Monthly Archives: February 2015

Stepping or Striding: a challenge to work with Latin Link
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At this morning’s service we heard from Martin Howarth, the Scottish Co-ordinator for Latin Link, a mission agency working in South America – Laura Keen from Hilton Church worked with Latin Link on a three-week programme in Guatemala last summer. Martin is on a mission – to sign up 20 people from Scotland who feel a sense of call to work on short, or longer-term programmes with Latin Link. Martin highlighted two objectives of Latin Link in

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Building healthy relationships
Reconciliation

This morning, Duncan was preaching on Matthew 18:15-35, exploring Jesus’ teaching on maintaining good relationships in the community of his followers. Duncan reminded us that on the 7th March we’re all invited to meet and contribute to discussions on the Hilton Church of the future, as we seek to discern which, of the many things we could do, God is actually calling us to do. It is a huge encouragement when it penetrates to our hearts, as it

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Did you not know what the Holy One can do with dust?
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Did you not know what the Holy One can do with dust? Here's a link to the blog post by Jan Richardson which Duncan referred to at the Ash Wednesday reflection this evening at the Light House. It contains a moving poem, which Duncan read: Blessing the Dust A Blessing for Ash Wednesday All those days you felt like dust, like dirt, as if all you had to do was turn your face toward the wind and be scattered to the four corners or swept away by the smallest

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