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Pancakes with a purpose: the first Romania Fundraiser – 17th February

On Saturday 17th February come to the Church between 10am and 12noon to enjoy delicious fresh pancakes as well as support the team from Hilton Church who are going to Romania this summer to help run a camp for Children with Down’s Syndrome. £2 per person, this will get you a fresh pancake with a choice of toppings and tea or coffee.

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Get together behind Hilton Church’s 2018 Romania Team – help make a real difference to real people in Romania

A chance for you to make a difference A team from Hilton Church is going to Casa Harului in Romania again this summer, from 29th July until 4th August. (Click here to watch a video report of last year’s visit.) Alongside a Romanian team we’ll be working with children who have Down’s syndrome and their parents, providing both with a much-appreciated break from a routine which often includes economic hardship and discrimination against people

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Thanks from Lorna at Foodbank

Foodbank: Lorna would like to thank everyone who contributed to the Foodbank during 2017. A total weight of 325kgs of food were donated through the church. Without this kind of support Foodbank would not exis

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Christmas offerings
Christmas offering

Christmas Offerings: The offerings at the Watch Night Service and Christmas Day Service totalled £680. We are delighted to be able to split this amount between ‘Inverness Street Pastors’ and ‘The Highlands Supports Refugees’ charities. Many thanks to all who contributed.

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Jesus knows us better than we know ourselves
John at Cromarty

Just reading the Bible passages for Sunday’s service. Lots of stuff to think about with regard to keeping the church God-focussed, and about ‘when it’s right to be angry.’  But what struck me was John 2:24,25 – ‘Jesus …. knew all people…..he knew what was in each person.’ Jesus was so perceptive, so attuned to what was going on in the people he met that he discerned their hearts. He knew their motives, their fears, their hopes.

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Bible passages for Sunday’s service
Money changers

John 2:13-25 Jesus clears the temple courts 13 When it was almost time for the Jewish Passover, Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 14 In the temple courts he found people selling cattle, sheep and doves, and others sitting at tables exchanging money. 15 So he made a whip out of cords, and drove all from the temple courts, both sheep and cattle; he scattered the coins of the money-changers and overturned their tables. 16 To those who sold doves he said,

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House Group Questions on John 2:1-11 (The wedding at Cana)
Abundant Life

Housegroup Questions on John 2:1-11 A few questions to help us unpack the lessons Duncan taught from the story of the wedding at Cana. Feel free just to choose the ones which seem relevant to the group. What does the story of the wedding in Cana teach someone who is prone to compartmentalise their life, with a ‘holy’ part for church, and an ‘everyday’ part for the rest of life? Duncan said that Mary knew from experience that Jesus was ‘a

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Here are the songs we sang this Sunday
Taste and See

You’re the word of God the Father Take us to the river You are my refuge (This is Stephen Hutchison's lovely hymn – I couldn't find it on Youtube) Were I to cross from land to land O perfect love, o perfect sacrifice Praise Him you heavens and all that’s above

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Ways of wisdom

Love this, spotted this morning in th church hall. How different our lives can be as we seek this wisdom moment by moment!

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A new start for Brian

Brian Irvine starts work tomorrow in Inverness with a charity called Community Integrated Care. He'll be undergoing training at the Spectrum Centre this week, after which he will be 'shadowing' another carer for several shifts. Then he'll be working on his own, supporting two people in Hilton. Brian we pray that God will bless you in this new project, and others through you.

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