Ardchattan Parish News

On Easter morning .....
05 April 2015

It was wonderful to be able to welcome so many visitors, friends and family to Ardchattan Kirk on Easter morning.     

As is our tradition - can anyone tell us when it started? - the youngsters participated in egg rolling after worship. The beautiful brown hard boiled eggs supplied were amazingly resilient.

            

Afterwards some folk returned home to sample the Meaningful Chocolate eggs which had been ordered through the our church- they include the Easter Story and are made of fairtrade chocolate.

 

Aileen's Australia Trip..
24 March 2015

When Aileen visited  Australia she attended the St. Kilda Baptist Church in Melbourne where she was made very welcome. Their theme for Lent was “Choices”.

Amongst the people she met were Tim & Mary (in the photograph). They will be visiting Iona in May/June and they will spend a night with Andrew & Aileen on their way home.

In March .....
20 March 2015

World Day of Prayer. On March 6th 19 folk of various denominations gathered together in Ford Spence Court to share with Christians around the world in the worship service. This year it had been provided by Christians in the Bahamas. The service, entitled 'Jesus said to them: Do you know what I have done to you?' which focused around the Gospel account of Jesus washing his Disciples' feet, was introduced, led and read by 5 different voices from our Parish. It was followed by a tasty tea and chat. 

              

Lenten Table Talk Throughout March a dozen folk have met at the Manse on Tuesday evenings for study and discussion. This year they have been looking at the story of Elijah (1 Kings 17-19) and reflecting on how his experiences can help us today.

Baptism in Ardchattan..
15 February 2015

A congregation from across the Parish joined together in worship in Ardchattan Kirk on February 15th, sharing the witness and celebration of the baptism of young Ruaridh Yates. Ruaridh's parents, Kerry and Elliot, were joined by many of their family and friends for the happy occasion.

       

        

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