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We meet again for a Gaelic service tomorrow evening (7th November) at 6 PM, to which everyone is cordially invited. This is an in-person service, and we welcome all who wish to join us for Gaelic worship this evening. We have been greatly encouraged by the numbers who have attended worship at our recent Gaelic services, and everyone is welcome to join us tomorrow night as we look at the Message of the Cross encapsulated so well in in 1 Corinthians 1:18 Continue reading
much to being in fellowship together at the Lord’s table and remembering the death of Jesus Christ, our Saviour, in the sacrament that He instituted. As is customary there will be a preparatory service on Friday 17th September at 7.30 PM. This service will be led by the Rev Gordon Macleod, minister of Stornoway High Church of Scotland. We look forward very much to having Gordon with us on Friday evening to share with us from God’s word. All are welcome to this service, although we will still be practising a 1-metre social distance in the church, and we will still be asking for contact details to comply with track and trace requirements. Continue reading
ay, 10th September. The limits on church capacity and distancing have now been removed. However, the Task Group are still advising congregations to stick to one metre distancing at the moment. Continue reading
everyone is cordially invited. We have looked forward to getting back together for the fortnightly Gaelic evening services, however due to the current situation, we will meet in the church rather than the hall. Continue reading
In our new sermon series we look at some of the ‘3:16’s’ of the Bible. This is maybe a different series of studies, moving from book to book in the scriptures rather than focusing and studying one.
We believe the bible to be the inspired word of God , a book written over thousands of years which is as fresh and relevant today as when first written. us by God. Over the next while we will look at some of these texts. Continue reading
Our next Gaelic service is scheduled for this coming Sunday evening 25th April, at 6 PM, to which everyone is cordially invited.
The service will be live-streamed using Zoom and YouTube from the church in Tarbert and will consist of Gaelic singings, prayers and sermon. Continue reading
Our next Gaelic service is scheduled for this coming Sunday evening 31st January at 6PM. The service will be lead by Rev Donald John Morrison , with various precentors and readers taking part.
More detailed information will be given in further posts.
The service will be live-streamed using Zoom from the church in Tarbert and will consist of Gaelic singings, prayers and sermon. Continue reading
After a bit of discussion this morning, ( Saturday 9th January), the Kirk Session now think it would be unwise to go ahead and reopen the church next Sunday. Given how the national picture is looking just now, we feel it might be right for us to wait a while until the situation caused by the alarming surge in the new variant cases improves. Continue reading
We will round off our worship services in 2020 with a Gaelic service at 6 PM tomorrow.
Gaelic has always been a vital part of the Western Isles’ spiritual and cultural heritage. We all miss not meeting for our traditional Gaelic service on the evening of the Lord’s day. So tomorrow night once again, we will be hosting a Gaelic service of worship live from Harris. Continue reading