Lord’s Day – 11th November
Lord’s Day Services
Noon Rev. Murdo M. Campbell
6pm Mr Donald Macaulay
6pm Rev. Murdo M. Campbell (Borve)
There is a crèche facility available for parents/carers with children. There are helpers on rota if you wish to leave your child with them. Alternatively, you can listen to the service from there.
Sunday School meets today. The children will go through to their class during the second singing.
The Youth Fellowship will after the evening service, in the manse. It will be a joint YF with the Carloway & Callanish YF. All young people welcome.
Bible Study: Elijah
The Bible Study on the Life of Elijah begins in the manse this Tuesday evening at 7.30pm. All are welcome. If you would like a Bible Study booklet, they are available on the table in the foyer.
Prayer & Bible Study
The midweek meeting is on every Wednesday evening in the Church Hall at 7.30pm. Please make this meeting a priority in your week. This week, we are continuing our study on the Life of Elijah.
There will be a meeting of the Deacons Court after the midweek meeting on Wednesday.
Little Rainbows Toddler Group
Little Rainbows meets this Thursday in the Church Hall @ 10am – 12pm. The toddler group is open everyone in the community who wishes to come along for a tea or coffee and meet other parents, in a fun, safe, environment for their children.
Interdenominational Gaelic Service
The next interdenominational Gaelic service will be held in the Clan MacQuarrie Community Centre, Borve, on Friday 16th November at 7.30pm. God willing, Rev. Donald A. Macdonald will conduct the service. Door collection will cover supply costs and hire of the hall. Any remaining monies will be donated to Bethesda Hospice. Everyone is warmly invited to come along.
Lord’s Day Services – 18th November
11am Rev. Murdo M. Campbell (Baptism Service)
6pm Rev. Murdo M. Campbell
The Sacrament of Baptism will be administered in the congregation, at the close of the morning service next Lord’s Day.
Clan MacQuarrie Testimony Evening
There is a Testimony Evening in the Clan MacQuarrie Hall in Borve next Lord’s Day (18th November) at 8.30pm. God willing, Angus Murray (Deacon, Cross Free Church) will be speaking. Tea and Coffee will be served afterwards. All are welcome.
On Saturday 1st December, we hope to have a Congregational Dinner in Borve House Hotel. There will be an informal 3 course dinner, followed by Rev Alex Cowie speaking about working with the Jews. The meal is priced at £23 per person. Everyone is welcome. More booking forms are available at the door.
Christian Witness to Israel 175th Anniversary
In order to commemorate the 175th anniversary of CWI, Joseph Steinberg (CEO) will be sharing “The Vision of Future Jewish Mission” and recent stories of Jews coming to faith on Thursday 22nd November at 7.30pm in the Barvas & Brue Community Centre. Tea & Coffee will be served afterwards. Everyone is warmly invited.
Stornoway Street Pastors
Stornoway Street Pastors hope to commission four new Street Pastors at a Service to be held at St Columba’s Church Hall on Friday 23rd November at 7.30pm. All are welcome to attend the service. Refreshments will be served afterwards.
For the month of November, some men in our congregation and the Carloway congregation are (attempting!) to grow a moustache in order to raise awareness of prostate and testicular cancer. In recent years, three elders in our congregation have received treatment for prostate cancer and there is an elder in Carloway Free Church who is currently receiving treatment. If the “Mo Wee Free” Team manage to stay away from Gillette for the next month, a Team Photo will be posted on Facebook! Please support us in fundraising for Movember, or even better, join our team!
You can support us by donating online at: https://moteam.co/mo-wee-frees?mc=11 or by putting your name down on the sponsor form in the foyer.
“May we never rest until we are inside the Kingdom of God, till we have truly repented, really believed, and have been made new creatures in Christ Jesus. If we rest satisfied with being ‘not far from the kingdom,’ we shall find at last that we are shut out forevermore.
J. C. Ryle