pm till 4pm there will be a chance to come to the Pod and write your verses. Don’t worry if you were not at the service. You are still welcome to the lunch and to the Pod and to the fun activities that will happen during the afternoon.