SUMMER FAMILY SERVICE and more

SUMMER FAMILY SERVICE

On Sunday morning  we meet together with the Sunday school to mark the end of this year’s Sunday school session with a special family service.  The  theme for the service will be ‘GREATER’ in which we will look  in three short all-age talks at how the Bible teaches that Jesus is simply Greater in every respect than anything or anyone else.

Talk 1 GREATER IN POWER
Talk 2 GREATER IN LOVE
 Talk 3 GREATER THAN THE WORLD 

A warm invitation is given to everyone to join us  at 11 am for this celebration of the work of the Sunday school.

Please remember that during the Summer holidays we will be running a Summer Sunday club during the morning service for primary age young people. This year we will be using Scripture Union’s  PYRAMID ROCK  material,  which is based on the story of Joseph in the book of Genesis. After the young people’s talk each Sunday morning, the Summer Sunday club will meet in the Macrae centre to watch a DVD clip of the Joseph story and fill in the work book for the week. All young people including visitors very welcome each week.

Gaidhlig Service 

Please note that as has been intimated over the past two weeks we will be going back into the church on Sunday evening 25th June  for the Gaidhlig service at 6PM. It is in a way a good problem that the church hall is not big enough for the Gaidhlig service, especially when so many other areas  are experiencing  very small numbers at Gaidhlig services. Everyone is encouraged to try and sit together in the front centre section of the church sanctuary. Other areas downstairs of the church will be roped off during the evening Gaidhlig service from now on.

Praise Night

We will meet after the evening Gaidhlig service tomorrow night Sunday 25th June for a short and informal time of praise and worship in the Macrae centre at about 7.30 pm.  Everyone is welcome to join us for some music and singing of praise songs old and new, traditional and contemporary.

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