Prayer and Reflection

Duncan mentioned the other Sunday the great benefit which is to be found in regularly reading and reflecting on the Bible. A new year in the calendar of the church begins with the start of Advent in early December. Duncan mentioned that he particularly appreciates a book, issued annually, called Reflections for Daily Prayer.  This draws on the the Monday-Saturday Lectionary readings, and includes a reflection from an able spiritual writer in the

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Community Nativity

There will be a Community Nativity celebration organised by the Church in Hilton Primary School on Sunday 22nd December at 3.30pm.  Everyone welcome! Come and join the Celebration!

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Oran Nollaig / Christmas Gaelic Song

Aig an Seirbheis Theaghlaich air 22 Dùbhlachd 2013 bidh sinn a seinn laoidh Gàidhlig, Leanabh an Àigh. Chuireamaid fàilte air clann-sgoile, òigridh agus inbhich sam bith a bu thoil a bhi na luib, agus ma tha uidh agaibh pàirt a ghabhail ann, gheibhear fonn agus faclan tron cheangal a leanas. At the Family Service on 22 December 2013 we will be singing a Gaelic hymn Leanabh an Aigh (The Blessed Child, also translated into English as Child

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Web site news

Someone mentioned the other day that the photos on this web site are a little bit dated!  My apologies for this - Jonathan is arranging for up-to-date photos to be taken, but we decided that in order to get the site live, we'd regard it as a 'work-in-progress'.  Please rest assured that the new photos will be up on the site as soon as possible. And do keep the comments coming - it's our site as a Church , for communicating effectively to one another

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Energy news

Energy News:  Our church electricity use is now equivalent to that generated by the solar panels on the hall over a year and insulation has cut gas use to 60% of what it was, but why not go a stage further? There are 14 bike racks and it would be great to see them all full or why not join Highland Liftshare and cut your transport and carbon costs or help someone come to church who couldn't make it otherwise? The early church used to fast so that

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Out of the Box presents AMP

Out of the Box (Scotland) Ltd presents A.M.P: A.M.P. is a performing arts week where young people can make new friends, develop creative skills and grow in faith. It will run from Monday 17th February to Friday 21st February 2014 in Hilton Parish Church from 10.00am to 3.30pm and is for young people in P6 through to S2. Each person attending will have a choice of creative streams where they will have the opportunity to work alongside professionals

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A ‘thankyou’ to Hilton Church from Highland Foodbank

The Church supports Highland Foodbank, which provides emergency three-day supplies of food to individuals and families  in Inverness and other parts of the Highlands. Lorna Dempster, the Foodbank Co-ordinator for Inverness and Nairn tells us that in the course of this  year we've contributed 177 kilos of food.  Lorna writes 'It's only through the generosity of churches like users that we are able to continue to meet the needs of the thousands

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Real Advent Calendar

From the people who gave us the Real Easter Egg, there now comes a Charity Fairtrade Chocolate Calendar presenting the real message of Christmas. Behind each window this is a Fairtrade chocolate star and a line from the Christmas story. Behind the last window there's a 24-page copy of the story of Jesus' birth. Calendars can be purchased from here or from Tesco supermarkets. For more details, please see Margaret Lamond.

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Chica Charm!

Hilton Church's parenting skills group for single parents. Every Thursday morning, 9.30-11.30.  More details under the Community tab

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