Welcome to our service of worship today on Easter Sunday. In the Kirk by the Sea at 10.30 am. The service will be led by the Rev Jim Reid. Refreshments will be served after the service.
Please put a daffodil or some flowers in the Cross before we begin worship. The Cross has come from a week of “Cross Purposes” where at the prayer space folks were encouraged to put a rag of cloth onto it symbolising wrong things in their life: those rags are at the foot of the cross today, as flowers replace them in the light of Jesus’ Resurrection.
Join us this evening at 6.45 pm for an Emmaus Walk. We’ll gather in the Kirkyard by the Boswell Crypt and then walk with some readings, prayers and songs along the way. Ending up at the Church in the High Street where we’ll have a short order Emmaus Communion.
Wed 24th: The Wed morning Bible Study meets again this week, gathering in thee small hall at 9.30 am to start the study at 10 am. We will be concluding the Lent study. New members always welcome.
Wed 24th: Kirk Session meeting, 7.15 pm in the small hall. Agenda items to Ena ASAP.
Sun 28th: Parish worship at 10:30 am in the Church in the High Street. Including anniversary cupcakes provided by Marion to celebrate Jim and Marion’s 25th Wedding Anniversary.
Events and News
Thanks: Thank you to Helen Duncan and her team for providing the Beach Breakfast in the Balmuto Lounge this morning.
Happy Easter: Jim, Marion and Andrew wish you all a very happy and blessed Easter.
Easter Story: Many thanks to all who contributed to a most moving and enjoyable “Easter Story” musical evening last Sunday: the choir, Stephen and Sandra Miller, Ena for being on hand to open up the Kirk, Mark on the sound and KiSS for help in loading/unloading the staging, and to all who attended and donated to the £706 which was raised for Church funds.
World Mission Magazine: The latest edition of the CoS World Mission Magazine is now available in the F,H&C shop and the Church in the High Street. Why not pick up a copy to read about: Tabeetha school in Israel, the 2019 Stamp appeal project, a chaplain’s visit to Asia, an update on Mediterranean Hope’s refugee programme and gender justice in the Caribbean.
Life and Work: Vacancy- I am retiring as Life & Work organiser after 17 years. Would you be willing to take over the job? Please see me at Church if you want more information about what the role entails. Many thanks, Mabel.
King’s Singers: Our final rehearsal for 100% chance of rain will be in the large hall of the Church in the High St – on Friday May 10th at 1.30 and NOT at 3 Seafield View. Thanks, Molly
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