- Video Worship by 10am on YouTube
- 10am Worship at Ardgour Church – bookings to Rev Donald or to Session Clerk
- 12noon Worship at Kiel Church – bookings to Rev Donald or to Session Clerk
Sunday 23rd May – Pentecost Sunday
- By 10am: Video Worship with Mrs Ella Gill and others
- 🔗 BBC’s Reflections at https://youtu.be/sty4I-v5N3Uthe Quay will feature the Moderator, Jim Wallace, Baron of Tankerness along with sung praise items from past Assemblies.
Coffee and Chat on Zoom
Fortnightly on Wednesday Mornings on Zoom 26th May, 9th June, and every two weeks thereafter. Make your own coffee, login in and join the chat… or just listen…
Beginning Tuesday 15th June for 5 Tuesday afternoons – 2pm on Zoom. Bible based conversation, reflection and prayer as together we consider what God is calling the Church to do and to be, as we build an even better future. You are welcome to share in this journey.
General Assembly 2021
General Assembly begins on Saturday 22nd May, and will be mainly online with a small core team of the top table, presenting conveners, technical and admin support. Commissioners and others participating in GA2021 will be reading reports, debating and voting, but all elders, members and friends are invited to share in General Assembly 2021.
Watch on the Live Stream
Reports & Speeches
All 🔗 the reports and other documents are available to download. If you are looking for a good overview of what’s coming to this Assembly, you could watch the Conveners’ speeches which this year have been recorded in advance. 🔗 Videos and text transcripts are available on the web; there are also 🔗 YouTube playlists where you can watch the speeches, including 🔗 an option with BSL interpretation.
Review of the year with Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair
Before the Assembly, on Wednesday 19th at 8pm, Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair will be providing a review of the year past – this too will be 🔗 live streamed
Pray for the General Assembly
Lord of the Church, we pray for all who will engage in General Assembly as together we seek to discern your will, purposes and promises for the Church of Scotland.
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