Welcome to all who have joined with us in worship this morning, with an especial welcome to any visitors among us. There will be an informal act of Communion in the side aisle after the service, to which all are welcomed. Tea and coffee will also be served at the back of the church.
The funeral of James Davidson will take place in St. Bride’s church at noon on Friday 14th July.
As August approaches, it is time to think about the Highland Games and the church’s presence at it. There are sign-up sheets at the back of the church for people to offer to serve and bake and make soup. Please fill them in lavishly!
This year the Stamp Appeal will support The Giffen Institute of Theology (GIT) in South Sudan. The Giffen Institute of Theology (GIT) of the Presbyterian Church of South Sudan (PCOSS) needs books. Having recently relocated to Kakuma, a refugee camp in Kenya, GIT is looking to stock up its library for students. This year’s stamp appeal will help do just that. The Institute not only provides valuable education for students, but supports those who have fled from war through providing training on concentration, and activities encouraging reconciliation between students from different tribes.
You can read the minister's sermon for today: Psalm 104