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Reflection Be gentle when you touch bread. Let it not lie uncared for-unwanted. So often, bread is taken for granted. There is so much beauty in bread- Beauty of sun and soil. Beauty of patient toil. Winds and rains have … Continue reading
VICTORY SOMETHING TO PONDER OVER from Revd Alistair Jessamine ‘… we win the victory … by means of our faith’ First John 5.4 Good News Bible The recent Victory in Europe (VE) commemorations revealed, among other things, the incredible faith … Continue reading
Heart and Soul 2020 Sunday, 17th May 2pm – 4pm I am certain that by now you will have heard of the very special service to install Rev Dr Martin Fair as Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church … Continue reading
This is a note to tell you about two upcoming on-line worship services which are for the whole Church of Scotland. Saturday 16th May 11am – live on the Church of Scotland website and our Facebook Rev Dr Martin Fair … Continue reading
Our interactive bible study series is going online and it would be very much appreciated if you could help us spread the word. On Tuesday 19th May at 7pm you can join Drama Kirk as we consider the calling of the … Continue reading
Reflection I wonder how we all are managing at this time of such upheaval. I suppose we have no alternative than to stick by the rules so to speak, however reluctantly we may view the situation and however frustrated we … Continue reading
CrossReach Information Sheet Please find attached May 2020 edition of the CrossReach Information Sheet.
Reflection We read in Isaiah 43, 1, the words of God, “Do not be afraid. I have redeemed you. I have called you by name. You are mine.” What an assurance there is in these Old Testament words and we … Continue reading
SPIRITUAL EXERCISES SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT from Revd Alistair Jessamine God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit. John 4.24 NRSV Saint Ignatius of Loyola (in Spain), the founder of the Jesuits, compiled a devotional manual … Continue reading
Please check the Church Of Scotland website for a list of churches that have online services available.