We have been served a number of challenges following our Government guidelines whilst dealing with the Coronavirus. Sadly it has meant that we are not able to meet together in one building. However, we can meet together thanks to the technology at our disposal. I would ask you to come take some time view the services posted here in these coming weeks. They will remain on the site for the foreseeable future in order to give as many people as possible the opportunity to view them.
Please let others know or share what you have learned from them. We are grateful to all who will take part in this outreach to the local church and beyond.
First Broadcast on this site on the 16th of August 2020. This is the second of two services produced by the Right Reverend Dr Martin Fair, Moderator of the Church of Scotland, and his team to provide a cover service that enables clergy to vacation at this. THANK YOU.
First Broadcast on this site on the 9th August 2020. This is the first of two services produced by the Right Reverend Dr Martin Fair, Moderator of the Church of Scotland, and his team to provide a cover service that enables clergy to vacation at this. THANK YOU.
First Broadcast on the 2nd August 2020. In Joshua Chapter 4:1ff we are reminded that, we, just like the twelve men selected to carry the stones across the river Jordan, are also able to give testimony to God’s faithfulness in our journey.
First Broadcast on the 26th July 2020. Numbers 13:25-33 reminds us that it is not how we or others see us but more our attitude that determines our spiritual altitude.
First broadcast on the 19th July 2020. Joshua 3:1-6 tells us of Israel’s crossing of the Jordan. It so much into our daily experience of journeying with God. Here we are encouraged to see Him at work in our life, to sanctify our living and to step in faith.
First broadcast on 12th July 2020. Matthew 13:1-9; 18-23 – the Parable of the Soils reminds us that the Sower is the same, the Seed is the same, it’s the soils make all the difference.
First broadcast on 5th July 2020. 1 Peter 2:9-12 Alway Open – the text reminds us that we are a unique community that is open to God, open to each other and open to all.
First broadcast on 28th June 2020. Matthew 5:38-42 Jesus teaches His disciples how to live in a hostile world.
First broadcast on 21st June 2020. Deuteronomy 6:1-9 is a call to Fathers of the Covenant to instruct their household in the ways of God – we are encouraged to do likewise today.
First broadcast on 14the June 2020. James 3:1-12 The Tongue’s destructive properties. James reminds his readers that their communication should be edifying and not destructive, holy and honouring to God and seek build each other up.
First Broadcast on the 7th June 2020. Paul’s anthem of love, 1 Corinthians 13, encourages Christians to trust STEADILY in God whilst recognising their SECURE hope whilst they SPECTACULARLY demonstrate God’s love.
First Broadcast on Pentecost 2020. Hosea calls the people of God in his day to ‘break up the fallow ground’ in order that they may know the abundant blessing and refreshing of God in their life. So we too can know that joy as we open our hearts to His renewing Holy Spirit.
First Broadcast on the 24th of May 2020. Psalm 46 encourages the believer to trust in God as their SOURCE of comfort and strength. He refreshes us with His STREAMS of living water and therefore we can be STILL, that is relax and look to Him.
First Broadcast on the 17th of May 2020. Psalm 121 points the Christian in the direction of the Almighty whom they can trust. He is our DIRECTION of travel, our DEITY and our DEFENDER.
First Broadcast on the 10th of May 2020. Ephesians 3:14-21. How can we be effective as Christians today? Paul bows before the Father in prayer that the Christians at Ephesus that may have an ACE up their sleeve in the knowledge that they are ACCEPTED and know that Christ indwells them through the Holy Spirit who CONFIRMS them in the love of God and prays that they may brim over with the fulness of God who EQUIPS them for works He has ordained.
First Broadcast on 3rd May 2020. John 21:1-14. Jesus shows His love and care of the disciples early in the morning after their night of fruitless toil. ‘Priorities‘ inform us that it is much more than simply ‘diving in’ to see Jesus. It is a question of repentance, honesty, obedience, holiness and trust as we rely on the grace and guidance of God in a life of given over to truly worship Him. We are also reminded of His call to make known the Good News of the Gospel.
First Broadcast 26th April 2020. Luke 24:13-31. Conspiracy theories abound – has He risen? was His body taken? If only it had been different! Such might have been the thoughts of Cleopas and the other disciple on the Road to Emmaus – as they journeyed together (into the sunset) another came and joined them and explained it all.
First Broadcast 19th April 2020. John 20:19-31. Today we consider Thomas and Christ’s appearance to him and its relevance for us. Here we will learn the peace, presence and promise that Christ offers all.
First Broadcast, Easter Sunday, 12th April 2020. John 20:1-18. Strange days we are living in. Isolated from each other due to the Coronavirus we are yet still together as we worship and praise God this Easter Sunday – CHRIST HAS RISEN! HE HAS RISEN INDEED!
First Broadcast, Palm Sunday, 5th April 2020. Colossians 4:2-6. St Paul’s encouragement to the Christians in the Colossian church, Colossians chapter 4:2-6 to be aware that the manner in which they speak has impact for the Gospel.
First Broadcast 29th March 2020. Galatians 6:7-10 St Paul’s encouragement to the Christians of Galatia not to grow weary in doing good to all Galatians.
First Broadcast, Mothers Day (UK), 22nd March 2020. Philippians 4:6-7. St Paul declares that ‘…it is well’ with his soul. This is our first ‘Service from the Study’ given on Mothering Sunday.