Worship 1.12.2020

Greetings from our interim moderator. Christmas is not cancelled as some may be trying to tell us. Christmas is coming – which is one of the many Carols we do normally like singing in Church at this time, as we light the advent candles that brightly burn in a ring....

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Worship 15th November 2020

The  current  restrictions  in  place  to  control  the  spread  of  the  coronavirus        meant  that  there  was  a  limit  to  the  number  of  folk  who  were  permitted  to      share  in  Christian  Worship  in  Churches  and  to  gather  at  War  Memorials. ...

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Worship 8th November 2020

At  this  time  of  Remembrance  we  have  to  consider  what  it  is  that  we  are  remembering ? Or perhaps the question should be '  Whom  are  we  remembering ? '   As  the  symbol  of  the  Poppy  and  the  date  of  Remembrance  are  linked  with    the ...

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Worship 1st November 2020

  All  Saint's  Day,  also  known  as  All  Hallows'  Day,  was  celebrated  in  Churches  in  this  country,  this  year  on 1st  November.  Marking  this  Day  provides  an        opportunity  to  remember  those  who  were  a  positive  influence  in  our ...

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Worship – 26th October 2020

The  story  of  Jesus  raising  Lazarus  of  Bethany  from  the  dead  is  told  only  in  St  John's  Gospel   and  is  one  of  the  dramatic  stories  told  in The  Bible..   When  Jesus  arrived  at  the  tomb,  to  everyone's  horror  He  ordered  the ...

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Worship 18th October 2020

Following  in  the  way  of  Christ  our  Saviour  requires  us  to  take  a  direction  in   life  that  we  would  not  have  considered  taking  but  for  the  presence  of  God    with  us  in  this  our  earthly  life.   Last  week  we  considered  the ...

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Worship 6th October 2020

When  we  consider  the Sermon  on the Mount we begin to have a deeper understanding of  Jesus,  the  Sermon  on  the  Mount comes  alive  even  though  we  cannot  fully  understand  it  apart  from the  vision  itgives  of  Him  who  gave  it.   To  fully ...

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Worship 27th September 2020

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...

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Worship 21st September 2020

CELEBRATING   HARVEST   God's  bounty  is  never  ending   As  the  grain from  the  fields is safely garnered, the vegetables  from  the  gardens, the  produce  from  the  greenhouse  the  fruits  from  the  orchards  and  the  harvest of  the  seas  are ...

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WORSHIP 15th September 2020

  HARVEST  THANKSGIVING   At  this  time of the year farmers are busy bringing in the harvest of their labours.   Eighty  years  ago  the  farmers  in  the  South  East  of  England  when  they  were  bringing  in  their  harvest  did  so  as  the ...

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