Sermons can be found here.
As from the 19 March 2020 and as advised by the Moderator and Clerk of General Assembly of PCI, there will be no Sunday Services until further notice.
Other activities, meetings and organisations will also cease.
The Minister plans to podcast a mini-service each Sunday morning. If you can, please try to access it at 11 am on Sunday morning as a form of corporate worship. If you do not have access to the internet, arrangements can be made to get the podcast to you in other formats so please ask about this as necessary. Please continue to pray for strength and protection for our front-line health workers and all who strive to keep our country running as smoothly as possible in these challenging times.
The Fruit of the Spirit series of sermons can be found here.
As a church family, we are all keen to support each other in whatever we can and demonstrate God's Love in Action. This means that we need to know of anyone who may need assistance (such as an older person who needs medication or groceries collected, or a younger person who needs help with lessons now that schools are suspended). Then we need to connect them with others in our congregation who are willing to help (by running errands, making phone calls to keep in touch with folk, or whatever we can do). The Manse family have kindly agreed to act as co-ordinators for our Clontarf & Scots CareLine (God's Love in Action). If you can help, or need any support, please call 01 833 2588 and the Manse elves will set about making the necessary connections. You can also contact me at any time on 0897682300.
Please bring these notices to the attention of anyone you believe may not have been contacted by email, text, website or Facebook. Also, please make every effort to keep in touch with each other, especially with those living alone or otherwise vulnerable to isolation.
I will close for now with Matthew 14, verses 29-32 'So Peter went over the side of the boat and walked on the water towards Jesus. But when he looked around at the high waves, he was terrified and began to sink. `Save me Lord' he shouted. Instantly Jesus reached out his hand and rescued him. `O man of little faith', Jesus said, `Why did you doubt'.
Take care out there,
Clerk of Kirk Session