This week we continue our theme from Sunday of Holding Lightly To The Things Of This World - Transformed Not Conformed. Each day we develop the theme a little more in a short video.
Let’s Pray For Irish mission workers
Pray for the Irish mission workers in the Republic of Ireland: David Boyd (in Dublin), Tom Dowling (in Kilkenny) and Philip Whelton (in Arklow) as they continue to serve the Lord and share the gospel with others.
Irish mission workers
Pray for the Irish mission workers as they continue to adapt and develop their ministry whilst complying with all Covid-19 guidelines.
This well argued letter was published in the Newsletter this week.
Today, Americans celebrate a national holiday set aside to give thanks for the blessings of the preceding year. But there is more to Thanksgiving than you may realise. Here are nine things about the holiday (and the attitude) of Thanksgiving: And where Black Friday comes from.
Memorial to Chaplains in the Great War
The Forces Chaplaincy Panel and the Presbyterian Historical Society have together produced a very interesting and inspiring booklet, called Memorial to Chaplains in the Great War, recognising the part played by Presbyterian Chaplains during the 1st World War. Copies of the book can be ordered from the Mission office for £3 + postage via email. firstname.lastname@example.org A sample of the book is available to view.
My ipad shared a memory with me yesterday, that I had forgotten about with everything that has happened this year. At the beginning of March I wandered into Agherton Grange and arrived in the middle of Jean’s Birthday Party. Do you remember a time when we were able to share cake and have photographs taken together? Looking through the rest of my photos, the lovely one with Irene was the last photo I had taken with anyone before the Lockdown restrictions came into force.
The times for yesterday’s Jigsaw
Play the "Promenade Thur" puzzle!