10:30am @ Sleat – Morning Prayer Meeting
11:00am @ Sleat – Morning worship – D.J. Stewart (Elder, Plockton & Kyle)
5:00pm @ Broadford – Evening Worship – Acts 2:42-47 – Our Vision – Teaching & Fellowship
Mid-week meetings & events:
Tuesday, 12-2:00pm @ Broadford Village Hall – Mustard Seed Cafe
Wednesday, 7:00pm @ Sleat – Weekly Bible Study
Next Lord’s Day
10:30am @ Sleat – Morning Prayer Meeting
11:00am @ Sleat – Morning worship – John 6:1-15 – Leftovers
3:30pm @ Kyleakin &
5:00pm @ Broadford – Evening Worship – Genesis 12:1-4 – Our Vision – Evangelism
|Door Duty||After-church coffee|
|Sunday, 22nd September||Gordon & Dolina||Shonnie & Rosie|
|Sunday, 29th September||John Norman & Kate||Elena & Dolina|
|Sunday, 6th October||TBC||TBC|
This morning’s service is led by D.J. Stewart, from Kyle Free Church, while Gordon is away preaching in Raasay this morning. We welcome D.J. to our pulpit, and hope we will experience God’s blessing as opens the word to us.
3rd Sunday Kyleakin Service
Today was due to be the third Sunday service in Kyleakin. As Gordon is away, this has been postponed to next Lord’s Day at 3:30pm.
We have a small number of places for a Basic First Aid training course to be held Saturday 26th October, in Sleat.
There is also a Christians Against Poverty money course training day in Glasgow, on Saturday 30th November. We hope to run this course in Sabhal Mor Ostaig, with new students this year, and are doing so with help from Grace Community Church (Kyle). Having our own trained volunteers would make running future events a lot easier.
If you are interested in attending either of these courses, please speak to Gordon.
The Kirk Session are considering starting a Gaelic service to run in conjuncture with the Church of Scotland’s services, to provide a Gaelic service every Lord’s Day, somewhere in South Skye. We need to know what support/demand there would be for this, so are asking that those interested make their opinions know to Gordon over the next couple of weeks.
Please inspect the new rotas in the lobby – if you are unable to carry out duties any of these Sundays, please inform Gordon ASAP.
Rev David Robertson urges Holyrood MSPs not to redefine marriage
Rev David Robertson has urged politicians to take a long-term view of the damage caused by redefining marriage, rather than focusing on short-term media soundbites. The St Peter’s Free Church minister made the comments as he appeared before the Scottish Parliament’s Equal Opportunities Committee – which is scrutinising the Marriage and Civil Partnership Bill.
Induction of Rev Lachie MacDonald to South Uist and Benbecula
The induction of Rev Lachie Macdonald to South Uist and Benbecula Free Church takes place on Friday 20 September 2013. It will be the 33-year-old’s first congregation, having just completed his studies at the Free Church College in Edinburgh. The special service begins at 7pm in Southend Community Hall, Daliburgh, South Uist, with Rev Ewen Matheson to preach.
Govan church planter to address WEC centenary celebration
Rev Norman Mackay from the Govan G51 church plant in Glasgow will give a keynote address at a special centenary event for WEC International at Smithton-Culloden Free Church in Inverness on Saturday 21 September, 12.30pm. Missionary organisation WEC was founded in Britain 1913, and has been sharing the Gospel all over the world through preaching and discipleship ever since. Both Mr Mackay and his wife Alison served as WEC missionaries in the east for many years before joining the Free Church.
Rev Dr John Nicholls starts at Smithton-Culloden Free Church
Widely-respected preacher and international conference speaker Rev Dr John Nicholls will soon begin as associate minister at Smithton-Culloden Free Church. Dr Nicholls will take special responsibility for training the office-bearers and the congregation in leadership and evangelism as well as ministering to the wider church and community. His first Sunday preaching is 22 September, having retired from London City Mission earlier this year.
Plockton congregation hopes to buy church building
The Plockton Free Church congregation is hoping to buy its own premises, after the building it currently worships in was put up for sale. The group has met in the Church of Scotland building in Plockton for the last 30 years, and the A-listed church has now been put on the market for offers over £90,000. If sold to a private developer, it would mean that Plockton becomes a community without a church building. Anyone wishing to support the congregation’s bid can contact Plockton and Kyle minister Rev Roddie Rankin by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01599 534 990.