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A Morning Gathering on 18th March 2017
10.00 a.m. at Canonbie Church
A Friend at Midnight

Jesus’ promise to all who follow him is the joyful surprise of discovering spiritual treasures that can never be taken from us.Our gathering is a time for those who seek to be 
Followers of the Way of the Lord Jesus 
to meet, share and listen with one another.

10.00            coffee and welcome
10.20            The Midnight Friend – Luke 11 : 5 – 8
10.30            small group sharing
12.00            plenary session
12.30            Light lunch in the Church
More details about this conference will be posted soon.
Please ask James Gatherer is you wish to know more.

 

Please click on the following link to know more about this gathering – http://www.colvendchurch.com/a-friend-at-midnight.html

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Sunday Sermon

In case anyone would like to read yesterday’s sermon, here it it! sunday-19th-feb-2017

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In this series of three lectures, Glasgow-based Practical Theologian and Kirk Minister, Dr Doug Gay will offer a candid, forthright and bold analysis of the state of the Church of Scotland and the choices facing it.

Rev Dr Doug Gay

Rev Dr Doug Gay

First lecture: St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, 1st February 2017 at 6.30pm. Entry is free, and all are welcome. It will also be webcast live.

He will explore what it means to be ‘presbyterian’ in today’s Scotland, in which even kirk members are ambivalent about their identity. Recognising the significant challenges facing the church in the coming decade, he will offer a manifesto for enacting structural reform, including key economic reforms, within the Kirk and will argue that change is essential to address deep seated problems of decline and dysfunction.

Watch Live

All lectures will be broadcast live from St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh from 6.30pm on each occasion.

To view please click on the link Doug Gay lecture

Schedule

Lecture 1 — “Walls Without Church?”

The first lecture (1st February) explores ‘what just happened?’ tracing the decline of the Kirk as a national institution since the 1960s.

Lecture 2 — “Call and Response”

The second lecture (8th February) explores the relationship between the church’s understanding of its own calling and its response.

Lecture 3 — “Grand Designs”

The final lecture (15th February) makes the case for radical structural reform of the Church of Scotland over the next decade.

 

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