Found out and seeking forgiveness
Clean heart

Bible passages for tomorrow: 2 Samuel 12:1-9:  Found out! The Lord sent Nathan to David. When he came to him, he said, ‘There were two men in a certain town, one rich and the other poor. 2 The rich man had a very large number of sheep and cattle, 3 but the poor man had nothing except one little ewe lamb that he had bought. He raised it, and it grew up with him and his children. It shared his food, drank from his cup and even slept in his arms.

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Musick Fyne Concert
Fyne wee

Out of the East The Resurrection Choir and Musick Fyne (Inverness) Join forces to perform Rachmaninov’s Vespers and a veriety of other exquisite choral works On Thursday 6th November 2014 at 8pm In Roskeen Parish Church, Perrins Road, Alness Interval refreshments – donations at the door Click here to see the beautiful flyer for the concert

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Gold at the Mod

Many congratulations to Angus MacLeod, one of our congregation, who won Gold at the Mod today! Here's a link to the article about Angus in Friday's Courier. The picture shows Mod Gold medallists - Eilidh Cormack, Portree & Angus MacLeod, Inverness. Meall do naidheachd!

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Christian Faith and John Buchan
Buchan two

Journalist and author Harry Reid will speak on how Christian faith influenced the life and writings of John Buchan and other eminent 20th century Scottish writer Inverness Town House, Friday 31st October 2014 7.30pm Born the son of a presbyterian minister in 1875, John Buchan is probably most famous for his spy thriller ‘The Thirty Nine Steps’. In addition to writing well over 100 books Buchan was, amongst other things, a government administrator

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Choosing Aslan

A reflection on this morning's service by John Dempster When I read the Bible passage for this morning’s service, I remembered an incident from one of the Narnia Chronicles by C. S. Lewis. The children are travelling in Narnia, and the most perceptive child Lucy (whose names means ‘light’) is sure she catches a glimpse, high above them among the trees, of Aslan, the great Lion who has meant so much to them in the past. But the others persuade

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God and our back and future stories
Choose serve

Bible passage for tomorrow's service - Joshua 24:1-15 The covenant renewed at Shechem Then Joshua assembled all the tribes of Israel at Shechem. He summoned the elders, leaders, judges and officials of Israel, and they presented themselves before God. 2 Joshua said to all the people, ‘This is what the Lord, the God of Israel, says: “Long ago your ancestors, including Terah the father of Abraham and Nahor, lived beyond the River Euphrates and

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Extraordinary God in an ordinary life: a day at the Light House
Steve and Merryn

Are you seeking a more powerful sense of God's presence, but don't know where to find it?  A deeper experience of Him, but don’t know how to achieve it?  Do you sometimes feel inadequate or let down because you don't get more spiritual 'fireworks'?  Join with others on this Retreat Day to discover how we can encounter God in the ordinary stuff of life and meet Him on our everyday paths; to recognise His hand and voice always at work and to know

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Church finances

There's a new report on the church finances and an encouragement to give generously from Julie here.

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Love one another
love one another

What encouraged me most about the service this morning was the two songs we sang after the sermon, in particular Hold on by Beth Croft and Nick Herbert: All for my Saviour who reigns in glory, All for the freedom that Christ has won I’m letting go of the pain I carry; My hopes and fears laid down Hold on, I’ll hold on to the cross. Hold on, hold on to the cross Love so amazing so divine. Hold on, I’ll hold on to the cross. Although my faith

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Pies, custard tarts, and the chemistry of broken hearts: the sweet experience of book group
Book Group

A wee report from Shona on last Thursday's Book Group Book group met last night at Andreas and as usual we had a lovely evening. Most folk had read Custard tarts and broken hearts but did not rate it highly. We found it to be slow and too predictable and too unrealistic. It received a sorry 2/5. The sweetness at the bottom of the pie had not been read by so many but had been enjoyed much more. It was felt to be engaging, with a different style of

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