Category Archives: Tarbert Church of Scotland
Tonight we have a Gaelic service at 6 PM, to which everyone is cordially invited.The service will be live-streamed using Zoom and YouTube from the church in Tarbert and will consist of Gaelic singings, prayers and sermon.We would be delighted to have you share in fellowship with us at this Gaelic service. The online Gaelic services have been consistently very well attended over the last year, and we look forward to your company and fellowship if you can make it on Sunday evening. Continue reading
at the prayer meeting on Wednesday was Philip Rose of OM International . We were blessed , challenged and encouraged by all that Philip had to share with us of OM’s work throughout the world. Continue reading
upils and teachers alike, but we are grateful to God for the enthusiasm and commitment that the Sunday school have shown in meeting over the last few weeks, both meeting in the church hall and on Zoom during the Sunday service. Continue reading
From Sunday 6th June everyone who has asked to attend Church in person will be able to attend each week, the bi-weekly bubbles will no longer apply. The same guidelines will be in place but we are now able to have more people in the church building.
We will have lists at the door, as before for track and trace details, and because of this we would ask if you are unable to attend any week that you drop us a quick email to email@example.com and let us know. This also means we will know what space we have for any visitors who want to attend Continue reading
Since the Pandemic starting, it has not been possible for us to welcome visitors as we would have wished. We missed having friends from all over the country and the world joining us on Sundays. We are pleased to announce that visitors will be warmly welcomed to join us from now on throughout the summer. Continue reading
It was with a profound sense of sadness and loss that many people in Harris and much further afield learned of the passing of Dr John Hay of Miavaig Uig, Isle of Lewis, on Sunday, the 9th of May. His … Continue reading
Our next Gaelic service is scheduled for this coming Sunday evening 25th April, at 6 PM, to which everyone is cordially invited.
The service will be live-streamed using Zoom and YouTube from the church in Tarbert and will consist of Gaelic singings, prayers and sermon. Continue reading
As we intimated this morning, we hope to start in-person services in the church a week today at 11 AM Sunday 18th April.
We are looking forward to getting back together to worship, so please get in touch and let us know as soon as possible if you would like to come to church by dropping a line to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact details and names of any others of whom you aware may wish to go to church.
By the middle of the week, we will be back in touch to let you know what happens next and send you some important information regarding our returning to in-person worship. Continue reading
For us as a Nation and as Commonwealth, now is a time to weep and mourn. The passing of Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh, the beloved husband of our Queen for seventy-three years, and Consort of our reigning Sovereign for over sixty years is in many ways the end of an era. Continue reading