Sunday Sermon

Geoff Murray
20th November, 2022

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By what authority?

Jesus has all the authority of heaven and earth and therefore calls us to live for him, not to earn his acceptance but as a response of thanksgiving to him for his kindness to us in creating and sustaining the world, in dying on the cross for our sins, in rising again, for our salvation.

You need to turn to Jesus the true Shepherd. Only he can love you with a perfect love. What a blessing, to have Jesus promising us his eternal protection and love and care. Come to Jesus without delay.

Blythswood Care Shoe box appeal

Bring hope this Christmas

Bring hope this Christmas

Each year, the Blythswood Care organisation delivers Christmas gifts to vulnerable people in Eastern Europe. This year, shoe boxes filled with gifts will be delivered to Ukraine, Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Kosovo, Moldova, Romania and Serbia.

We've been able to source 28 filled boxes which shall shortly be collected by the Blythswood Care Team.

What a gift this will be to those who otherwise might have had nothing on Christmas morning. Thank you so much to everyone for your contribution.

What’s on

Congregation
Sunday morning service

You are warmly invited to join us for Sunday Morning Worship at 11 am. Creche facilities and Sunday School are available.

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Devotional
Sunday Evening Service

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Prayer
Prayer meeting

Prayer meeting on Wednesday 7:30 pm on Zoom. This is normally done by invitation. If you’d like to be included, please contact us.

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Community Café
Community Café

Come and enjoy a blether, a cuppa and some home baking. Every second Saturday 10:00 to 12 noon.

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Book Review

'The Air We Breathe' by Glen Scrivener
Reviewed by Tony Fowler
How We All Came to Believe in Freedom, Kindness, Progress, and Equality

Book Review

The Air We Breathe

The secular world lives by ‘real’ values such as equality, compassion and freedom – values that are based on science, and lead to definite progress.

The challenge for Christians is to live in the light of the death and resurrection of our Saviour, and to be true to the values that He unleashed upon an unsuspecting world.