Bulletin: 25th April

25th April 2010
11:00am @ Sleat – Morning Worship – Mark 10 – Teaching on Divorce
5:00pm @ Kyleakin – No Service
6:00pm @ Broadford – Joint Service with the Church of Scotland

7:00pm @ Sleat – Weekly Bible Study

Next Sunday
11:00am @ Sleat – Family Service (followed by cup of tea in the hall)
5:00pm @ Kyleakin – Evening worship – James 3:13-18 – Heavenly Wisdom

News and Coming Events
Elementary Food Hygiene Course
The Elementary Food Hygiene course will conclude on Tuesday evening (27th April).

Discipleship Explored
DE will resume the first Tuesday in May.

CD Ministry
As we are now able to record the services every Sunday morning, directly to CD, the Kirk Session is looking for ways to make this facility useful to the congregation.   We are looking for someone to manage the distribution of CDs, and to look after a “CD Library”.   One immediate task would be finding out how many people would benefit from getting CDs, and then determining the best way to circulate CDs to them.
The cost of receiving CDs like this would be quite low, and something the congregation could (for now, given the likely small numbers) easily afford free of charge to anyone interested in receiving them.
If you are interested in serving in this role, please contact Gordon.

Christian Institute General Election Briefing
The Christian Institute has produced a briefing looking at all the parties standing for election.   It assesses how their policies will affect religious liberties, and a whole range of moral and ethical issues.   You can find this at the CI website, www.christian.org.uk

Gaelic Outreach Event in Sabhal mor Ostaig
There will be a Gaelic outreach event in Sabhal Mor Ostaig on 9th May (a week on Sunday) at 6.30pm.  This event is planned along the same lines as the service held last year.   Rev John Murdo MacDonald from Kyle will be giving the address.
As there was some discomfort expressed after last year’s event, it was decided that it would be better if we provided a suitable alternative service for folks who would not want to attend.   To that end, Gordon will lead the service in Kyleakin at 5:00pm that evening and there would be on Sleat Service .   Folk wanting to attend the Sabhal Mor event at 6:30pm should not feel obliged to come to the Kyleakin service as well, or instead of supporting this important outreach.