Notices - Sunday 28th August
Everyone is welcome in the M.A. Hall for tea and fellowship after the morning service. Mary and Chris will be serving today.
Everyone is welcome to a time of fellowship in the M. A. Hall following the evening service.
Creche: 11.00am in upper hall for children up to age 2.
Volunteers today: Maighread, Christine Ann, Donna, Emma.
Volunteers 4th September: Fiona, Catherine, Ruby, Alison.
Holiday Tweenies: 11.00 in the main hall for children aged 3-7.
Volunteers today: Liz, Karen, Aileen, Kirsty.
Volunteers 4th September: Liz, Johan, Christina, Joni.
Monday 29th August 1.00pm-3.00pm – Toddler Group in M.A. Hall for all children under school age. We need more volunteers. If you would like to help in the kitchen or the hall please get in touch with Mary Campbell.
Wednesday 31st August 7.30pm – English Prayer Meeting in the Seminary and on Zoom led by Rev Calum M. Smith.
Thursday 1st September 7.30pm – Gaelic Prayer Meeting in the Seminary led by Rev James Maciver.
Saturday 3rd September 11.00am – Ladies Walking Group meet at the Castle Museum Car Park.
Saturday 3rd September 7.30pm - English Prayer Meeting in the Seminary.
Saturday 3rd September 8.30pm – Slavic Gospel Prayer Meeting on Zoom. For information contact Robert France: 07796 283328.
Services next Sunday – 4th September
11.00am - English Service (Church) Rev Calum M. Smith
11.00am – Gaelic Service (Seminary) Rev James Maciver
6.30pm – English Service (Church) Rev James Maciver
Sunday School (P1-P7) and Bible Class (S1+) resumes next Sunday, 4th September. We are returning to our pre-lockdown format where the children sit with their families for the beginning of the service then go through to the hall after the children’s talk. We look forward to welcoming new and returning children.
If you have any questions, or for more information please speak to Ian Murdo Macleod: 07887 722269 or email Mairianne at the church office, [email protected].
We can’t wait to have a full hall on Sunday!
We were sorry to hear that John (Iain) Graham, Perceval Road, had passed away aged 76. We extend our sincere condolences to his widow Bessie Margaret, sons John Angus and Norman, John Angus’s wife Kathryn, and the grandchildren Rachel and Daniel. We also remember Iain’s sister Kathryn and her husband Tom, together with all others in the extended family.
We pray that they will know God’s comfort in this time of loss.
Stornoway Women for Mission
The Stornoway WfM AGM is scheduled for Tuesday 6th September at 7.30pm in the MA Hall. There will also be an opportunity for the ladies to meet with Johan Smith who has agreed to take part in a short interview.
Thanks from the Sailors’ Society
The Sailors’ Society is a Christian charity which supports seafarers throughout the world, both spiritually and financially. Prior to the Covid pandemic, many of our congregations donated Bibles to the work of The Sailors’ Society in Invergordon. Unfortunately, none of the Bibles could be delivered due to the Covid lockdown situation. Following the lifting of restrictions and the resumption of cruises, the Bibles have now been passed on to the charity for distribution among seafarers. The Sailors’ Society wishes to express their heartfelt thanks for the donation of Bibles, praying that the Word of God will be blessed to those who read it.
Big Free Youth Rally
The Big Free Rally is set to take place on Saturday 1st October at Smithton Free Church in Inverness from 11.00 - 15.00.
The event, which is open to everyone in P5 to S6, is a chance for young people to reunite with friends made at camp, although you don’t need to have been to camp to come to the Rally.
The title for the rally is Being Real. Rev Ben Fiddian will be speaking on the theme of integrity.