Sunday Bulletin 6 August 2017

WORSHIP THIS WEEK
Sunday 13 August 2017: The Tenth Sunday after Pentecost
10am Morning Worship at St Stephen’s
11.15 Morning Worship at the Old High
Both Services led by Rev Alastair Younger
SUNDAY BULLETIN ITEMS should be sent to the Church Administrator invernesschurch<at>gmail.com. Please keep items as brief as possible, and give a contact phone number and email.
NEWS FROM OUR CONGREGATION
INTERIM MODERATOR The Rev Alastair Younger continues as our Interim Moderator: younger873<at>btinternet.com.
PASTORAL CARE continues to be provided by Rev Arthur Sinclair, our Pastoral Assistant arthursinclair<at>btinternet.com.
MINUTE FOR MISSION David Martin will introduce Kerrera Wilson to the congregation, regarding the Go Forward Project Survey OHSS is undertaking to establish the needs of our community and how we in OHSS can engage to introduce Jesus to the community. Kerrera will be in St Stephen’s this Sunday and in Old High on Sunday 13 August. David Martin davidmartin30<at>hotmail.com
OLD HIGH MUSIC The next lunchtime event will be an organ recital, Saturday 12 August, 12 noon. We welcome back Mark Spalding from Angus, who performed for us in 2015. His repertoire includes work by J.S. Bach, Mozart and Brahms, and 20th century organ compositions. Details: ohssmusic<at>gmail.com or stevenson.ata<at>btinternet.com
OLD HIGH Tea will be served after the service on Sunday 13 August instead of 6 August this month.  All welcome. Contact Christine Mackenzie christinemac73<at>hotmail.com
ST STEPHEN’S SUMMER CHURCH WALK on Sunday 27 August at the Inverarnie Esker trail, Littlemill (3 mile walk). Meet at Littlemill Forestry Car Park at 1.30pm;  Cuppa at The Dairy at 3.30pm. For lifts or car share meet at St Stephen’s car park at 1pm. Details/queries, contact Deborah Macrae.
HIGHLAND FOODBANK During the month of August the Foodbank would be grateful for donations of: Tins of Fruit, Tins of Tomatoes, Tins of Custard, Tins of Corned Beef. Please bring these to Church and leave in the box . Contact Bill Guthrie williamguthrie<at>googlemail.co
OLD HIGH CHURCH OPENING The Old High will be open for visitors to the end of September on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday each week from 10am-12 noon and 2-4 pm. If you are able to help please contact Sheila MacLeod (macloshei<at>aol.com). If you can’t help every week we will still need people to help out on an occasional basis to cover in case of illness and holidays and will keep a list of those who can help in this way. In advance thank you for your help. Christine Mackenzie hristinemac73<at>hotmail.com.
WORD FOR TODAY (Aug-Oct) now available at the church doors. Ruth Martin (07595 219308).
CROSSREACH newsletter and prayer diary are at church doors. Contact Rae Swan.
MONTH OF SUNDAYS there was an error in the version printed last week, and a corrected version is attached.
OTHER NEWS
COMMUNITY OF FAITH CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND For those who work with and minister to children and young people in the church, to connect, be resourced and inspired and explore new and exciting ideas. Worship, an address from the Moderator and a market place. 26 August 2017, 10am-4pm in Dunfermline- transport may be available. Cost £20 including lunch and a complimentary copy of Learn: Children and Young People resource (RRP £10). Contact Pat Macleod invernesschurch<at>gmail.com
LGOWIT (LET’S GET ON WITH IT TOGETHER) a partnership supporting self-management have been asked to make you aware that consultation is currently taking place on the Community Planning Partnership’s Highland Outcome Improvement Plan (HOIP).The document will shape the work of the CPP for the next 10 years. The link below will take you to the draft Plan and the consultation survey, to which you are invited to respond. http://www.highlandcpp.org.uk/hoip.html Roy Anderson LGOWITRoy@<at>highlandtsi.org.uk
BLYTHSWOOD’S GONE BANANAS IN SERBIA Blythswood Care is renewing its appeal to provide essential food aid to migrants, escaping the Middle East conflicts and now stranded in Serbia. The organisation provides vegetable soup, bread and bananas, with the last item having almost symbolic significance as an example of high-energy food that is culturally acceptable to people from every religious tradition. Blythswood has been helping to feed people escaping from Syria and other conflict zones for nearly two years. Donate to this appeal at www.blythswood.org/bananas or by texting SYRI17 £5 to 70070. £5 will provide over five kilos (more than 40 bananas) for people in the migrant centre. Contact Danny Muschate,  danny.muschate<at>blythswood.org

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