‘The Lord has brought me through this’: Hector Morrison’s recent brush with death

[This is a fuller version of the Christian Viewpoint article in last week's Highland News.] Hector Morrison, the Principal of Highland Theological College UHI left the house in his running gear shortly after 9am on Saturday 21st September to take part in the weekly Inverness Park run. He remembers nothing until a hazy recollection of the paramedic who was accompanying him in the ambulance as he was transferred from Raigmore Hospital to Aberdeen.

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Videos for Remembrance Sunday

'They still go' - here's the video Duncan showed us this morning which focuses on members of the armed forces who serve on our behalf today.    And here's the other video we watched this morning focussing on the allies who stood with the United Kingdom during the 2nd World War. Duncan emphasised the focus on 'standing together in time of need.'  

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Looking through eyes of love: Duncan’s sermon this morning
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This morning was Rembrance Sunday, when there is national remembering of those who have served in the armed forces, and those who have given their lives to preserve our freedom. Remembrance Sunday is also an opportunity to give thanks for those who, today serve in the forces. It’s appropriate that Duncan had chosen to speak this morning on what he suggested is probably the greatest story Jesus ever told, which we know as ‘The parable of the good

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Culture of Invitation Roadshow
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Culture of Invitation Roadshow is at Inverness on Monday 18th November The Church of Scotland Mission and Discipleship Council are delighted to welcome Michael Harvey (Back to Church Sunday, Weekend of Invitation) back to Scotland as he tours the country, meeting with church leaders, elders and members, encouraging them to think about invitation and how they can develop a culture of invitation within their congregation. Michael has mentored churches

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Family Cycling Group: Loch Morlich adventure, 16th November
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FAMILY CYCLING GROUP The next adventure will be on Saturday 16th November. Meet at 10am at the Glenmore Visitor Centre. We'll cycle together round Loch Morlich - and have tea/coffee/juice at the Visitor Centre to celebrate completion. For those wanting to do a little bit more, there will be an option to cycle to the Ryvoan Bothy. You can sign up on the sheet in the link corridor on Sunday. Please speak to Phil for more details! ALL WELCOME!

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Men’s event at the Roller Bowl
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Men’s Gathering:  The next Hilton men's group gathering will be at Rollerbowl on Saturday 30th November at 7pm. We are planning a few games of bowls, and there are still a few places left for the lanes we have booked.  Please contact Simon Varwell or Phil Gunn if you haven't already signed up or are not a part of the email or WhatsApp groups.

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Duncan’s Camino: hear all about it!
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Sunday Evening Gathering on 24th November In March/April of this year, Duncan went on a pilgrimage walk from St Jean Pied de Port in France to Finisterre on the west coast of Spain (via Santiago de Compostela), a distance of nearly 600 miles.  Duncan is going to share some of his experiences over the 34 day walk at 6.30pm on Sunday November 24th in Hilton Church. (Duncan's daily posts duing his walk are on the Blog - just search for the blog posts

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Bible Passage for Sunday’s service: The Good Samaritan
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Luke 10:25-37 The parable of the good Samaritan 25 On one occasion an expert in the law stood up to test Jesus. ‘Teacher,’ he asked, ‘what must I do to inherit eternal life?’ 26 ‘What is written in the Law?’ he replied. ‘How do you read it?’ 27 He answered, ‘“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind”; and, “Love your neighbour as yourself.”’

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Poems by Anne Thomas – Extra

Poems by Anne Thomas – Extra! This week, four more recent poems by Anne, the first two on her early experiences of parenthood. Firstborn   (Spring 1990) Was this the dawn of my motherhood? Or merely a gateway from darkness to light From inner seclusion To public display? You were joined to me Now we are separate. The first of many steps towards independence. A powerful moment Etched in eternity. As those first breaths pinked your face, What did

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Afternoon Tea photos

Thanks to Dawn Watt for these photos of the recent 'Afternoon Tea for Over-60s.' The next Afternoon Tea is on 20th November at 2pm    

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