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Church service links 25 July 2021

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

 

Hymn:  The Lord is My Shepherd

Prayers and the Lord’s prayer

All Age Video: David’s Prayers

Hymn:  Softly and Tenderly

Bible lesson:  2 Samuel 11: 1-15

A time to gather stones – Islay Moore

Sermon

Hymn: In Christ Alone

Afterglow: Nothing Compares 2 U

 

You can watch the service on Facebook  here.

Weekly Call to Prayer - 25 July 2021

This Sunday, as restrictions have eased, Christians will join together in prayer at 7 pm.  As with previous weeks, the Moderator, Lord Wallace, will be among them.  In preparation for the prayer he said “As we move into a new phase with many restrictions being eased, we call to mind those for whom the restrictions of recent times have been profound and life-changing. We pray that those who are anxious and nervous about change will find reassurance. And in exercising our own personal choices, let us be mindful of the needs and concerns of our neighbours.”

This week’s prayer is:

Living God,
You open your hand towards us
And offer to us good gifts.
We accept your gifts with gratitude
And respond with thanks and praise.
Lord, in your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Living God,
You open your hand towards us
And offer to us the gift of life.
We acknowledge that we made in your image
And recognise your image in the life of each person upon the earth.
Lord, in your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Living God,
You open your hand towards us
And offer life to the world.
We receive your offer
As a sign of your faithfulness towards us.
Lord, in your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Living God,
You open your hand towards us
And offer your gifts to all.
We resolve to share the gifts we have received
And not to close our hand towards others.
Lord, in your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Living God,
You open your hand towards us
And offer to us signs of your kingdom.
We pledge to bear witness to your enduring kingdom
And to your abundant grace.
Lord, in your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

You can read the letter which accompanies the prayer here.  You can also join the Moderator in prayer here.

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, numbers are restricted in line with Government guidelines.

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.