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Notices - 26 May

THIS SUNDAY 26th MAY:

11am: Morning service in Broadford Church

11am: Morning service in Kilmore Church and Zoom - YV and Sunday school

11am: Morning service in Kyleakin Church – YC and Sunday school

3pm – 4pm: Families Together (Teaghlaichean Comhla) in Broadford Church (details below)

6pm: Kyleakin Fellowship in the Church Hall (and zoom) – Continuing the Romans Course with ‘Freedom’

 

FAMILIES TOGETHER/TEAGHLAICHEAN CÒMHLA is meeting this Sunday from 3.00-4.00.  We'll be taking a hands-on look at 'What is faith?' with an obstacle course and The Chair of Faith, songs, snacks, and a cuppa. Families of all ages, shapes, and sizes are welcome. 

A NEW MESSAGE FROM THE TREASURER:

Please pick up your own latest Tax Certificate and/or new weekly envelopes at your church door over the next few Sundays.  Your continued financial support is precious and gratefully received.  A special thank you to all who have reviewed their offerings positively since my recent appeal.  Anyone who seeks advice or clarification of our various systems of giving should contact me on mfmacrae@aol.com or 01599 534695.

Yours in Christ alone, Margaret F Macrae, Treasurer, Strath & Sleat Church of Scotland

 

CHRISTIAN AID: Fundraising in Sleat raised £1,510 for the charity last week, including church and community donations as well as money raised at the cafe and bake sale. Many thanks to everyone who contributed in any way. Christian Aid envelopes will remain in all the churches for the next few weeks for anyone who would still like to donate. (please leave completed envelopes in the open plate) Mòran taing dhuibh uile.  

MID-WEEK MEETINGS:

MONDAY 27th MAY:

10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT SLEAT’: Babies with parents/carers – in Sleat Free Church

11am: PRAYER FOR REVIVAL: (on zoom)

TUESDAY 28th MAY:

10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT BROADFORD’: babies with parents/carers – in Broadford Church

7.30pm: KYLEAKIN PRAYER MEETING in Kyleakin Church Hall. All welcome.

WEDNESDAY 29th MAY:

7.30pm: BUIDHEANN BHIOBAILL: gach oidhche Chiadain, aig Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Tha sinn ag obair tro Shoisgeul Eòin agus bhiodh fàilte chridheil romhaibh. Cuiribh brath gu Nicola strathandsleat@gmail.com

7.30pm: BROADFORD BIBLE STUDY:  in Broadford Church foyer. All welcome.

THURSDAY 30th MAY:

2pm: KILMORE LADIES GROUP: in Kilmore Church. We are looking at a study on ‘Meeting the Holy Spirit’. All welcome. Please speak to Jean for further information.

 

NEXT SUNDAY 2nd JUNE:

11am: WHOLE PARISH COMMUNION SERVICE in BROADFORD CHURCH and zoom – Sunday school (N.B. All bread is Gluten-free and the grape-juice is alcohol-free) There will be no morning services in the other churches this morning.

3pm:GAELIC SERVICE in Broadford Church. All very welcome. 

4.30pm: ‘NOURISH’ - Sharing food together and a short thought to nourish the week ahead (free!) all ages welcome. In Kyleakin Church Hall.

COMMUNION: Communion is open to all who love Jesus as their Lord.  While Church membership used to be the route to taking communion, many churches now recognise that the sacrament of communion is wholly personal, and should take place between you and God. You will not be asked to stand before Session before you can take communion.  As a Session, however, we are keen to support you if you would like to chat about it - especially if you are planning to take it for the first time; we can pray about it or find resources that could support you as you take another step in your faith. Please feel free to contact one of your elders at any point. 

There is no record of who does and who does not take communion - only a record of who is a member of the Church. They are not the same thing and we will be developing some new information around Church membership in due course (the national Church of Scotland is currently reviewing this). 

We hope you will join us in Elgol and if it is your first time taking communion, our prayer is that you will be blessed in that special moment between you and God, and that any one of the elders would be only too glad to chat with you privately about it. 

DIGITAL DISCIPLES: Join us for a short series of sessions diving into tech discussions with Amanda, Presbytery Support Officer, and Anne, Mission & Ministry Development Worker. For details on sessions and the Zoom link, visit Cleir Eilean I’s One-Stop Shop at cei.presbytery.org.uk . Interested in digital ministries or know someone who might be? Let us know; we're considering starting a digital ministries group too. Don't forget your tea and cake!

BLESSED BABBLE GROUP CHAT: Join Amanda, Presbytery Support Officer, and Anne, Mission & Ministry Development Worker, for casual Zoom catchups. No set agenda—simply drop in, say hello, ask questions, and connect with others. These weekly sessions are for a limited time only. For more information and the link to join, visit Cleir Eilean I’s One-Stop Shop at cei.presbytery.org.uk

PASTORAL CARE: For any pastoral care concerns or requests, please contact Nicola, the Session Clerk 07825 302 548  strathandsleat@gmail.com 

NEXT WEEK’S NOTICES:

Please send anything you would like included in the church notices for the week to Lesley (as usual, ‘cut-and-paste’ ready, if possible, please) lesleyinskye@yahoo.co.uk  (or ring 01471 822023) by MIDDAY ON THURSDAY AT THE LATEST PLEASE. And please try to keep notices as short as possible!

Notices - 19 May

THIS SUNDAY 19th MAY:

11am: Morning service in Broadford Church – Sunday school

11am: Morning service in Kilmore Church and Zoom - Sunday school

11am: Morning service in Kyleakin Church - YC and Sunday school

3pm: Gaelic service in Kilmore Church with Iain Strathaird. 

6pm: Kyleakin Fellowship in the Church Hall (and zoom) – Continuing the Romans Course - ‘Peace 2’

 

CHRISTIAN AID WEEK 12-18 MAY: Envelopes for donations will be in all the churches this month. Other fundraising activities include a charity cafe at the Ardvasar Hall THIS Friday 17 May between 11am and 2.30pm, with soup, sandwiches and home baking, and a bake sale at Armadale Stores on the morning of Saturday 18th. Please come along to support these events - and please contact Mairead on 844236 if you are able to help with baking. Mòran taing!

 

MID-WEEK MEETINGS:

MONDAY 20th MAY:

10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT SLEAT’: Babies with parents/carers – in Sleat Free Church

11am: PRAYER FOR REVIVAL: (on zoom)

TUESDAY 21st MAY:

10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT BROADFORD’: babies with parents/carers – in Broadford Church

7.30pm: KYLEAKIN PRAYER MEETING in Kyleakin Church Hall. All welcome.

WEDNESDAY 22nd MAY:

7.30pm: BUIDHEANN BHIOBAILL: gach oidhche Chiadain, aig Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Tha sinn ag obair tro Shoisgeul Eòin agus bhiodh fàilte chridheil romhaibh. Cuiribh brath gu Nicola strathandsleat@gmail.com

7.30pm: BROADFORD BIBLE STUDY:  in Broadford Church foyer. All welcome.

THURSDAY 23rd MAY:

2pm: KILMORE LADIES GROUP: in Kilmore Church. We are looking at a study on ‘Meeting the Holy Spirit’. All welcome. Please speak to Jean for further information.

NEXT SUNDAY 26th MAY:

11am: Morning service in Broadford Church

11am: Morning service in Kilmore Church and Zoom - YV and Sunday school

11am: Morning service in Kyleakin Church – YC and Sunday school

3pm – 4pm: Families Together (Teaghlaichean Comhla) in Broadford Church

6pm: Kyleakin Fellowship in the Church Hall (and zoom) – Continuing the Romans Course with   ‘Freedom’

 

HOLIDAY BIBLE CLUB THIS SUMMER:

We are looking towards our Holiday Bible Club in the summer. Please join us if you would like to be part of this year’s team, or help in any way, please contact Timmy or Janette. The dates are still to be confirmed but we are thinking potential dates would be 29th - 31st July. We are hoping to continue with a 3 day event again this year which would be longer days but less of them!! The club needs at least 8 volunteers to run, although more would be great, so even if you can spare just one day to help, that would be amazing. Janette and Timmy Currie   07415112820    janette.timmy@gmail.com

FROM THE TREASURER: Just in case you didn't manage to attend our recent Stated Annual Meeting we would like to bring to your attention the following section from the Treasurer's Report: Important extract from the main Report – contributions from the congregation during 2024 need to reflect a minimum increase of 9% to cover ongoing standing costs (not least the recent doubling of our electricity costs), make contributions to the wider sharing church and undertake essential maintenance of the fabric of our churches and manses. I therefore strongly encourage you all to review your monthly or weekly personal offerings to help your church safely through 2024.

DIGITAL DISCIPLES: Join us for a short series of sessions diving into tech discussions with Amanda, Presbytery Support Officer, and Anne, Mission & Ministry Development Worker. For details on sessions and the Zoom link, visit Cleir Eilean I’s One-Stop Shop at cei.presbytery.org.uk . Interested in digital ministries or know someone who might be? Let us know; we're considering starting a digital ministries group too. Don't forget your tea and cake!

BLESSED BABBLE GROUP CHAT: Join Amanda, Presbytery Support Officer, and Anne, Mission & Ministry Development Worker, for casual Zoom catchups. No set agenda—simply drop in, say hello, ask questions, and connect with others. These weekly sessions are for a limited time only. For more information and the link to join, visit Cleir Eilean I’s One-Stop Shop at cei.presbytery.org.uk .

PASTORAL CARE: For any pastoral care concerns or requests, please contact Nicola, the Session Clerk 07825 302 548  strathandsleat@gmail.com 

NEXT WEEK’S NOTICES:

Please send anything you would like included in the church notices for the week to Lesley (as usual, ‘cut-and-paste’ ready, if possible, please) lesleyinskye@yahoo.co.uk  (or ring 01471 822023) by MIDDAY ON THURSDAY AT THE LATEST PLEASE. And please try to keep notices as short as possible!

Notices - 12 May

THIS SUNDAY 12th MAY:

11am: Morning service in Broadford Church – Sunday school

11am: Morning service in Kilmore Church and Zoom - YV and Sunday school

11am: Morning service in Kyleakin Church – YC and Sunday school

6pm: Kyleakin Fellowship in the Church Hall (and zoom) – Morag MacLeod will be speaking about her work with OM. All welcome.

MORAG AT THE FELLOWSHIP 12th MAY: We are looking forward to hearing Morag MacLeod speaking about her work with Operation Mobilisation at the Kyleakin Fellowship at 6pm on Sunday 12th May. All welcome.

CHRISTIAN AID WEEK 12-18 MAY: Envelopes for donations will be in all the churches this month. Other fundraising activities include a charity cafe at the Ardvasar Hall on Friday 17 May between 11am and 2.30pm, with soup, sandwiches and home baking, and a bake sale at Armadale Stores on the morning of Saturday 18th. Please come along to support these events - and please contact Mairead on 844236 if you are able to help with baking. Mòran taing!

DIGITAL DISCIPLES: Join us for a short series of sessions diving into tech discussions with Amanda, Presbytery Support Officer, and Anne, Mission & Ministry Development Worker. For details on sessions and the Zoom link, visit Cleir Eilean I’s One-Stop Shop at cei.presbytery.org.uk (details in the flyer below). Interested in digital ministries or know someone who might be? Let us know; we're considering starting a digital ministries group too. Don't forget your tea and cake!

BLESSED BABBLE GROUP CHAT: Join Amanda, Presbytery Support Officer, and Anne, Mission & Ministry Development Worker, for casual Zoom catchups. No set agenda—simply drop in, say hello, ask questions, and connect with others. These weekly sessions are for a limited time only. For more information and the link to join, visit Cleir Eilean I’s One-Stop Shop at cei.presbytery.org.uk (details in the flyer below).

 

FROM THE TREASURER: Just in case you didn't manage to attend our recent Stated Annual Meeting we would like to bring to your attention the following section from the Treasurer's Report: Important extract from the main Report – contributions from the congregation during 2024 need to reflect a minimum increase of 9% to cover ongoing standing costs (not least the recent doubling of our electricity costs), make contributions to the wider sharing church and undertake essential maintenance of the fabric of our churches and manses. I therefore strongly encourage you all to review your monthly or weekly personal offerings to help your church safely through 2024.

HOLIDAY BIBLE CLUB THIS SUMMER:

We are looking towards our Holiday Bible Club in the summer. Please join us if you would like to be part of this year’s team, or help in any way, please contact Timmy or Janette. The dates are still to be confirmed but we are thinking potential dates would be 29th - 31st July. We are hoping to continue with a 3 day event again this year which would be longer days but less of them!! The club needs at least 8 volunteers to run, although more would be great, so even if you can spare just one day to help, that would be amazing. Janette and Timmy Currie   07415112820    janette.timmy@gmail.com

MID-WEEK MEETINGS:

MONDAY 13th MAY:10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT SLEAT’: Babies with parents/carers – in Sleat Free Church

11am: PRAYER FOR REVIVAL: (on zoom)

TUESDAY 14th MAY:

10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT BROADFORD’: babies with parents/carers – in Broadford Church

7.30pm: KYLEAKIN PRAYER MEETING in Kyleakin Church Hall. All welcome.

WEDNESDAY 15th MAY:

7.30pm: BUIDHEANN BHIOBAILL: gach oidhche Chiadain, aig Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Tha sinn ag obair tro Shoisgeul Eòin agus bhiodh fàilte chridheil romhaibh. Cuiribh brath gu Nicola strathandsleat@gmail.com

7.30pm: BROADFORD BIBLE STUDY:  in Broadford Church foyer. All welcome.

THURSDAY 16th MAY:

2pm: KILMORE LADIES GROUP: in Kilmore Church. We are looking at a study on ‘Meeting the Holy Spirit’. All welcome. Please speak to Jean for further information.

FRIDAY 17th MAY:

11am-2.30pm: charity cafe at the Ardvasar Hall for Christian Aid.

NEXT SUNDAY 19th MAY:

11am: Morning service in Broadford Church – Sunday school

11am: Morning service in Kilmore Church and Zoom - YV and Sunday school

11am: Morning service in Kyleakin Church - YC and Sunday school

3pm: Gaelic service in Kilmore Church

6pm: Kyleakin Fellowship in the Church Hall (and zoom) – Continuing the Romans Course - ‘Peace 2’

PASTORAL CARE: For any pastoral care concerns or requests, please contact Nicola, the Session Clerk 07825 302 548  strathandsleat@gmail.com 

 

NEXT WEEK’S NOTICES:

Please send anything you would like included in the church notices for the week to Lesley (as usual, ‘cut-and-paste’ ready, if possible, please) lesleyinskye@yahoo.co.uk  (or ring 01471 822023) by MIDDAY ON THURSDAY AT THE LATEST PLEASE. And please try to keep notices as short as possible!

Notices - 5 May

THIS SUNDAY 5th MAY:

11am: WHOLE PARISH COMMUNION SERVICE in ELGOL Village Hall and zoom – Sunday school (N.B. All bread is Gluten-free and the grape-juice is alcohol-free) There will be no morning services in the other churches this morning.

3pm: GAELIC SERVICE in Broadford Church and will be taken by Roddy John MacLeod. All very welcome. 

4.30pm: ‘Nourish’ - Sharing food together and a short thought to nourish the week ahead (free!) all ages welcome! In Kyleakin Church Hall.

 

COMMUNION: Communion is open to all who love Jesus as their Lord.  While Church membership used to be the route to taking communion, many churches now recognise that the sacrament of communion is wholly personal, and should take place between you and God. You will not be asked to stand before Session before you can take communion.  As a Session, however, we are keen to support you if you would like to chat about it - especially if you are planning to take it for the first time; we can pray about it or find resources that could support you as you take another step in your faith. Please feel free to contact one of your elders at any point. 

There is no record of who does and who does not take communion - only a record of who is a member of the Church. They are not the same thing and we will be developing some new information around Church membership in due course (the national Church of Scotland is currently reviewing this). 

We hope you will join us in Elgol and if it is your first time taking communion, our prayer is that you will be blessed in that special moment between you and God, and that any one of the elders would be only too glad to chat with you privately about it.

 

DIGITAL DISCIPLES SUPPORT GROUP: 6 sessions at 6:30pm on Zoom (started April 30th but everyone still very welcome to join in) Come along and chat about all thing’s tech with Amanda, Presbytery Support officer and Anne, Mission & Ministry Development worker. Go to Cleir Eilean I’s One-Stop Shop for information on sessions and the Zoom link cei.presbytery.org.uk                (details in the flyer below)

Interested in digital ministries or know someone who might be? Let us know; we're thinking about starting a digital ministries group too.

Don't forget your tea and cake!

  

BLESSED BABBLE GROUP CHAT: began Thursday, April 25th, (but everyone still very welcome to join in) running for 6 weeks. Join Amanda, Presbytery Support Officer, and Anne, Mission & Ministry Development Worker, for casual Zoom catchups. No agenda—just pop in, say hello, ask questions, and connect with others. Go to Cleir Eilean I’s One Stop Shop for more info and link to join cei.presbytery.org.uk    (details in the flyer below)

 

MORAG AT THE FELLOWSHIP 12th MAY: We are looking forward to hearing Morag MacLeod speaking about her work at the Kyleakin Fellowship at 6pm on Sunday 12th May.

 

FROM THE TREASURER: Just in case you didn't manage to attend our recent Stated Annual Meeting we would like to bring to your attention the following section from the Treasurer's Report: Important extract from the main Report – contributions from the congregation during 2024 need to reflect a minimum increase of 9% to cover ongoing standing costs (not least the recent doubling of our electricity costs), make contributions to the wider sharing church and undertake essential maintenance of the fabric of our churches and manses. I therefore strongly encourage you all to review your monthly or weekly personal offerings to help your church safely through 2024.

 

HOLIDAY BIBLE CLUB THIS SUMMER:

We are looking towards our Holiday Bible Club in the summer. Please join us if you would like to be part of this year’s team, or help in any way, please contact Timmy or Janette. The dates are still to be confirmed but we are thinking potential dates would be 29th - 31st July. We are hoping to continue with a 3 day event again this year which would be longer days but less of them!! The club needs at least 8 volunteers to run, although more would be great, so even if you can spare just one day to help, that would be amazing. Janette and Timmy Currie   07415112820    janette.timmy@gmail.com

 

MID-WEEK MEETINGS:

MONDAY 6th MAY:

10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT SLEAT’: Babies with parents/carers – in Sleat Free Church

11am: PRAYER FOR REVIVAL: (on zoom)

TUESDAY 7th MAY:

10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT BROADFORD’: babies with parents/carers – in Broadford Church

7.30pm: KYLEAKIN PRAYER MEETING in Kyleakin Church Hall. All welcome.

WEDNESDAY 8th MAY:

7.30pm: BUIDHEANN BHIOBAILL: gach oidhche Chiadain, aig Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Tha sinn ag obair tro Shoisgeul Eòin agus bhiodh fàilte chridheil romhaibh. Cuiribh brath gu Nicola strathandsleat@gmail.com

7.30pm: BROADFORD BIBLE STUDY:  in Broadford Church foyer. All welcome.

THURSDAY 9th MAY:

2pm: KILMORE LADIES GROUP: in Kilmore Church. We are looking at a study on ‘Meeting the Holy Spirit’. All welcome. Please speak to Jean for further information.

NEXT SUNDAY 12th MAY:

11AM: Morning service in Broadford Church- Sunday school

11am: Morning service in Kilmore Church - YV and Sunday school

11am: Morning service in Kyleakin Church and Zoom – YC & Sunday school

6pm: Kyleakin Fellowship in the Church Hall (and zoom) – Morag MacLeod will be speaking about her work.

 

PASTORAL CARE: For any pastoral care concerns or requests, please contact Nicola, the Session Clerk 07825 302 548  strathandsleat@gmail.com 

NEXT WEEK’S NOTICES:

Please send anything you would like included in the church notices for the week to Lesley (as usual, ‘cut-and-paste’ ready, if possible, please) lesleyinskye@yahoo.co.uk  (or ring 01471 822023) by MIDDAY ON THURSDAY AT THE LATEST PLEASE. And please try to keep notices as short as possible!

Notices - 28 April

DIGITAL DISCIPLES SUPPORT GROUP: 6 sessions starting April 30th at 6:30pm on Zoom. Come along and chat about all things tech with Amanda, Presbytery Support officer and Anne, Mission & Ministry Development worker. Go to Cleir Eilean I’s One-Stop Shop for information on sessions and the Zoom link cei.presbytery.org.uk         

Interested in digital ministries or know someone who might be? Let us know; we're thinking about starting a digital ministries group too.

Don't forget your tea and cake!

  

BLESSED BABBLE GROUP CHAT: begins Thursday, April 25th, running for 6 weeks. Join Amanda, Presbytery Support Officer, and Anne, Mission & Ministry Development Worker, for casual Zoom catchups. No agenda—just pop in, say hello, ask questions, and connect with others. Go to Cleir Eilean I’s One Stop Shop for more info and link to join cei.presbytery.org.uk                (details in the flyer below)

FAMILIES TOGETHER/TEAGHLAICHEN CÒMHLA:  is on this Sunday! For families of all ages, shapes and sizes, we will exploring the question "What is faith?" with an obstacle course and The Chair of Faith.  Join us from 3-4 this Sunday afternoon at Broadford Church for fun, fellowship, and a cuppa.

 

MORAG AT THE FELLOWSHIP 12th MAY: We are looking forward to hearing Morag MacLeod speaking about her work at the Kyleakin Fellowship at 6pm on Sunday 12th May.

 

COMMUNION: Communion is open to all who love Jesus as their Lord.  While Church membership used to be the route to taking communion, many churches now recognise that the sacrament of communion is wholly personal, and should take place between you and God. You will not be asked to stand before Session before you can take communion.  As a Session, however, we are keen to support you if you would like to chat about it - especially if you are planning to take it for the first time; we can pray about it or find resources that could support you as you take another step in your faith. Please feel free to contact one of your elders at any point. 

There is no record of who does and who does not take communion - only a record of who is a member of the Church. They are not the same thing and we will be developing some new information around Church membership in due course (the national Church of Scotland is currently reviewing this). 

We hope you will join us in Elgol and if it is your first time taking communion, our prayer is that you will be blessed in that special moment between you and God, and that any one of the elders would be only too glad to chat with you privately about it. 

 

FROM THE TREASURER: Just in case you didn't manage to attend our recent Stated Annual Meeting we would like to bring to your attention the following section from the Treasurer's Report: Important extract from the main Report – contributions from the congregation during 2024 need to reflect a minimum increase of 9% to cover ongoing standing costs (not least the recent doubling of our electricity costs), make contributions to the wider sharing church and undertake essential maintenance of the fabric of our churches and manses. I therefore strongly encourage you all to review your monthly or weekly personal offerings to help your church safely through 2024.

 

HOLIDAY BIBLE CLUB THIS SUMMER:

We are looking towards our Holiday Bible Club in the summer. Please join us if you would like to be part of this year’s team, or help in any way, please contact Timmy or Janette. The dates are still to be confirmed but we are thinking potential dates would be 29th - 31st July. We are hoping to continue with a 3 day event again this year which would be longer days but less of them!! The club needs at least 8 volunteers to run, although more would be great, so even if you can spare just one day to help, that would be amazing. Janette and Timmy Currie   07415112820    janette.timmy@gmail.com

 

THIS SUNDAY 28th APRIL:

11am: Morning service in Broadford Church

11am: Morning service in Kilmore Church - YV and Sunday school

11am: Morning service in Kyleakin Church and Zoom – YC & Sunday school 3pm - 4pm: Families Together(Teaghlaichean Comhla) in Broadford Church

6pm: Kyleakin Fellowship in the Church Hall (and zoom) – Continuing the Romans Course - ‘Peace’

 

MID-WEEK MEETINGS:

MONDAY 29th APRIL:

10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT SLEAT’: Babies with parents/carers – in Sleat Free Church

11am: PRAYER FOR REVIVAL: (on zoom)

TUESDAY 30th APRIL:

10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT BROADFORD’: babies with parents/carers – in Broadford Church

7.30pm: KYLEAKIN PRAYER MEETING in Kyleakin Church Hall. All welcome.

WEDNESDAY 1st MAY:

7.30pm: BUIDHEANN BHIOBAILL: gach oidhche Chiadain, aig Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Tha sinn ag obair tro Shoisgeul Eòin agus bhiodh fàilte chridheil romhaibh. Cuiribh brath gu Nicola strathandsleat@gmail.com

7.30pm: BROADFORD BIBLE STUDY:  in Broadford Church foyer. All welcome.

THURSDAY 2nd MAY:

2pm: KILMORE LADIES GROUP: in Kilmore Church. We are looking at a study on ‘Meeting the Holy Spirit’. All welcome. Please speak to Jean for further information.

 

NEXT SUNDAY - 5th MAY:

11am: WHOLE PARISH COMMUNION SERVICE in ELGOL Village Hall and zoom – Sunday school (N.B. All bread is Gluten-free and the grape-juice is alcohol-free)

3pm: GAELIC SERVICE in Broadford Church

4.30pm: ‘NOURISH’ - Sharing food together and a short thought to nourish the week ahead (free!) all ages welcome. In Kyleakin Church Hall.

 

PASTORAL CARE: For any pastoral care concerns or requests, please contact Nicola, the Session Clerk 07825 302 548  strathandsleat@gmail.com 

Notices - 21 April

FROM THE TREASURER: Just in case you didn't manage to attend our recent Stated Annual Meeting we would like to bring to your attention the following section from the Treasurer's Report: Important extract from the main Report – contributions from the congregation during 2024 need to reflect a minimum increase of 9% to cover ongoing standing costs (not least the recent doubling of our electricity costs), make contributions to the wider sharing church and undertake essential maintenance of the fabric of our churches and manses. I therefore strongly encourage you all to review your monthly or weekly personal offerings to help your church safely through 2024.

HOLIDAY BIBLE CLUB THIS SUMMER:
We are looking towards our Holiday Bible Club in the summer. Please join us if you would like to be part of this year’s team, or help in any way, please contact Timmy or Janette. The dates are still to be confirmed but we are thinking potential dates would be 29th - 31st July. We are hoping to continue with a 3 day event again this year which would be longer days but less of them!! The club needs at least 8 volunteers to run, although more would be great, so even if you can spare just one day to help, that would be amazing. Janette and Timmy Currie   07415112820    janette.timmy@gmail.com
  
THIS SUNDAY 21st APRIL:
11am: Morning service in Broadford Church – and Sunday school
11am: Morning service in Kilmore Church – YV and Sunday school – Rev. Hector Morrison (Principal Highland Theological College) will be preaching in Kilmore in the morning, all welcome to join us.
11am: Morning service in Kyleakin Church and Zoom – YC and Sunday school
3pm: Gaelic service in Kilmore Church: Rev. Hector Morrison. Bidh fàilte oirbh uile. 
6pm: Kyleakin Fellowship in the Church Hall (and zoom) – Continuing the Romans Course, ‘Salvation2’

MID-WEEK MEETINGS:
MONDAY 22nd APRIL:
10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT SLEAT’: Babies with parents/carers – in Sleat Free Church. 
11am: PRAYER FOR REVIVAL: (on zoom)
TUESDAY 23rd APRIL:
10.30-12.30: ‘MAKE IT COUNT BROADFORD’: Babies with parents/carers – in Broadford Church
7.30pm: KYLEAKIN PRAYER MEETING in Kyleakin Church Hall. All welcome.
WEDNESDAY 24th APRIL:
7.30pm: BUIDHEANN BHIOBAILL: gach oidhche Chiadain, aig Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Tha sinn ag obair tro Shoisgeul Eòin agus bhiodh fàilte chridheil romhaibh. Cuiribh brath gu Nicola strathandsleat@gmail.com
7.30pm: BROADFORD BIBLE STUDY:  in Broadford Church foyer. All welcome.
THURSDAY 25th APRIL:
2pm: KILMORE LADIES GROUP: in Kilmore Church. We are starting a new study on ‘Meeting the Holy Spirit’. All welcome. Please speak to Jean for further information.

NEXT SUNDAY 28th APRIL:
11am: Morning service in Broadford Church
11am: Morning service in Kilmore Church - YV and Sunday school
11am: Morning service in Kyleakin Church and Zoom - YC & Sunday school
3pm – 4pm: Families Together (Teaghlaichean Comhla) in Broadford Church
6pm: Kyleakin Fellowship in the Church Hall (and zoom) – Continuing the Romans Course - ‘Peace’
 
PASTORAL CARE: For any pastoral care concerns or requests, please contact Nicola, the Session Clerk 07825 302 548  strathandsleat@gmail.com 
 
NEXT WEEK’S NOTICES:
Please send anything you would like included in the church notices for the week to Lesley (as usual, ‘cut-and-paste’ ready, if possible, please) lesleyinskye@yahoo.co.uk  (or ring 01471 822023) by MIDDAY ON THURSDAY AT THE LATEST PLEASE. And please try to keep notices as short as possible!

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