In the famous scene from the movie Braveheart, William Wallace, the tough and rugged Guardian of Scotland, cries out just before his death, “Freeeee-dom!”

If you’ve seen the movie, you’ll certainly remember that heartfelt shout and the feeling it elicits in all who desire to see freedom reign. The mention of the famous Scotsman’s name connotes bravery, standing for truth, and inspiration to a nation.

That was thirteenth-century Scotland. Fast forward to the twenty-first century and meet two more brave hearts from Scotland, Andrew and Elizabeth Holden, who lead the one and only Torah Club in the country. How fitting to note that their Torah Club is in Stirling—as in the Battle of Stirling—where William Wallace fought and won a major battle of the First Scottish War of Independence.