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 at the close of the service to which all are welcome. Tea and Coffee are also served after the service. Please stay to join with us for this if you are able.
The minister will be on holiday until July 15th. Any urgent pastoral matters in that time should be referred to the Rev. Mary Ellen Thomson.
Next Sunday the Rev. Graham Atkinson will lead our worship.
Also next Sunday, July 8th, the “Men of Note” a Canadian male voice choir will give a concert in St. Brides at 3 p.m. And Tomintoul church invites everyone to join with them in a songs of praise service at 6.30 p.m.
A memorial service for Muriel Bentley will be held in St. Brides on Friday 6th July at 2 p.m. This will be preceded by a private cremation service.
We hope to make another church calendar this year, so please start looking out likely photographs – preferably digital. Catherine would like them by the middle of July.
Please save your stamps to be sent to the World Mission project which this year is to support centres for young people with learning difficulties and disabilities in Ukraine, where our partner church in the Czech Republic has three sister congregations.
Read todays sermon : I am who I am