Monthly Archives: January 2017

Small group questions on Ros’s sermon on Luke 6:1-16
Sundays in 1950s

Small group questions on Luke 6:1-16 Here are some questions based on Ros Noble’s sermon on Sunday on Luke 6:1-16. I’m not actually sure if any groups are meeting this week – the two evening groups are meeting fortnightly – but I thought I’d do some questions anyway.  Please let me know if questions are needed on the weeks when the evening groups are not meeting. (John) Ros spoke about her experiences of Sunday as a child and young person

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Here are the songs we sang this morning

Immortal, Invisible God only wise He is Lord When I survey I cast my mind to Calvary Hide me under your wing What a friend we have in Jesus  

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Resting in God: a report of this morning’s sermon from Ros
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This morning Ros Noble was preaching on Luke 6:1-16. It was a warm, sensitive sermon, alive with the love of God, and it’s a privilege to be able to make it more widely available on-line in this report, and in the podcast which will be added to the site in due course. Sabbath Ros explored with us the significance of the word ‘Sabbath.’  She told us that when she was growing up in the 1950s and 60s, Sunday was a special day. She and her brother

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A message from Highland Foodbank…..

Highland Foodbank thank all within the congregation who faithfully responded to the appeals for food last year. December was a busy month at Foodbank….seeing a record number of people coming to the Centres and in addition 50 Christmas Hampers were distributed locally. If you are able to donate during January and February, the following items will be greatly appreciated: Long Grain Rice Tinned Ham Tinned Corn Beef Soap/Shower Gel Donations can be

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Hector finds not-so-minor prophets have something to say to the 21st century

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Is another world possible? Advance notice of Sunday-evening series for Lent

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Bible readings for tomorrow’s service

Luke 6:1-16 Jesus is Lord of the Sabbath 6 One Sabbath Jesus was going through the cornfields, and his disciples began to pick some ears of corn, rub them in their hands and eat the grain. 2 Some of the Pharisees asked, ‘Why are you doing what is unlawful on the Sabbath?’ 3 Jesus answered them, ‘Have you never read what David did when he and his companions were hungry? 4 He entered the house of God, and taking the consecrated bread, he

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Small Group questions on Luke 5:1-11

As always, please just choose the questions which seem right for your group! Duncan began his sermon by describing a Presbytery event he, Jonathan and Fiona had attended on Saturday. This conference explored ways of being church which don’t focus solely on the church building, but enable us to connect with those around us in ways relevant to the current culture, with all its emphasis on social media.  Do you agree that on-going change is necessary

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Here are the songs we sang this morning

You’re the word of God the Father All to Jesus I surrender Your grace is enough Will you come and follow me I’m laying down my life My heart is filled with thankfulness .

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Jesus in the workplace: a report of Duncan’s sermon on Luke 5:1-11
Jesus workplace

Jesus in the workplace [Note: Duncan was particularly emphasising our role as Christians in the workplace in this sermon. But everything he says applied to every other role we find ourselves in – as a parent, or a househusband, as a school student, as an elderly resident in a care home, as someone struggling with ill-health. The powerful message of this sermon applies equally in those contexts too. Jesus is with us, in all our everydays. We notice

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