This Sunday we will be watching a talk in church entitled “It’s Time to Rebuild” given by Nicky Gumbel of Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB) Church.
To watch from home, the link is the following and will go live at 10am: https://youtu.be/0hQD_FycsTE. Alternatively, the service starts in Kilbrandon at 10 am and Kilchattan at 11.30 am – please feel free to bring along refreshments and enjoy fellowship after the service.
On Seil there will be an Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial, with the parade at 10.45am and 2 minutes silence at 11 am, followed by the Service of Remembrance in Kilbrandon Church at 11.45am.
On Luing meet at the church at 10.45 am, and process up to the War Memorial for the Act of Remembrance, including 2 minutes silence at 11 am. This will be followed by a Church Service in Kilchattan, led by Jean Alexander which will be recorded and available for viewing online later in the day.
In Kilmelford Church there will be a Remembrabce service at 10.45am for 11am.
This Sunday we will be streaming a national service to mark the COP26 conference taking place in Glasgow – see more on this below.The video will be played in Kilbrandon at 10 am and Kilchattan at 11.30 am on Sunday, and will also be live on YouTube from 10am: https://youtu.be/-46DJYOWBGk
Here’s the link for our online worship tomorrow at 10am, continuing our series on Growing Young from Gorebridge Church: https://youtu.be/khGvAF4WR6k
This Sunday, when our worship will be led by Martin Waddell, is the Church of Scotland’s National Giving Day (see Facebook post for more details). The video will be played in Kilbrandon at 10 am and Kilchattan at 11.30 am on Sunday, and will also be live on YouTube from 10am via this link: https://youtu.be/w91KEtDnE98
This Sunday we continue with extracts from services recorded earlier in the year by Gorebridge Parish Church on the topic of ‘Growing Young’, based on research on the values which are common to churches which are currently growing.
To experience the outcomes which these churches have had may feel completely out of our reach with our small ageing numbers in a rural population, but these are values, not strategies, and surely a good place to start and certainly explain some of why we are where we are now. The video will be played in Kilbrandon Church at 10 am and Kilchattan Church at 11.30 am on Sunday, and will also be live on YouTube from 10am: https://youtu.be/mRawzEX_bGI
Kilmelford church reopened on 20 September with a short prayer service,but outdoor services remain preferred.
Car Park services will be held on 13 and 27 October at 4pm.These are now classed as Outdoor Events, but due to social distancing numbers must still be restricted.Please phone Georgina Dalton on 01866 844212 if you would like to attend.
The service on 13 October will be led by John McLean.