Over-60s afternoon tea – and a birthday celebration!
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Donald reports that the final over-60s afternoon tea before the summer break took place on Wednesday, and was well-attended. The photos show everyone having a good time - especially John Shand whose birthday was celebrated in style!  Watch the web-site for news of the Over-60s afternoon tea starting up again after the holidays!

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Facing a task unfinished
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A very personal reflection on this morning's service from John Dempster: Chris Watt caught the theme of this morning’s service in his talk to the children. He described a World Cup Football manager, training up his team over many matches and many years, only to see them walk off the pitch when the referee blew his whistle to start their first match in Brazil. He described the director of a musical – Chris himself is directing Hilton Primary School’s

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Well done, Jean!
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Mission Aviation Fellowship – Big Picture 2014:   Jean Green successfully completed her Zip Slide in aid of MAF last Saturday.  She is delighted to announce that so far she has managed to raise £771.50.  Jean wishes to thank all those who sponsored her.  If you didn’t manage to sponsor Jean before-hand, I’m sure she would still be happy to receive any donations. See here for more information about Mission Aviation Fellowship.

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A lovely laughter-filled evening – Book Group report
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Just to say that we met last Thursday and had a lovely laughter filled evening as usual. We discussed "The girl who saved the king of Sweden" and as usual it received a mixed review! Some gave it 4/5 while others could not get into it at all! Very few had read The Book Thief so we did not discuss it much! This month we are reading "The Kabul Beauty School" by Deborah Rodriguez and /or "Summer's Child" by Diane Chamberlain We meet again on Thursday

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Breathe on us breath of God
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A report and personal reflection on this morning's service by John Dempster Report David Whillis led this morning’s service. It’s Pentecost Sunday, when Christians around the world remember the day God gave the gift of the Holy Spirit to the fledgling church. For the children’s part of the service, David organised a drama symbolising the coming of the Spirit, and the impact of the Spirit’s presence upon the disciples, and on the crowd. The

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Highland Foodbank needs you!!!
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The Highland Foodbank requires volunteers to help at their next supermarket collection on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th July from 10am until 5pm at both Tesco Extra stores in Inverness.  They require a minimum of 11 volunteers for each day at each store, and are looking for people who are willing to give two hours of their time to hand out shopping lists to customers, asking them to consider donating an item of food from the list.  They also require

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An invitation to hear about “The Vicar of Baghdad”
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At Dingwall Free Church on Friday 20th June at 7.30pm. St Georges Church Baghdad is involved in distributing food aid to destitute families (irrespective or regilion or politics)  It has it's own clinic treating over 2000 patients each month free of charge and it welcomes everyone. David Post is a retired vicar and has been cycling up and down the UK in order to encourage support and raise money for the Canon Andrew White's Foundation for Relief

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HIlton Church Annual Picnic
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Hilton Church Annual Picnic:  Jonathan and Susie Fraser have very kindly volunteered to organise this year’s picnic.  The picnic will be held on Sunday 22nd June at 12.30pm at Bellfield Park.

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Laura Keen: destination Guatemala
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Laura writes:   This August I will be travelling to Guatemala to volunteer on a 3 week 'STEP' children's project with the Christian mission agency Latin Link. On Sunday the 15th June between 3 and 5pm there will be a small fundraising event here in the church, where I will be sharing a little bit about what I am off to do, with afternoon tea, baking and various musical performances too! I would love to see you there, even if you just want to pop

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Activities this week!
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Don't forget Wednesday 4th June 10am Time Out - an opportunity for people of all ages to meet and relax over crafts, coffee and cake! Creche provided. Everyone welcome! Thursday 5th June 7pm - 9.30pm Thursday Cafe at the Light House. Thursday 5th June 7.30pm Book Group at the Light House. This month the group has been reading The Book Thief by Markus Zusak and/or The girl who saved the king od Sweden by Jonas Jonasson        

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