Welcome to all who have joined with us in worship this morning, with an especial welcome to any visitors among us. Tea and coffee are served after the service, please stay for this if you are able.
This evening Laggan church will hold a carol service in Dalwhinnie hall, beginning at 6.30 p.m. and followed by refreshments. Everyone is invited!
The prayer group meets in the vestry on Monday at 12.30.
Rhyme Time meets on Tuesday from 10.15 a.m.
There is a Church Christmas card on the coffee tables, made by the Xplorers, which everyone is invited to sign to wish Christmas greetings to them members of the congregation.
The school end of term service will be in the church at 11.30 a.m. on Friday morning.
On Christmas Eve (Saturday!) we will join with Laggan church in our Watchnight service beginning with carol singing from 11 p.m. The Christmas offering will be given to The Highlands Support Refugees, a local charity which works with refugees across Europe and in Jordan. If you need a lift to Laggan, or can offer one, please sign the sheets at the back of the church, or speak to the minister.
Next Sunday, Christmas Day, we will have a family service in Newtonmore at 10.30 a.m.
The online Advent calendar moves into its last week bringing the true spirit of Christmas to life with daily specially created videos made by members of the Church of Scotland ministries team. Each of the thought provoking, often hard-hitting, films feature trainee ministers, probationers, a deacon and youth workers from across the country who reflect on a word that symbolises the true meaning of the season. You can read more and sign up for your Online Advent Calendar now on our home page
Looking ahead, St. Bride’s church is holding a Burns Supper on Tuesday February 24th at 7.30 p.m. in Newtonmore Golf Club. Tickets, price £17.50 are available.
Read the minister's sermon for today: God with us