SCP candidate

Sandy ShawSandy Shaw of Nairn is standing as the second list candidate for the Scottish Christian Party in the forthcoming Scottish Elections.
Sandy Shaw was born and brought up in Perth, attending the North Church and gaining The Queen's Badge in the Boys' Brigade. He attended Perth Academy and went on to Edinburgh University, graduating M.A. and B.D. During these years, he was very involved in sport, captaining the College hockey and soccer teams, and has maintained a degree of fitness by continuing to run.

He served 23 years in the Ministry of the Church of Scotland, firstly in Cowdenbeath, a mining community, and then at Ardclach and Auldearn in rural Nairnshire.

Since 1992, he has been Pastor of Nairn Christian Fellowship, served 10 years on the Children's Panel in Highland Region, and is a Chaplain at Nairn Academy and Inverness Prison. He broadcasts regularly on WSHO Radio, New Orleans, and he has made three visits in the past two years to speak and teach at Pastor's Seminars in Uganda and Kenya. He has led 12 Tours and Pilgrimages to Israel.

Sandy has been married for 38 years with two married sons and two granddaughters.

He has always had a keen interest in current affairs and values the opportunity to be a Christian Voice in Holyroodsaying: "Many people across the Highlands and Islands are looking for a Christian, spiritual and moral lead. One vital task over these next weeks is to motivate and persuade such men and women to give their Regional Vote to the Scottish Christian Party where they know it will certainly not be a wasted vote."

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