Sunday morning 18th October 2020 in our " Women of Faith " sermon series, we look at the moving and inspiring story of Hannah - a story of Godly discontentment."
“Iarraibh an Tighearna , am feadh a tha e ra fhaotainn; gairmibh air, am feadh a tha e am fagas”. ( Isaiah 55:6)
11 An Dàmhair 2020
Morning Sermon ( Via Zoom/ YouTube Live) First of a new series Women of Faith - Today Ruth
Category Archives: Tarbert Church of Scotland
A tribute to the late Mr Bill Kenyon from the Kirk Session written by our Session Clerk Rev Donald John Morrison.
The news that our esteemed and much-loved elder Bill Kenyon had passed away in Harris House on Wednesday evening 26th August at the age of 94 years was received with much sadness not only by our congregation but throughout the wider community in Harris. Continue reading
Paul’s second letter to Timothy is believed to be the last letter written by the apostle Paul shortly before he was executed on the orders of Emperor Nero. Paul knows that he doesn’t have long to live, but the letter is a heartwarming, poignant, urgent counsel and appeal to his young friend Timothy. Paul the aged apostle is giving these words of counsel and advice to his young disciple Timothy who is going to follow him into leadership. Continue reading
Tarbert, Harris Church of Scotland
A Statement from the Kirk Session
The announcement last week by the Scottish Government that church buildings could now open, with certain conditions, was a welcome indication of continued improvement in the situation relating to Covid-19 in Scotland. Along with other churches, our Kirk session met to consider the next steps and how we would proceed. Continue reading
This weekend finds us in midsummer once again. Today (Saturday 20th June) is known as the longest day when we enjoy more daylight than at any other time of the year. It is a time that many of us have looked forward to, and try to make the most of these few weeks of summer. The weather has indeed been glorious lately, but from now on the days will get shorter and the nights will grow inexorably longer. As we contemplate the thought of a long Harris winter – it be might be a welcome thought for the Sun to stand still for a while – quite a while! Continue reading
Wednesday Prayer Meeting Wednesday 25th March
We have moved our video stream to YouTube.
Tonight we come together to pray about and look at the first part of Psalm 91 Continue reading
This is the first of a series of video sermons from our church, which are being recorded due to the closures made necessary by the Coronavirus outbreak. On Mother’s day, we look at one of the first ‘mums’ mentioned in … Continue reading
Covid 19 Coronavirus. As we are all no doubt aware, the Coronavirus Pandemic is currently at the forefront of everyone’s thinking. Given the threat posed by Coronavirus or COVID 19, the Kirk Session has decided that for the time being the following measures will be taken to limit the risks to worshippers at Tarbert Church of Scotland. Continue reading
Last Sunday morning, we began a new sermon series entitled “Blessed,” looking at the Beatitudes in Matthew chapter 5. The Beatitudes is the name commonly given to the first part of what we know as the Sermon on the Mount. Continue reading
I take this opportunity to write my customary New Year letter which goes out on the first Sunday of the New year. I simply want to wish you all God’s richest blessings for the year that lies ahead of us. 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 a new decade beginning in 2020. This year I am happy to be writing in similar terms to the congregation of Manish Scarista of which I am Interim Moderator during their period of vacancy Continue reading
Christmas cards for the housebound
The Sunday school and creche have been busy once again making Christmas cards . These unique cards have been specially made to bless the housebound and elderly in the congregation and will be delivered with the gift bags that will be made up by the ACTS group. Continue reading