You are welcome to join with us for our midweek meeting on Wednesday 11th November at 7.30pm via Zoom. Rev James Maciver will lead the meeting.
In our current pandemic situation it is important not only to pray but also to know that as believers we are within Christ’s intercession, which is integral to our security. John 17 provides us with an insight into that intercession, so it has always been a precious chapter to Christians in every generation. Over the next few weeks we will study this chapter so that Jesus may become even more precious to us and for our spiritual growth and comfort.
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Rev James Maciver has recorded a Gaelic worship service at home to be broadcast at 7.30pm on Friday 10th July. This will be available on our sermons page as well as Stornoway Free Church's Facebook and YouTube pages.
Service Details:Readings: Psalm 122 and Ephesians 4 verses 1-16PrayerSermon: Psalm 122Title: Aoibhneas ann an IerusalemPraise: Psalm 122 v 7-8 to the tune Free Church Read more about 'Gaelic Service - Friday 10th July'...
Rev James Maciver has recorded a short Gaelic worship service from his home and it will be aired at 7.30pm on Friday 26th June. The service will be available on our sermons page as well as a Facebook Premiere and YouTube Premiere video.Service Details:Leughadh: Romanach 8 v 1-21
Searmon: Romanach 8 v 1-4
Tiotal: Dia a' toirt air falbh ar dìteadh
Seinn: Salm 65 v 4-5
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Rev James Maciver will preach on 'B' iad do reachdan mo cheòl ann an tigh mo chuairt' from Psalm 119:54 in a Gaelic Service recorded at home to be broadcast online on Friday 12th June at 7.30pm. The service will be available on Facebook Premiere and YouTube Premiere as well as on our sermons page.Read more about 'Gaelic Service - Friday 12th June'...
We are very conscious that those who attended the Gaelic services have missed these since the Covid-19 restrictions were set in place.
The minister will be recording a short Gaelic service at his home for transmission on the congregation’s Facebook and YouTube pages on Thursday 28th May, at 7.30pm, the time at which the Gaelic midweek service was held prior to the lockdown.The service will be available on the sermons page of this website shortly afterwards.