Lord’s Day – 18th February


11am                     Rev. Murdo M. Campbell

6pm                      Rev. Murdo M. Campbell



There is a crèche facility available for children under school age. There are helpers on rota if you wish to leave your child with them. Alternatively, the service is relayed into the crèche area if you wish to listen from there.


Sunday School

Sunday School meets today The Children will go their classes after the second singing.


Clan MacQuarrie Testimony Evening

There is a Testimony Evening in the Clan MacQuarrie Hall in Borve this evening at 8.30pm. God willing, Finlay Stewart (Garrabost Free Church) will be speaking. Tea and Coffee will be served afterwards. All are welcome.


This Week

Bible Study: Colossians

The Bible Study on the Paul’s Letter to the Colossians will continue on Tuesday evening the manse at 7.30pm. Bible Study Booklets are available at the door. Anyone is welcome to come along.


Prayer & Bible Study

The midweek meeting is on every Wednesday evening in the Church Hall at 7.30pm. This week, we are continuing our study in the Letter to the Colossians. Please make this meeting a priority in your week.


Little Rainbows Toddler Group

Little Rainbows meets every 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.


Lord’s Day Services – 25th February

CLOSED – Shawbost Communion – See Communion Programme


Lord’s Day Services – 4th March

11am                     Rev. Murdo M. Campbell

6pm                        Rev. Murdo M. Campbell


Other Notices


Soup & Pudding Lunch

On Saturday 24th February, from 12-2pm, the High Free Church are hosting a Soup & Pudding Lunch in the M. A. Macleod Hall on Kenneth Street, in order to raise funds for their Church Building. All are welcome

Street Pastors

The Stornoway Street Pastors are holding an information evening in the Clan MacQuarrie Community Centre on Monday 26th February at 7.30pm. This is an opportunity for us to hear about the work that the Street Pastors are engaged in, in the Stornoway Town Centre at the weekend. If you are interested, and may want to become a Street Pastor, you can collect an application pack at the information evening, or contact Isabel Macleod on 0774739244 or [email protected].


Deacons Court

There will be a meeting of the Deacons Court on Wednesday 28th February after the midweek meeting.


Congregational Fellowship

The next Congregational Fellowship will be held after the evening service on Sunday 4th March. God willing, Donna Smith will share a word of testimony. Joanne & Ivan will provide tea and coffee. All are welcome to come along.


March Communion

The forthcoming communion season will take place from Thursday 15th March until Monday 19th March. We hope to have local ministers assisting with some of the preparatory services. However, the main preacher for the weekend will be Rev. Alastair Macaulay from Tain & Fearn Free Church.

  If there is anyone in the congregation who is thinking about professing their faith in Jesus Christ for the first time, or wants to know more about Church membership, please speak to Murdo or one of the elders.


Church Roof Update

At present, the Church Roof fund stands at £38,792.40. The work on the Church Roof is due to start on Monday 26th March for three months. The work will be carried out by Alex Murray Construction, and while works are being undertaken, no one is allowed to use the Church Building.

Therefore, services on the Lord’s Day will be spilt: with the morning service held at 11am in the Clan MacQuarrie Hall with Sunday School and crèche facilities; then the evening service held in Borve Church at 6pm. The midweek meeting will be also be held in Borve Church, and Little Rainbows will be held in the Barvas & Brue Community Centre. More information will be given closer to the time. Thank you for your ongoing financial and prayerful support.



Jesus shall reign where’er the sun

Doth his successive journeys run;

His Kingdom stretch from shore to shore,

Till moons shall wax and wane no more.


Isaac Watts