16th January 2011
11:00am @ Sleat – Morning Worship – Mark 14:53-65 – The Trial
5:00pm @ Kyleakin – Evening Worship – Reviving the Nation – A New King Anointed
7:00pm @ Sleat – Weekly Bible Study
11:00am @ Sleat – Morning Worship – Mark 14:66-72 – Peter’s Fall, Jesus’ Love
5:00pm @ Kyleakin – Evening Worship – Reviving the Nation – The End of a Good Life
News and Coming Events (D.V.)
Teens meets tonight at the manse, 7:00-8:30pm.
The Kirk Session will meet on Wednesday evening after the Prayer Meeting in Sleat.
Salainn agus Solas (Salt & Light)
“Salainn agus Solas” is the inaugural South Skye and Lochalsh Public Christianity Conference. The aim of the conference is to help equip Christians for life in a sceptical age. Secularism is presenting serious questions for all Christians, questions that cut to the heart of our reasons for hope. Following Peter’s teaching Christians should always be ready to give an answer to these questions.
This event will be held in Kyleakin Village Hall on Saturday 29th January, 10:00am – 3:00pm. Lunch will be provided. The main speaker and seminar leader will David Robertson of Dundee (St.Peters) Free Church, and founder of Solas Centre for Public Christianity. More information is available on our website.
The Quinquennial Visit which had been due to take place on Tuesday 18th January has had to be postponed until February 1st. This was due to a diary mix up – Roddie & Gordon had agreed a date, but Roddie had omitted to pass this information along to the rest of the visiting committee.
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.