Seirbheis Ghaidhlig airson Sabaid 25 An Dàmhair 2020
’Mar a thogras am fiadh a‑chum nan sruth uisge, mar sin tha m’anam a’ togairt ad ionnsaigh, a Dhè.
Morning Worship ( on Zoom) 25th October. The story of Esther "Come to the Kingdom for such a time as this" ( Esther 4:14)
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
Tag Archives: Sunday School
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
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
Our Sunday School Family Service was held this morning. We were glad to have the Sunday school taking part in the service by leading the prayers and doing the readings at the service, and it was a real blessing for us to have them and the creche join us for this special service. 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
Last Sunday at our Harvest Thanksgiving Family Service, we bade a fond farewell to Alice Meaden and her boys Fraser and Innes. Continue reading
Our Sunday school Summer family service this morning was an opportunity for us as a Church family to commemorate and give thanks for the work of the Sunday school during the past year. Continue reading
The Sunday school will be taking part in this special service to mark the end of the Sunday school session. Both the Sunday school and the teachers have worked hard during the last year, and we hope and pray that they have a really good and relaxing summer holiday. Continue reading
Our Christmas family service is to be held this coming Sunday 16th December at 11 AM, and a warm welcome is extended to you all to join us. The Sunday school will be taking part in the service this morning with the playing and singing of music as well as the reading of Bible stories. Our theme through the season of Advent is ‘Glimpses of Glory’, and this morning we will be looking at three places in the Old Testament where God gives His people wonderful prophetic glimpses of the coming Saviour. Continue reading
This year has been designated by both the Scottish Government and the Church of Scotland as the year of young people. To celebrate this we are delighted that many of our young people will be involved in leading and participating in this morning’s service. Continue reading