Monthly Archives: August 2016

Wind and Spirit Tour
Latin Link

Latin Link At the Service this morning, we’d a visit from four folk involved in the Latin Link’s ‘Wind & Spirit’ tour of the Great Glen.  Some time ago, we had a visit from Latin Link’s Scottish Co-ordinator Martin Haworth, who told us about the work of this Mission in the Latin American countries. On Friday, a group of 12 people who have been involved with Latin Link as ‘Steppers’  (short term workers) or ‘Striders’ (longer-term

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God our Father – and other thoughts from John on this morning’s sermon

Lots of things to think about in today’s sermon. I think the thing which struck me most was the reminder that God (transcendent mystery though God is) comes to us in tenderness and strength as ‘Father.’ (Though I acknowledged last week that some of us find it hard to see God as ‘Father’ so disturbing have been our own experience of fathers.)  There is a wholeness and joy to be found in glimpsing that we are loved and cherished – and

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The Lord’s Prayer 1 Sermon from Jonathan

Today, we began a series focusing on the Lord’s Prayer. Jonathan was the preacher – he gave us an introduction to the Prayer, and a detailed look at the first clause of the Prayer as Luke records it. Here’s a wee report on Jonathan’s talk. Words in italics, other than the Bible passage, are John’s thoughts on what Jonathan said. 2 [Jesus] said to them, “When you pray, say: “‘Father, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come. 3 Give

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