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...
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This morning’s sermon is from 1 Thessalonians 3 and looks at Paul’s concern for, and longing to be with the Christians in Thessalonica once again. These verses show the depth of his feeling for those he knew there and his continuing burden in prayer for them. Paul’s words may express how many of us feel at this current time. He specifically asks for three things
May God prepare the way for us to meet again
May God make us abound in love
May God strengthen our hearts Continue reading
Bethel was a place of great promises and blessing being to Jacob. Later on, though things changed. The House of God became a Place of Rebellion against God. During the time of the kings, after Solomon was dead ( but before the time of Elijah & Elisha ), the ten tribes of the North rebelled against Rehoboam, the son of Solomon. Under the leadership of Jeroboam, the son of Nebat. In a bid to stop his people travelling far south to Jerusalem to worship at the temple, Jeroboam erected two golden calves as idols, which the people of Israel worshipped. He set up one in Dan in the far North, and one was set up in Bethel. 1 Kings 12: 32 shows how he also offered sacrifices to the golden calves and had pagan priests serve there. Continue reading
The Faith Mission are holding a series of follow up meetings to last year’s tent mission , entitled Hope for Life . The meetings are each evening in Tarbert Community Centre Thursday 1st Saturday 3rd November , each night at 7.30 PM. Sunday meeting 4th November at 8 PM.
Speakers are Andrew Quinn and Donnie Macleod , Bookstall and refreshments each evening . Everyone welcome. Continue reading
We would like to thank most sincerely all those who supported the joint Fund-raising Café for Barnabas Fund in the Community Centre last Saturday. The sum of £1200 was raised in support of Barnabas Fund’s mission to bring hope to suffering Christians throughout the world. A special thanks to all from the various churches who supported on the day, either by their help or attendance at the event, by donating food or money or in any other way. Continue reading
Café Fundraiser in aid of Barnabas Fund
A fund-raising café for the Barnabas Fund will be held in the Tarbert Community Centre on Saturday 27th October from 10am to 3pm. There will be soup, tea, coffee, Sandwiches and cold filled rolls and home baking on offer Continue reading