Morning worship on Zoom Sunday 22nd November looking at Mary Magdalene in the Women of Faith sermon series.
Edited version of Prayer meeting study from Judges 4
Sunday evening Gaelic service via Zoom
“ Oir cha do gabh sibh a riamh roimhibh air an rathad seo” ( Iosua 3:4)
MORNING SERVICE VIA ZOOM SUNDAY 15TH NOVEMBER 29020
Tomorrow night sees the first Gaelic service to be held in Tarbert Church since the lockdown began...
Category Archives: Congregational Letters
I hope that this letter finds you and yours well during these strange days in which we find ourselves. This year is one that no-one living through it will forget, and will most likely be spoken of and taught in future history classes. These are unprecedented and challenging times for all of us. Continue reading
Bliadhna Mhath Ùr dhuibh uile nuair a thig i ! A happy New year to you all when it comes. I take this opportunity to write my customary New Year’s Day letter going out on the last Sunday of the old year, simply to wish you all God’s richest blessings for the New Year. I hope and pray that everyone had a happy and blessed Christmas time, and that it might be in faith and confidence in God that we look forward to 2019. Continue reading
Stated Annual Meeting Letter issued to the Congregation on Sunday 4th March 2018 Dear friends As I write this, much of the rest of the country is shivering and struggling to cope with ‘the Beast from the East’ as the … Continue reading
My New Year letter to the Congregation is a bit different this year for obvious reasons, in that I am currently on sick leave following my operation in November. As I informed people via video message at the Christmas eve service, I am getting better each day and making good progress. It has been a long and at times difficult journey . A journey is easier though when others walk with us, and so I should like to thank all of you for your ceaseless prayers for me and my family, and for every practical and prayerful support and encouragement we have received during these past two months Continue reading