Monthly Archives: January 2014

Listening to God’s creative whisper: New Start Highland

In the second of the series where folk connected with Hilton Church speak about how their faith is expressed in the community, we heard this morning from Allan Sillars who, since 2006, has been the Chair of New Start Highland, a creative enterprise which is making an enormous different to people’s lives in the community, and about a new Social Enterprise project Allan is involved in, Highland and Islands Business Finance Ltd. New Start Highland

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Thursday Cafe at the Light House

Thursday Café @ The  Light House: The cafe in the Light House will be open every Thursday from 7-9.30pm, beginning on 23rd January. We hope that as a congregation you will support this evening and spread the word amongst your friends. We have a pretty fluid programme in mind which will include, live music, films and a few other surprises.

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The King is among us

Couldn't wait until next Christmas to show you this lovely picture of the Advent candles in church last month. All five candles are lit. The waiting is over. The King has come. An image to sustain us during all our times of uncertainty and waiting.              

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Ceilidh for a Cause

This summer, a group of young people from Hilton Church are off to Romania once again. They'll be working with Carpathian Aid helping run a camp for poor and underprivileged children and disabled people at  Casa Harului (meaning ‘House of Grace’), a Christian Holiday Centre in the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains. Last month, a 'Ceilidh for Cause' was held at the church to raise funds for the trip. It looks from the pictures below (thanks

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Living Church: Sharing God’s life together

Here's a reflection by Barry Dennis: The more organisation we bring to church life the less life it will contain. Walking alongside each other, encouraging one another, learning to love one another, experimenting with community together - that's the way of life. Do we know each others hopes and current struggles? That will only come out in the naturalness of relationships not at meetings. No church model will produce God’s life in us, it is the

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Book Group

Book Group:  The book group will meet again on Thursday 23rd January at 7.30pm at the Light House.  We are discussing The Little Coffee shop of Kabul by Deborah Rodriguez.  For more information speak to Shona.

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Over-60s Afternoon Tea

The next Afternoon Tea will take place in the Church from 2pm on Wednesday 22nd January. Please come and join us for coffee/tea, cakes and chat.

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Time Out

An opportunity for people of all ages to meet and relax together over crafts, coffee and cake. Next meeting 22nd January 2014. Start time 10:00. Creche provided.  Everyone welcome!

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