Bulletin – 9th January 2011

11:00am @ Sleat – Morning Worship – D.J. Steward
5:00pm @ Kyleakin – Evening Worship – Stuart MacKinnon
7:00pm @ Kyleakin – Weekly Bible Study
Next Sunday
11:00am @ Sleat – Morning Worship – Mark 14:53-65 – The Trial
5:00pm @ Kyleakin – Evening Worship – Reviving the Nation – A New King Anointed

News and Coming Events (D.V.)
Minister away

Gordon is away today on preaching supply in Rassay. The morning service will be taken by D.J. Stewart and the evening service in Kyleakin will be taken by Stuart Mackinnon. There will be no service in Sleat that evening.
Kirk Session
The Kirk Session will meet on Wednesday evening after the Prayer Meeting in Kyleakin.
Mustard Seed Café – New Year Program
The Mustard Seed Café will resume on 12th January. As the team of cooks and helpers has expanded sufficiently, we are planning on running the Café weekly until Easter. A staffing rota is available. We also hope to be in a position to offer another Food Hygiene course early in the New Year.
Quinquennial Assessment
Every 5 or so years the Presbytery will carry out an assessment of the congregation. This involves a detailed look at our records, and meetings with the minister, the Kirk Session, the Finance Committee, and also the congregation. We are to receive such a visit, led by Roddie Rankin, on Tuesday 18th January. The Finance Committee will meet the visiting team at 7:00pm, and the whole congregation will meet them at 7:30pm. This will be at Sleat Free Church.
Christianity Explored – Broadford Area
Although no time or venue has been set, we are planning to run a Christianity Explored group in the Broadford area early in 2011. It would help with planning a venue if we could have a rough estimate of likely numbers. If you would like to attend, plan to bring others, or know of others who would like to attend, please let Gordon know ASAP.
The most likely time for the group to meet would be Tuesday evenings, at about 7:30pm – but if this is unsuitable for most people, we can plan for a different night. The course would run for 8 or 10 weeks, meaning we’d have to start in early February to be finished before Easter.