We await confirmation from Presbytery that our Risk Assessment meets the required standard for the reopening of our churches. It is our intention to gather for worship on Sunday 4th October in Channelkirk Church at 1030. Thereafter services will alternate between Lauder (11th October) and Channelkirk (18th October) – and so on.
For up to date information, and the necessary booking of a pew seat for each service, please contact our Session Clerk, Billy Anderson on 07384720245.
These past weeks we have been considering the importance and benefits of God’s Bounty in our harvests.Harvests come in many forms; we have considered
the harvest of the earth and seas.
The other harvests for which we give thanks are from the dockyards,
factories, mills, mines and workshops. Their products help to sustain
our economy which ensures our wellbeing.
We express our thanks to God for these Harvests formally at our Harvest
Thanksgiving Services. Our expressions of gratitude must not stop when we leave these Services. even in these difficult days.
By nature we are selfish beings, by grace we are thankful. It is a grace which we should grow, as we realise more and more just how good God is and how
freely He gives.
Without the grace of gratitude we become miserable and reap a destiny of gloom.
With it our vision of the goodness of God will steadily grow and our lives will be filled with Joy.
n all things we say ”Thanks be to God ”.