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Grief matters; A time to remember

Grief Matters Highland: a time toremember - 'Imprints' You are warmly invited to a memorial service in the Highland Hospice, Netley Centre on Saturday 9th November at 11am.  All are welcome and refreshments will be served afterwards. For more information call 01463 227919.

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Supporting local people through bereavement
Grief matters

Grief Matters Highland Supporting local people through bereavement Living with Grief – Bereavement Support Group: Grief Matters Highland will be running their ‘Living with Grief’ sessions between November and January; these are facilitated by Highland Hospice. There are 10 spaces, offered on a first come first served basis. For information or to register your interest, contact Diane on 01463 227919 or email

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New: Craft/Repair Cafe

Repair/Craft Cafe: Shona is planning on starting this group on Thursday 14th November, 7.30pm to 9.00pm in the Lighthouse. Come along with any clothes you would like to repair or items you would like to make or recycle or bring along your own crafts e.g. knitting, crochet, felting, card making etc. Come along too if you would like to have a go at making something or learning a new craft. An evening to be creative and enjoy tea, coffee, cake and chat.

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Listening and Doing: Summary of Phil’s sermon on James 1:10-27

Words are important! That was the theme of the first part of Phil’s sermon yesterday morning, when he was continuing his series on James, speaking on James 1:19-27. Words are especially important when they are God’s words to us. James makes it clear, Phil pointed out, that ‘the word’ offers new birth (v18), brings salvation (v21), brings blessing to us in the here-and-now as we translate it into action (v25) So responding to God’s word

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Remembering those who have gone before

Sunday was ‘All Saints’ Sunday when traditionally the Church reflects with thanksgiving on the lives of those who have passed on to join the ‘great crowd of witnesses.’  There was a table of lit tealights at the front of the church for the duration of the service, and we were free to light a candle and place it with the others in memory of someone no longer with us.  The service began with reflection and singing. Phil spoke about the sadness

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Coffee Morning for Hilton Family Support
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'A great thing to do on dreich morning,' Jane posted earlier on Facebook, advertising the Coffee Morning and Jumble Sale to be held in the church this morning in aid of Hilton Family Support. It looks like we all agreed - a great crowd of folk of all ages came together to have a chat, drink tea and eat cake, enjoy the Bouncy Castle, and buy books, toys, cothes and hardware. It was great fun, and I think we all enoyed ourselves, no doubt raising a

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Bible passage for Sunday: James 1:19-27
James 1 27

This Sunday, Phil is continuing his series on James James 1:19-27 Listening and doing 19 My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry, 20 because human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires. 21 Therefore, get rid of all moral filth and the evil that is so prevalent, and humbly accept the word planted in you, which can save you. 22 Do not merely

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Poems by Anne Thomas – 12
Anne Thomas

Poems by Anne Thomas – 12 (The final instalment of poems from Anne’s book Nettle Songs – poems she wrote as a teenager and young woman.) Out of the depths   (26th February 1989) In the depths of your despair, Amid the shattered fragments of your hope, Among the remnants of your faith, When you have reached the bottom, Know that I have gone deeper still Right into the depths of Hell, And I came back victorious To reign in life with you. Surely

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Hilton Family Support Coffee Morning – THIS SATURDAY
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Hi is Worthy!

Here's a video of last week's AMP young people singing He is Worthy under the musical direction of  Matthew Todd.  

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