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St Mungo’s Community Cafe

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St Mungo’s Community Cafe

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

31

Sunday Worship

Sunday School

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

4

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

7

Sunday Worship

Sunday School

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

11

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

14

Sunday Worship

Sunday School

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

18

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

21

Sunday Worship

Sunday School

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

25

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

Festival of Lights

Festival of Lights

Christmas Cafe

Sunday Worship

Sunday School

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

2

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

Festive Afternoon Tea

Sunday Worship

Sunday School

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Church service links 22 November 2020

As we are now meeting again in the Church, the prayers and readings are no longer online.

Links to the items in the service which can be found online are here.  The Minister’s sermon can be found later by looking at the Message from the Minister page on this site.  It is also normally broadcast live on Facebook on a Sunday morning.

Hymn:  Rejoice the Lord is King

https://youtu.be/aDFAv0eh-s8

Hymn for Sunday School: Lord of the Dance

https://youtu.be/YV15StV6TK0

Hymn: Crown Him with Many Crowns

https://youtu.be/Kc3UnhPHTOo

Hymn: Are You Washed in the Blood/I’ll Fly Away

https://youtu.be/SDqTENtNvKQ

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Join Together in Prayer - 22 November

The Moderator, Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair, said this week:

“There are some things which make sense for a certain period of time but which come to a natural conclusion – such as clapping for carers during the spring lockdown. Prayer isn’t one of them.”
“The Apostle Paul encourages us to ‘pray without ceasing’ and Jesus himself offers parables where persistence in prayer is lauded. It can be hard to keep going when there’s no end in sight; much easier when the finishing line comes into view. In the case of the pandemic, it still feels as if there’s no light at the end of the tunnel. All the more reason then for God’s people to continue faithfully in prayer. And even better when we can pray across the whole of the Church, unrestricted by denominational divides.

“If Sunday at 7pm is in your diary, keep it there. Thank you. If it hadn’t been, it would be great to have you involved. It matters that we pray.”

Good Shepherd,
Speak to us at this time
And hear us when we call to you.
Answer our call
And come to journey with us.
Lord, hear us.
Lord, graciously hear us.

Good Shepherd,
Search for us when we are lost
And gather us safely into your presence.
Speak to the depths of our fears
And still our anxious hearts.
Lord, hear us.
Lord, graciously hear us.

Good Shepherd,
Stand with us in the midst of these times
And do not forsake us.
Search for the lonely and the anxious
And embrace them in your love.
Lord, hear us.
Lord, graciously hear us.

Good Shepherd,
Strengthen us when we stumble
And renew us when we are weak.
Stand with all who are made in your image
And who reflect your goodness.
Lord, hear us.
Lord, graciously hear us.

Good Shepherd,
Support us when we suffer
And bring healing when we are wounded.
Strengthen us that we might strengthen others
And be with them in all we face together.
Lord, hear us.
Lord, graciously hear us.

Good Shepherd,
Speak once more to our hearts
And offer us vision and hope for days to come.
Go before us Shepherd King
And lead us into the future that you hold in your hands.
Lord, hear us.
Lord, graciously hear us.

The letter accompanying this week’s prayer can be found here:

https://churchofscotland.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/72056/Scottish-Church-Leaders-Forum-Statement-22nd-November-2020.pdf

You can join with the Moderator in prayer by following the link below

https://youtu.be/-EeB1yyDgGg

Duty Groups

On a Sunday morning you can expect to see a group of elders who will welcome you as you come into Church and give you a hymn book and an order of service. During the service they will take the collection which they count later. As you leave the church you can return your hymn books to an elder at the back.

Flower Rota

Every week a member of the congregation donates the flowers which are arranged by a small group of people, then after the service the flowers are distributed to members of the congregation who may be ill or celebrating a special birthday or anniversary. If you know anyone who should be receiving the flowers please put their name and address and the reason in the book in the porch. There are a few dates free for anyone who would like to donate the flowers. Please check with me regarding availability. Why not try arranging the flowers? It is not as daunting a task as it seems.