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Church service 10 January 2021

The Church Service this week is again slightly different from normal as we are showing the service prepared by the Moderator – Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair.

A copy of the service with subtitles can be found here

https://youtu.be/74Ymalwx1E0

Weekly Call to Prayer

The Moderator, Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair, said recently,

“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.”

This week’s prayer

Lord, you search us and you know us
And we bow in your holy presence.
You know us this day in all we face
And you are with us through the hours of the night.
Guard us and keep us till the day is done
And the darkness is no more.
Lord, in your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Lord, you search us and you know us
And we bow in your holy presence.
You have made us in your image
And woven us together in the womb.
Guide us to the place where life is renewed
And our shared life restored.
Lord, in your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Lord, you search us and you know us
And we bow in your holy presence.
You know the challenges of this time
And of all the days that lie before us.
Give hope to all who despair
And comfort to those who grieve.
Lord, in your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Lord, you search us and you know us
And we bow in your holy presence.
You know all who by their work serve the common good
And who by their gifts renew hope in dark times.
Keep safe the most vulnerable
And walk with those who are fearful this day.
Lord, in your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Lord, you search us and you know us
And we bow in your holy presence.
You are the beginning of all things,
And you are the end of all things, in Jesus Christ.
Guard us and keep us till the day is done
And the darkness is no more.
Lord, in your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

The letter calling for prayer from 14 Christian churches and organisations across the country, including the Church of Scotland, can be found here:

https://churchofscotland.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0017/73700/Scottish-Church-Leaders-Forum-Statement-17th-January-2021.pdf

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

https://youtu.be/JN0NJC3CP50

Duty Groups

On a Sunday morning, under normal circumstances, 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.

  Currently, when we are able to meet in the Church, singing is not permitted so no hymn books are issued.  Likewise, the order of service is projected onto the wall at the front of the Church and your collection can be put in the plate as you enter the building.  At the moment, there are no in-Church, Sunday services.

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.