Sunday Bulletin for 25 August 2013

Worship Next Week
Sunday 1 September
10.00am Morning Worship at St Stephen’s, with Sunday School
11.15am Morning Worship at the Old High

Next evening service: Sunday 15 September, meal and informal Communion, St Stephen’s, 7pm

See A Month of Sundays for details of all services in September

SUNDAY BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS should be sent to Joy Cossar The deadline for all items is Wednesday at noon.

NEWS FROM OUR CONGREGATION

KIRKING OF THE COUNCIL is one of the biggest events of our year, when the eyes of the community are upon us! Please make sure you join us on Sunday 8 September at 11.15am the Old High on this important occasion. This is a congregational service- no service at St Stephen’s that Sunday. Car parking available at John Fraser’s funeral yard, Chapel Street. A large turnout from the congregation is requested, More details from the Minister.
CHURCH WALK All are welcome to join the walking group on Sunday 1 September, meeting at Tesco Inshes Car Park at 2.00pm. We hope to walk around Inchberry and Lentran. Contact Anne Taylor
HIGHLAND DOORS OPEN DAY this year on Saturday 7 September, the Old High church will be open to the public from 10.00am to 4.00pm and St Stephen’s from 10.30am to 4.00pm. Volunteers are needed to help with the opening . please contact Margaret Sutherland for the Old High and Jim Alexander to assist at St Stephen’s.
“TALES OF THE OLD HIGH”   The book written by Ross Martin will be on retail sale shortly at a price of £6.00. The Congregation have the opportunity of purchasing copies at the promotional price of £5.00 each up till the end of September. Copies will be available for purchase after both of today’s Services. All proceeds of sale go to our Church Funds. More details from Ross Martin

OTHER NEWS

THE COACH HOUSE AT KILMUIR ON THE BLACK ISLE are holding their annual retreat in daily life from 15th -21st September entitled ‘Come and Drink from the Well of Life’ – a time for deepening relationship with God, through quiet prayer and reflection. Do not be concerned if you believe you are not good at being still or that you consider you are inexperienced in prayer. You bring the desire to be open and your willingness to set aside the time each day and let God do the rest. If you wish any further information please speak with Iain Todd – leaflets available.