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Sunday School

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Craft Group

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St Mungo’s Community Cafe

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Sunday Worship

Sunday School

Communion

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St Mungo’s Community Cafe

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St Mungo’s Community Cafe

Doors Open Day

Sunday Worship

Sunday School

Doors Open Day

St Mungo’s Community Cafe

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Service Links 19 September 2021

If you are unable to attend the church in person, links to the items in the service which can be found online are here.  In the church we will be singing the hymns accompanied by Islay.  The Minister’s sermon can be read later by looking at the “Message from the Minister” page on this site

 

Praise: CH4: 125: Lord of all being, throned afar

Prayer of Approach, Confession and Lord`s Prayer

Praise:  CH4.111:  : Holy, holy holy, Lord God almighty!

Lessons: Jeremiah 31: 31-34Mark 14: 12-26

Praise: CH4: 668: According to Thy gracious word

Address:  The Lord’s Supper

Offering and Prayer of Dedication

Prayer of Concern for Others and for the World

Praise:  CH4.19: Ye gates, lift up your head on high

Sacrament of Holy Communion

Praise:  CH4.167: Guide me, O thou great Jehovah

Benediction with Threefold Amen

Weekly Call to Prayer - 19 September 2021

This Sunday, as has been the case for many months now, Christians will join together in prayer at 7 pm.  As with previous weeks, the Moderator, Lord Wallace, will be among them.  He said the following:

“Let us not forget that behind each death there will be grieving family and friends; behind each hospitalisation there will be a suffering patient, an anxious family and a caring and skilled medical team, and behind each vaccination, let us recognise, with thanks, the skill of the scientists’ research and those who make distribution and vaccination possible. Let us remember, too, those in countries who still wait anxiously for vaccines to arrive. May our leaders respond imaginatively and generously to that challenge.”

This week’s prayer is:

Living God,
Whose way we discern
Through the Cross and the Resurrection of Your Son,
We hear the call to take up the Cross
And to live in the light of the Resurrection.
Grant us faith to do so
And courage to confess when we do not understand.
Lord, in Your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Living God,
Whose way we discern
Through the Cross and the Resurrection of Your Son,
We recognise that we turn too easily
To that which distracts and displaces.
Renew our focus that we might fix our eyes
On the pioneer and perfecter of our faith.
Lord, in Your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Living God,
Whose way we discern
Through the Cross and the Resurrection of Your Son,
We hear the call to become servants,
As Christ Himself became on our behalf.
May we learn the lesson of servanthood
From the One who gave His life as a ransom for many.
Lord, in Your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Living God,
Whose way we discern
Through the Cross and the Resurrection of Your Son,
We recognise the children in our midst
Whose lives are a gift from Your Hand.
May we receive them within the community of faith
And so receive Christ in our midst.
Lord, in Your mercy,
Hear our prayer.

Read the letter which accompanies the prayer.  You can also join the Moderator in prayer at 7 pm on Sunday.

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.