Bulletin – 10th March

Diary

Services Today

10:30am @ Sleat – Morning Prayer Meeting

11:00am @ Sleat – Morning Worship – John 1:1-18 (1) – The Word

5:00pm @ Broadford – Evening Worship – 1 Timothy 1

7:00pm @ the manse – Teens Group

 

Mid-week Meetings & Events

Tuesday, 12-2:00pm @ Broadford Village Hall – Mustard Seed Cafe

Wednesday, 7:00pm @ Sleat – Mid-week Bible Study

 

Next Sunday

10:30am @ Sleat – Morning Prayer Meeting

11:00am @ Sleat – Morning Worship – John 1:1-18 (2) – The Message

5:00pm @ Broadford – Evening Worship – 1 Timothy 1

 

Notices

Christianity Explored

Please remember, CE is postponed this week.   We will resume next week as planned.

 

Teens Group

We are now aiming to hold the Teens’ Group on the second Sunday each month – tonight.   This is for any kids in P7 or secondary school.

 

Joint District Communion

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

Denominational News

Home Missions Board update

The Home Missions Board met on Wednesday to discuss the mission work in congregations across Scotland. A number of developments included: approving the appointment of Paul Clarke as a church worker to St Andrews, plans for a youth camps fundraising weekend in June and the recommendation of ministry provision in East Kilbride and Sleat and Strath for a further three years – both of which will now go to May’s General Assembly for ratification.


International Missions Board update

The International Missions Board also met this week. It was noted that Clive and Ruth Bailey, who were working at the Colegio San Andres in Peru, will return home to Scotland on April 2, and they are expected to visit several Free Church congregations over the coming months.


Moderator visits South Africa

The Moderator is currently visiting South Africa and will return on 13 March. Rev Dr Iain D Campbell has met with missionaries and ministry students, and was the special guest speaker at Dumisani Theological Institute’s annual awards ceremony. Follow updates from the visit on the Free Church website.

Rev David Robertson appears on Channel 4

Rev David Robertson appeared on Channel 4 on Tuesday evening, discussing why Britain does not need atheist churches. The minister of St Peter’s Free Church in Dundee and director of the Solas Centre for Public Christianity said the term ‘atheist church’ was an oxymoron, because a church is based around Jesus Christ and belief in God. You can watch his slot again via the Free Church website. 
Spring conference 12-14 April in Inverness
The 2013 Spring Conference takes place at Greyfriars Free Church of Scotland in Inverness from Friday 12 to Sunday 14 April. The main address will be from Rev Dr Robin Sydserff, minister of St Catherine’s Argyle Church of Scotland in Edinburgh, who will speak on Daniel. The conference costs £25 for the weekend, or £12 for a day ticket. More details available on the conference website: http://fcossc.wordpress.com/

 

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