We are at the remote spot near Mauldslie, close to Gladhouse Reservoir with the Moorfoot Hills as a backdrop. During the first half of 1679 field meetings were held here on the boundary of the Borders and Midlothian. It was a brief window of powerful preaching. James Currie tells us of the dramatic and lasting impact and how they managed to escape being disrupted.
- Controversial, learned and zealous – John Flint of Lasswade – SFH083
- “Bringing these persecuted preachings to Lothian” – James Currie and the Moorfoot Conventicles- SFH082
- The Man Behind the Memorial – James Currie of Pentland – SFH081
- “If I should die among the snow” – a Winter Conventicle, Closeburn – SFH080
- “Send me where you please” – David Dickson, Turriff – SFH079
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