A decision has now been taken to cancel all gatherings at church buildings. Church of course continues and we will endeavour to create as many online opportunities to worship and reflect. here are some links to other congregations whose worship you may like to tap into during this time.
14th March at Duncansburgh MacIntosh, Fort William – 10am to 4pm
‘In many of our churches, children, young people and young adults are missing and the vast majority of adults in our population have not been introduced to church or faith as children.’ The Church of Scotland Radical Action Plan 2018
This is an opportunity to:
• Meet with others locally to share ideas, challenges and good news stories
• Explore creative and innovative ways to develop our vision and practice in nurturing faith with children, young people and families
• Encourage the development of a whole community of faith approach towards faith formation and ongoing discipleship
This event will be of relevence to you whether you are in a town or a rural setting; if you have a thriving children and youth ministry, few or no children. This will be of benefit for all who are interested and concerned about developing their church’s children, young people and family ministry. Attending with others in your congregations will encourage follow-up action after the event.
The event is free. Tea and coffee will be provided, but we ask that you bring your own lunch.
These events will be facilitated by the Children’s Development Worker of the Church of Scotland in collaboration with local specialists. For further information email: email@example.com
Have a very happy and peaceful Christmas time everybody.
Nomination Committee | The Church of Scotland
— Read on www.churchofscotland.org.uk/about-us/councils-committees-and-departments/committees/nomination-committee
Monday 9th December is the deadline for submitting nominations for membership of Councils & Committees from Assembly 2020.
Do consider making a nomination.
The Remits booklet can be downloaded.
On Monday 10th June a group from North West Lochaber, Ardnamurchan, Acharacle and Strontian visited the island of Eigg and shared in worship in Eigg Church along with some of the islanders.
On Saturday 2 Feb at the Presbytery Conference, Rev Stewart Goudie made this presentation on his experience of Path of Renewal.
Saturday 2nd February – all friends and members of the Presbytery and its congregations welcome to come along and share in this of exploring resources to build up the church.