- 11.30am We’ll meet in the church building on Sunday morning for our service of worship. Colin will be preaching on 2 Samuel 11 and the story of David and Bathsheba. Children’s Church will recommence on Sunday. So, the children will leave the service after the children’s address to go to the Dunlop Hall. After the service is over, the children will be brought out to the car park to be collected by their parents. Please remember that children are asked to bring their own colouring pencils with them.
- 7.00pm Join us for our evening service of worship in the church building. Colin will be preaching on 2 Corinthians 4:1–6 where Paul writes about the gospel ministry he received by the mercy of God. We gather in the presence of God to hear his word and to give thanks to him in prayer and praise. Everyone is welcome to join us.
Children’s Church will recommence today. So, the child should go to the Dunlop Hall after the children’s address. They need to bring their own colouring pencils because Covid restrictions mean they can’t share with one another. After the service, the leaders will bring the children out to the car park and parents should wait for them there. Anyone in the Baird Hall should please wait before exiting the building to give time for the children to leave. The evening service of worship will be in the church building at 7pm tonight.
The Congregational Committee is due to meet on Monday at 7.45pm by Zoom.
The midweek meeting for all the congregation will be in the church building on Wednesday at 7.45pm.
Our services next Sunday will be at the usual times of 11.30am and 7pm.
PW ladies: There will be a special offering plate in the foyer this Sunday for any ladies who wish to donate to a missionary offering. The money collected will be distributed to the organisations who missed out on last year’s AGM special offering. Please leave the money on the plate in an envelope clearly marked PW or you can hand it to Yvonne. Donations can be given up until Sunday, 16 May.
- A message from Colin:
Several times over the years I’ve started to write daily Bible reading notes for the congregation, but every time I give up because of the time it takes to prepare them. When doing my own daily devotions, I often refer to my old sermons to help me understand the passage I’m reading from the Bible. It then occurred to me that members of the congregation might find my old sermons a helpful resource for your own daily devotions. And so, I’ve begun to post my sermon manuscripts here: gamblec.net. I’ll add more sermons as I find the time. I hope you’ll find them useful. If you think anyone else will be interested, please pass along the web address.Thanks.GAMBLEC.NETSermons and Stuffby Colin Gamble
News about Vision of Good Hope
Vision of Good Hope
Presbyterian Historical Society
Link for Church Videos and previous services
Prayer Topics Link