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Looking at Jesus: thoughts from John on this morning’s sermon
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John writes: A powerful sermon. Jesus who died in order that we might live; the light which rescues us from darkness. What does ‘looking to Jesus’ mean to us today and in the week ahead? For some ‘looking to Jesus’ will mean major transformation. Someone who has been struggling with darkness of one kind or another – for example an addiction, a way of life which is corrosive to them and to others, a shattering of the foundation on which

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Look and Live! Wee report of Duncan’s sermon this morning
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Next Sunday marks the start of Advent, Duncan told us this morning, the four Sundays running up to Christmas in which we explore themes of darkness and light. ‘The people who walked in darkness, have [in Christ] seen a great light.’  (Isaiah 9:2) In fact, Duncan continued, we begin this study of light and darkness today in contrasting our final passage from the book of Numbers, 21:1-9 with some verses in John’s gospel quoting Jesus. The early

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Bible passages for tomorrow’s service
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Numbers 17:1-13 The budding of Aaron’s staff 17 [The Lord said to Moses, 2 ‘Speak to the Israelites and get twelve staffs from them, one from the leader of each of their ancestral tribes. Write the name of each man on his staff. 3 On the staff of Levi write Aaron’s name, for there must be one staff for the head of each ancestral tribe. 4 Place them in the tent of meeting in front of the ark of the covenant law, where I meet with you. 5 The

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Photos of yesterday’s ‘Afternoon Tea’
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Photos of yesterday's Afternoon Tea, from Donald Donald says: Despite the November chill in the air, a generous number enjoyed the afternoon for up to date cross-chats! Most enjoyable. The next Afternoon Teas will be on December 19th, ever so close to Christmas Day and we shall have Hilton School singing their hearts out with Seasonal Carols to I am sure, an extremely appreciative audience.

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A pursuit of beauty
Ewing Brambling

On Sunday, Duncan tried an experiment which involved us all listening to Luke 10:1-17 read twice by Eilidh in the wonderful Message version. We then had to use our smartphone (if we had them!) to enter the word or phrase into an on-line site which generated a word-cloud which we were able to watch unfolding on the screen in front of us.  One phrase which captured quite a few folks’ imagination was where Jesus told the 70 people he was sending

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Church lunch photos

After church this morning, we had a lovely soup, bread, chesse and cake lunch! Thanks to everyone who organised this, provided food, served, and washed up afterwards                                        

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Bible passages for Sunday’s service
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Numbers 11:16-35 16 The Lord said to Moses: “Bring me seventy of Israel’s elders who are known to you as leaders and officials among the people. Have them come to the tent of meeting, that they may stand there with you. 17 I will come down and speak with you there, and I will take some of the power of the Spirit that is on you and put it on them. They will share the burden of the people with you so that you will not have to carry it alone.

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Thank you Stewart…..
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‘Missed you on Sunday!’ said Stewart Wallace when I met him at the Light House this morning. And he was right – I explained that we were away at a wedding last weekend. ‘Missed you too,’ I added. And I meant it. I’m sure we all really appreciate Stewart’s smile, his warm welcome, his uncomplicated acceptance of us as we are. And when I spoke to Dason and Connor at the Light House Café, where Stewart helps out most days, they described

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Dason and Co are the team for you: Latest news from the Light House Cafe
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Amazingly, it’ll be three years come April since Dason MacAlpine took over the Light House Café at Hilton Church! Today, over a cup of coffee and a delicious custard cream, Dason updated me on recent developments. He has experimented with menus over the last few years, and currently serves breakfast and lunch as well as tea, coffee, soft drinks, cakes and traybakes – the Café is open at present Monday to Friday from 9am – 3pm. Dason tells

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Hilton Elder Lesley Blaikie receives NHS Scotland Nurse Award for 2018
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Hilton Church elder Lesley Blaikie has been  in the local news recently.  A nurse-specialist based at Raigmore Hospital and supporting patients with cystic fibrosis and their families across the Highlands, Lesley received the NHS Scotland’s 2018 Nurse Award at a ceremony earlier this month, as her dad William, husband Craig and son Adam looked on proudly. I met up with Lesley to chat about her story, and her passion for nursing. Lesley is a ‘Highland

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