Prayer Diary from the Guild Office

A Prayer Diary from the Guild Office

Pray this week
Monday: asking God to challenge you, to speak to you today and not allow you to live in the past
Tuesday: for the people in your street, those you know well and those who are not as well known to you
Wednesday: asking God to give you opportunities to show creative hospitality to others, and to do it joyfully and without grumbling
Thursday: for CrossReach staff who have been serving selflessly over the last 12 weeks. Asking God to walk with them and encourage them
Friday: for peace and reconciliation between Israel and Palestine
Saturday: for families with young children as they spend more time outdoors and with family in the coming weeks
Sunday: for our Church of Scotland mission partners, both those at home on furlough and those still based overseas

The Link July 2020

The Link July 2020 Edition

Our sincere thanks to Gordon Roy for compiling this very interesting issue of The Link.  Also thanks to all the contributors for their news and articles.

Information on how to join Zoom

Our congregations are becoming increasingly adapt and relaxed at using Zoom and anyone who is still hesitating please take the plunge now. You can join and turn off your video if you feel more comfortable. This can help, especially if you have a poor wi fi connection whilst still allowing you to hear the sound.

It is best if you download the Zoom app which is free and when the link to a live service is published on this web site or sent to you by email  open Join meeting and paste this link and click on it.  Remember to turn on your sound!

Detailed below is another way of joining a Zoom meeting if you do not have access to an internet connection.
Dial in on your phone through a normal landline number .
Your phone will need a key with this symbol “#” (called a
Hash key) and a “*” (star key) as well.
1. Dial: 0131 460 1196 anytime after 10:30am on Sunday
2. When asked by the recorded message, this is the
meeting ID to enter by pressing the phone buttons
812 8639 8284 (don’t enter spaces) then press #
3. You have no participant’s number to enter so press #
again when asked.

We hope you will join us and participate in the worship.

Mairi’s 5 minute chat 2nd July

Instead of having an exciting trip to Oberammergau Mairi unfortunately like the rest of us is stuck at home!

Listen to the 5 minute chat to find out her news.

Family Adventure Play Mat

Pick up your copy from behind the Church wall beneath the blue noticeboard.

Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray from Ascension to Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus.
Since its start in May 2016, just three and a half years ago, God has grown Thy Kingdom Come from a dream of possibility into a movement. In 2019 Christians from 172 countries took part in praying ‘Come Holy Spirit’, so that friends and family, neighbours and colleagues might come to faith in Jesus Christ.

Thy Kingdom Come  Please click on link and you will find details of the Daily Prayer for Thy Kingdom Come and other resources.

Pick up a copy of the Prayer Journal and the Family Adventure Map – they are in a poly bag behind the Church wall beside the Blue sign.  Please feel free to take a copy. 

Children & Young People

See the latest news from the Hot Chocolate Club

I’m sure they are better at Zooming than some of us!  Children & Young People

Bible Study Group

The Group is starting a new series called Trusting God in difficult times and it’s based on a series of short talks from Tim Keller. The first session is from Psalm 11.

Join Blackford and Ardoch members on this link: contact Gordon or Mairi for more details.

Christian Aid

Christian Aid Week like everything else is very different this year.  Normally Pat Aitken and her team of volunteers post Christian Aid envelopes through the doors of everyone in Braco and Greenloaning and the generosity of our communities have raised large sums of money to be distributed to provide life saving support for some of the poorest families in the world.

How you can support Christian Aid 

Please click here