Bulletin – 24th February

24th February 2013


Services Today

10:30am @ Sleat – Morning Prayer Meeting
11:00am @ Sleat – Communion Service
5:00pm @ Broadford – Evening Worship

Mid-week Meetings & Events

Tuesday, 12-2:00pm @ Broadford Village Hall – Mustard Seed Cafe
Tuesday, 7:00pm @ the manse – Christianity Explored
Wednesday, 7:00pm @ Sleat – Weekly Bible Study
Friday, 7:30pm @ Kyle Hotel – Question Time 2

Next Sunday

10:30am @ Sleat – Morning Prayer Meeting
11:00am @ Sleat – Morning Worship
5:00pm @ Broadford – Evening Worship


Services Today

This morning we have Prof. John Angus Macleod from the Free Church College leading the service, and preaching.   The service will be slightly longer than usual, as we have communion.   If you are visitor with us, and are a believer in Jesus, and in fellowship with a congregation at home, please come forward to sit at the table with our own congregation at the appropriate point.

After the service there will be a congregational lunch.   Visitors are very welcome to stay with us and continue to enjoy some informal fellowship.   We hope to rearrange the seating to make way for tables, so please bear with us in that.

New Bibles

The new ESV Bible arrived on Wednesday.   If you would like to own one for yourself, a donation of £9 will cover the cost.

Question Time 2

About two years ago, the local churches came together to organise a “Question time” panel night.   We are planning another event on Friday, 1st March, at 7:30pm at the Kyle Hotel.   Please come along and support this event, and feel free to bring along friends from outside the Church.

This event will be an open question event, with panel members from a range of backgrounds:

  • Gordon Matheson – local minister
  • Moira Lane – family worker with Families First
  • Dr. Murdo Macdonald graduated B. Sc. in Genetics at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, and gained his PhD in molecular biology from the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He spent 20 years involved in postdoctoral; for more than half of that time he was engaged in research on leprosy in a number of countries, including India, Ethiopia and Nepal. In March 2008 he returned to Scotland to take up the position of Policy Officer with the Society, Religion and Technology (SRT) project of the Church of Scotland, which looks at ethical issues in science. He is married to Rachel, a doctor, and they have three young children, Esther, James and Keziah.    For further information please see www.srtp.org.uk
  • Hopefully one other tbc.

Joint District Communion

The next joint district communion service will be Sunday, 31st March – Easter Sunday – at 6:00pm in the Kyleakin Village Hall.