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Sailors Society Meeting: Rev Mark Warner and Hannah Willard from the Sailors Society will be visiting Inshes Church at 7.30 pm on Friday 2nd May, during their visit to Scotland. They will be sharing stories about the work of Sailors Society in Scotland, the U.K. and around the world, supporting some of the world’s 1.5 million merchant seafarers, upon whom we all depend for over 90% of the world trade.” The Sailors Society is a Christian charity,

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Highland Theological College – 20th anniversary
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HTC 20th Anniversary: During 2014 HTC celebrates its 20th anniversary with a programme of special events, including a special Thanksgiving Service on Friday 2nd May at 7.30pm in the East Church, Inverness. This event will look back over the past 20 years, giving us opportunity to thank God for the amazing way in which HTC has come into existence and has grown and developed under His care and guidance. We will also look forward to what He has in store

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Let’s get crafty!
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    On Thursday 1st and 15th May from 7.15pm-9,30pm we are planning launching a craft evening in the Light House. Bring along any craft project you are working on and enjoy a coffee and cake and chat while you work. If you want to learn a new craft or share your skills then there will be the opportunity to do so. Whether it is knitting,crochet, cross stitch, jewellery making, patchwork, sewing or something else. If it's portable bring it

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A smile from God
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Don't know if you've been following the new series of Rev. Here's a link to a moving blog post from Matt Wright, a Baptist minister, about this week's episode.

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Hope was born in a garden
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Some lovely pictures from Rory Macpherson taken on Sunday - the daffodil cross in the church, and two scenes in the church garden after the service, in perfect Easter Sunday sunshine.    

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Living the resurrection
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I  was just thinking during the service this morning of what the practical implications are for me, and for each of us, in the coming week, of the fact that Jesus rose from death, that Jesus is alive. Here are some of the ones I thought of: We do not need to fear death because Jesus has conquered death Jesus, through his Spirit will accompany us through this week whatever it brings us of joy or of darkness In times of difficulty, we need not despair

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Gold at the end of the rainbow
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A report and reflection on this morning's Easter Sunday service by John Dempster We’d a lovely Easter Sunday all-age service this morning at Hilton. The first thing we saw when we went in the door was the big wooden cross in front of the congregation covered with candles and daffodils, no longer threatening. Duncan spoke about the role of colour in communicating a message, and the fact that we attach different colours to varying moods and experiences.

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Let hm easter in us
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For me, five words from the end of Gerard Manley Hopkins’ poem The wreck of the Deutschland  form one of the most powerful phrases in the English language: ‘Let him easter in us.’ Hopkins’ poem begins with a description of a ‘dark night’ experience. ‘Thou has bound bones and veins in me, fastened me flesh and after it almost unmade’, but then he adds, in words which sometimes reduce me to tears ‘Over again I feel thy finger and

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The darkness before the dawn
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‘This is the time of day that is worse than night.’  A poignant line from John Betjeman’s poem Five o’clock shadow. The poet is in bed in a hospital ward, alone with his fears. Life goes on around him – the nurses share tea in their office; the doctors play golf on the links; but for Betjeman, there is only darkness. For Jesus’s followers the Sabbath following his crucifixion would have been a day worse than night. After the crisis and

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‘I love these people’
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A personal reflection from John Dempster on last night's communion and footwashing service at the Lighthouse: Anyone seeing what was on the tables at the Lighthouse last night may have been a little intrigued at what we were doing. We were sitting with plates in front of us on which Jonathan and Eilidh had placed unleavened bread, and parsley, small cubes of lamb, sweet and bitter spices, hard boiled egg, and a little container of salty water. There

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