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
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Hannah – A story of Godly discontentment Sunday Morning Worship for Sunday 18th October This morning in our ” Women of Faith ” sermon series, we look at the moving and inspiring story of Hannah – a story of Godly … Continue reading
THE ROAD TO EMMAUS The Place where Jesus Confronts our unbelief This Morning’s Zoom Service from Luke 24. Livestreamed on YouTube Live The Road to Emmaus as recorded in Luke 24 may be a Physical place, – But it is … Continue reading
‘Christ in you, the Hope of glory ‘
A video presentation of Wednesday evening’s Bible study looking at the great truth that to His people, Christ in us is the hope of glory’ ( Colossians 1:27) Continue reading
I HAVE FOUGHT THE GOOD FIGHT ( VIDEO PRESENTATION)
This clip is a video summary of last Sunday morning’s sermon when we gave thanks for the life of our dear elder Bill Kenyon, focusing on these verses from Paul’s last ever letter. “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith., .Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day —and not only to me but also to all who have longed for his appearing.” (2 Timothy 4:7-8) Continue reading
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
‘Air an adhbhar sin chan eil a‑nis dìteadh sam bith don dream sin a tha ann an Iosa Crìosd, a tha a’ gluasad chan ann a rèir na feòla, ach a rèir an Spioraid.
Ans an ochdamh caibdeil dhan a litir a-chum na Romanach tha an abstol Pòl a sealtainn gu soillear an eadar dhealachadh a tha Criosd a deanabh dha shluagh fhein. Continue reading
I hope that this letter finds you and yours well during these strange days in which we find ourselves. This year is one that no-one living through it will forget, and will most likely be spoken of and taught in future history classes. These are unprecedented and challenging times for all of us. Continue reading