Lord’s Day – 15th December
Lord’s Day Services
11am Rev. Murdo M. Campbell
6pm Rev. Murdo M. Campbell
There is a crèche facility available during the service for parents/carers with children. If you wish, you can listen to the service from there.
Sunday School meets today in the Church Hall. The children will go to their classes during the second singing.
Discipleship Explored continues on Tuesday evening at 7.30pm in the manse. All are welcome.
Prayer & Bible Study
The midweek meeting for Prayer and Bible Study meets every Wednesday evening in the Church Hall at 7.30pm. This week, we’re continuing our study on the Tabernacle. Everyone is warmly invited to attend.
Deacons Court & Kirk Session
There will be a meeting of the Deacons Court followed by a meeting of the Kirk Session on Wednesday (18th December) evening after the midweek meeting.
Little Rainbows Toddler Group
Little Rainbows is closed until the New Year. Thank you to everyone who came along and especially to the ladies who faithfully provided tea, coffee and cakes for both parents and toddlers.
Services Next Lord’s Day – 22nd December
11am Rev. Murdo M. Campbell (Family Service)
6pm Mr Donald Macleod (Divinity Student)
Christmas Family Service
Our Christmas Family Service will take place on Sunday 22nd December at 11am. During the service, all the children will stay in the church, and the minister will preach a sermon suitable for all ages. Tea, Coffee & Mince Pies will be served in the Hall afterwards. This is a great opportunity to invite friends and family to this service, as everyone is warmly invited to come along.
Christmas Carol Service
There will be a Christmas Carol Service with Scripture readings in the Clan MacQuarrie Community Centre on Sunday 22nd December at 8pm. Refreshments and Mince Pies will be served afterwards. Everyone is warmly invited to come along.
New Year’s Day Service
On Wednesday 1st January the New Year’s Day Service will be at 12noon. Everyone is warmly invited to come together as a congregation and begin a new year by committing it to the Lord.
“The book before us contains not the word of men, but of God. Every verse in it was written by inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Let us thank God daily for giving us the Scriptures. Let us also remember our deep responsibility. We shall all be judged at the last day according to our light. To whomsoever much is given, of them much will be required. Let us read our Bibles reverently and diligently, with an honest determination to believe and practice all we find in them. It is no light matter how we use this book. Eternal life or death depends on the spirit in which it is used. Above all let us humbly pray for the teaching of the Holy Spirit. He alone can apply truth to our hearts and make us profit by what we read.”
J. C. Ryle