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St, Bride's 16 Church Terrace Newtonmore PH20 1DT
Sunday Services are :Laggan 9.30am, Kingussie 10.30am, Newtonmore 11.30am
The last Sunday of every month will be a joint worship service. This month at 10.30am 26th June 2022 Laggan and there is also a joint serviceon Sunday 3rd July Kingussie 10.30am.
No Laggan service those days
It is no longer necessary to record names or wear face masks in church. However, if you feel safer to wear a mask you are welcome to, and if you would still like to socially distance, please speak to the person on the door. If you feel unwell, the advice would still be not to attend.
Please find details from the Church of Scotland how to give donations to support the people of Ukraine here
Tom Bowker (Fresh Expessions worker) is having a reflecting on the Holy Spirit day on 25th June in Kincraig Christian centre. All welcome. You can go for all or part of the day, it runs from 1pm – 4.30pm, evening service 6pm . Contact Tom TBowker@churchofscotland.org.uk to book a place.
2nd July 7.00pm Tarantara choir, Inverallan Church, Grantown Tickets £7.50, £5.00 concession ,more details
Last weekend of July Flower Festival Newtonmore church, theme is God's creation, contact Mary Stewart if you would like to help with teas or display an arrangement.
The Badenoch and Strathspey Food Hub requires sugar, long life milk, cartons of juice, tomato ketchup, tines of fruit plus the following toiletries, toilet rolls, shampoo, shower gel, toothpaste, toothbrushes and soap. Demand continues to be high.
Public phone: 07563 737 274 Email: email@example.com
Sundays 3pm weekly Songs of Priase with Graham Atkinson
1st Sunday in the month 5pm The New Normal with Ian Hall, and guests, looking at life issues from a Christian perspective.
More details Speysound.com
Saturday 25th June 2022
Galatians Ch 3 v 4
Have you experienced so much in vain—if it really was in vain?
This verse comes from St Paul’s letter to the Galatians. The Galatians had heard first hand about Jesus and his teachings from Paul. They had initially responded eagerly to his teachings. What had made them change so quickly?
Paul is angry that they have come to believe ‘meaningless man made laws’. Some even to do with the breaking of Jewish food laws, believing they were the only way they could earn God’s acceptance.
From Jesus teachings they knew this wasn’t true. He reminds them only Jesus can transform human lives, not ineffectual rituals.
Seems it wasn’t easy being a Christian then either.
Written Sunday Service June 19th led by Rev. Mary Ellen Thomson
For those continuing to worship online we hope you feel blessed and part of God's family.
Please see a written copy of the service here