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Stewart Mackay’s induction to Dalneigh

The induction of Rev Stewart MacKay to Dalneigh Congregation will take place on Fridday 5th October at 7pm.  All are most welcome to attend.

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Bible passages for Sunday’s service
Babel 1

Genesis 11:1-9 The tower of Babel 11 Now the whole world had one language and a common speech. 2 As people moved eastward, they found a plain in Shinar and settled there. 3 They said to each other, ‘Come, let’s make bricks and bake them thoroughly.’ They used brick instead of stone, and bitumen for mortar. 4 Then they said, ‘Come, let us build ourselves a city, with a tower that reaches to the heavens, so that we may make a name for

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Afternoon Tea for the Over-60s: enjoyed by all

A wee note from Donald about Wednesday's Afternoon Tea for Over-60s, and some photos. Incredible how the time passes and I keep wondering where May, June, July & August have gone! However, we can all reflect on an incredible Summer complete with warmth and daily sunshine. Already there is a sense of Autumn around us and yesterday saw the resumption of Afternoon Tea at Hilton with a good turnout for the occasion.

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Housegroup questions on Genesis 9:1-17

Housegroup Questions on Genesis 9:1-17 What does this passage gave to say about the relationship between the human race and the natural world?(see verses 1-3, 8-10, 16)  What are the implications of this for our attitude to the environment?  How will it show in our behaviour towards living creatures? Why did Duncan say that God’s ‘covenant’ with humanity (v12-17) is more like a ‘promise’ than a ‘covenant’?   Why is this good news

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Bible passages for Sunday’s service

Genesis 9:1-17 God’s covenant with Noah 9 Then God blessed Noah and his sons, saying to them, ‘Be fruitful and increase in number and fill the earth. 2 The fear and dread of you will fall on all the beasts of the earth, and on all the birds in the sky, on every creature that moves along the ground, and on all the fish in the sea; they are given into your hands. 3 Everything that lives and moves about will be food for you. Just as I gave you

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Cauldeen Primary pupils donate food to Foodbank at their harvest service

The pupils from Cauldeen Primary came to Hilton Church this morning for their Harvest Service - here's a picture of all the food they donated to Foodbank in the course of the service.

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Book Group: September selection
Book Group

Shona reports about the August group meeting: We enjoyed our evening at Andreas on Thursday catching up after the summer break. We discussed the books we had chosen last time. Divided house  by  JM Dalgleish got 3.5/5. It was felt that it started slowly but it grew in interest and intrigue and had a good ending. The Underground Railroad  by Colon Whitehead got 4.5/5. We agreed it was an excellent read with a gripping storyline but some felt it

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Romania trip, 2019 Why not join the Hilton team?
Official camp photo

Romania Trip 2019: The Youth Project is planning a trip to Romania in the summer of 2019. The dates will be 27th July to 4th August. This trip will be open to adults as well as teenagers. An initial information evening will be held in the small hall on Tuesday, 4th September at 8pm. Please note that attendance at this meeting will not be taken as a commitment to go on the trip. All are most welcome to attend. Information leaflets are available here

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A.M.P.’D 2018 Performing arts week for young people, 22nd-26th October

What is A.M.P 'D? A.M.P 'D is a performing arts week run by Out of the Box (Scotland) Ltd, where young people can make new friends, develop creative skills and grow in faith. Each person attending will have a choice of creative streams where they will have the opportunity to work alongside professionals from the performing arts towards an end of week showcase where they can put all their new skills into practise. Who is A.M.P. aimed at? Young people:

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L’Arche story: summer in the forest
Summer in the forest

Summer in the forestscreening.  beautiful, joyful, thought provoking and moving film has been made, telling the story of L’Arche in France, which allows you to encounter Jean Vanier and some of the unique individuals that he has made home with.  We would love you to spend an evening watching it with some of our Community, on Friday 31st August, 7pm at King’s Inverness, Smithton.  It is a free event but you should register using this link.

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