Greetings and Intimations
Hymn CH 72 O God of Bethel !
Reading Proverbs 9 : 1 – 6 (Pew Bible Page 642)
Hymn CH 376 How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds
Reading John 6 : 51 – 59 (Pew Bible Page 1071)
Hymn CH 571 Jesus, thou Joy of loving hearts
Hymn CH 89 Guide me, O thou great Jehovah
Greetings and Intimations
Reading Proverbs 16 : 1 – 10 (Pew Bible Page 650)
After Morning Worship Fellowship : After Morning Worship today Tea , Coffee, Juice and biscuits will be served in the Church. Please stay behind for as long or short a time as you can manage and enjoy a time of fellowship with other members of the congregation and with visitors to our church.
Crèche: There is a crèche in the Church Hall behind the Church if anyone wishes to leave their children there during the morning service.
Sunday School & Youth Fellowship are closed for the duration of the school Summer holiday period. Classes will meet again on Sunday 24 August.
The Ladies’ Bible Study Group meets in the Church Hall on Tuesdays from 10.30 am to 12.00 noon. All ladies welcome.
The Prayer Fellowship meets in the Church Hall at 7.00 pm each Tuesday evening. All are welcome to attend.
Church Coffee Mornings : Coffee Mornings are held in the church each Thursday morning from 10.30 to 12.00.
A Food Bank is not just for Christmas : Please remember that the needs of the less fortunate exist all year round.
Extra-Ordinary God in an Ordinary Life : This one day retreat on the above topic will aim “to discover how we can encounter God in the ordinary stuff of life and meet Him on our everyday paths”. The day will be held at The Lighthouse, Hilton, Inverness on Saturday 8 November.
If interested, please see the notice in the Front Vestibule for details of cost and registration arrangements.
Kirk Session :A meeting of the Kirk Session will take place in the Manse at 7.30 pm on Thursday 28 August. Copies of Minutes and Agenda will be available on Sunday 24 August
Your Church Magazine :
The Magazine Committee has agreed that the September issue of the magazine should follow a theme of reflections and personal experiences of the First and Second World Wars.
This is to complement the events that have taken place to recognise the gallantry and sacrifice of all who suffered during these troubled times.
We are asking for your support and participation in providing items, memories, stories, pictures etc. Reminiscences, however small, would make interesting reading to us all, through the stirring and sharing of past memories and the contemplation of the consequences of war.
If you prefer just to talk to one of us about your particular experiences or memories, we can meet and record the details on your behalf.
Committee members are Patrick & Jenni Jones, Sandor & Susan,
Bill & Fiona Marshall.
The closing date for articles is Sunday 31 August