Not Troubled Not Afraid . Sermon from John 14:26-27
A statement from the Kirk Session in the light of the current guidance on COVID-19.
'Chan eil dìteadh sam bith'
(There is no condemnation) A Gaelic service from Romans 8:1
with singing from Psalm 16 :8-9 and Psalm 133
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This morning’s sermon comes from John’s gospel 14 and looks at the promise Jesus gives about the coming of the Holy Spirit to be the comforter, help and guide of His people. 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
Our Father , looking at the personal and powerful truth of the Lord’s Prayer that before anything else , God is our Father. Continue reading
Character in time of Crisis – Month 2 Day 1
Today marks the beginning of the second month of these notes. I thought it would be good to mark this by showing this amazing video of United States marines singing along heartily to Robin Mark’s Days of Elijah. 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
This is an Easter Sunday like no other that we have experienced. This Easter still does not compare though to the first one. Let us try and imagine what it was like for the disciples on that first Easter day, on that morning of the first day of the week, when they found the tomb of Jesus to be empty.
Today is known as Easter Sunday. This is the day when the church all over the world remembers the resurrection of Jesus rising from the dead. These great words from Matthew 28:6, 3 really summarise what the Christian faith is all about, what Christianity’s ultimate hope is ” HE IS RISEN” 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
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
In this last week, much that we have known has been turned upside down by the Coronavirus outbreak. This unseen but potentially deadly virus is threatening our way of life in many different ways. As a society, Coronavirus (or COVID-19) presents an unprecedented challenge to us all. The impact on the nation as well as our community has already been profound. Continue reading
We were blessed at our midweek prayer meeting to have Pastor Sangin Lee and seven young adults from the new church in Seoul South Korea sharing in worship and prayer with us. We met this evening on a Thursday night for the visit of our friends from Korea. They cooked delicious hot noodles for some of the young people and some of the rest of us too! Continue reading