During May, we threw a spotlight on our mental health and the power of kindness.
We have learnt that amid the fear of Covid-19, there is community, support and hope. And we all have a part to play.
We've seen this in our rainbows, volunteering to help care for others, knitting hearts for families, Zoom calls with lonely grandparents... lots of ways.
We make a better world when we turn our attention towards others. Helping others is good for our own mental health and wellbeing, too.
So invited children and young people in the church and across Bearsden to get creative. They have created stories, poetry and pictures about how kindness makes us feel, and about how we want to make a better world.
Our gallery of kindness is at the bottom of the page. Thank you to all who submitted work!
Our Kindness Gallery! ...
And all posted in the New Halls windows, too