Tag Archives: Isle of Harris
What do we have to be thankful for on Thanksgiving day? What could we possibly have reason to be thankful for in this ‘Annus Horribilis’, in this horrible year when everything seems to have gone wrong. Continue reading
This morning’s sermon is a more extended version of the earlier message on Zoom. Looking at some important little words in John 6:37.
Today we are going to think about assurance , or how we know that with certainty that we are Christians, and that we have a secure future hope because of Jesus Christ. Continue reading
As some of you may know Chrissie Macdonald passed away at the end of last month in Harris House. Her passing into the glory of heaven seems to echo the words of the apostle Paul in Philippians 1:21 .“ For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain’. Continue reading
This moring’s sermon from 1 Kings 19:12 “and after the earthquake a fire, but the Lord was not in the fire; and after the fire a still small voice.” Continue reading
In such challenging days as these, we look for direction and help in God’s word. This morning we look at Psalm 27 where the Psalmist affirms his confidence and trust in God. This wonderful psalm is a song of great assurance and comfort. It is also a war song, a song of celebration and a song of final and certain victory.
For David the Psalmist, The Lord is His focus in all His trials. The Lord is the one in whom he trusts. The Lord is His Confidence and assurance. Continue reading
Community Fellowship Saturday 8th December 7.30 PM. Tarbert Community Centre . A night of praise and testimony. All proceeds will go towards Harris House Comfort Fund. Continue reading
Today is the last Sunday that Wilf and Pat Urquhart are going to be with us. As a congregation we have been blessed by their ministry in many different ways over the past few weeks, and they leave us with many good memories. During the summer months the congregation has been well served by the pulpit ministry and faithful pastoral endeavours of two exemplary ministry couples, the Rev Donald Angus and Mrs Rachel Maclennan and Mr Wilf and Mrs Pat Urquhart. We thank them warmly for all that they have done whilst with us here in Tarbert, and we pray that being in Harris during the summer will have been a blessing to themselves as well. Continue reading
If stones could speak what stories they would have to tell? What if still older stones could speak to tell of the events that unfolded at Passover in Jerusalem over two thousand years ago? What stories the ancient stones of the Kidron Valley and the Mount of Olives could tell? What stories the garden of Gethsemane could tell? Continue reading