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As I said in the sermon on the 20th of August, we live in a ‘cashless’ society. We pay either by card or by mobile phone and we are becoming so used to it, there are times when I don’t
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I have, just recently, got my new car!! Drum roll please… it is a…Fiat!Now there is a surprise. There is a little debate what colour the Fiat actually is. I was sold the car on the name ‘Italia Blue’ but
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I haven’t watched ‘The Portable Door’ and the mysterious firm J.W. Wells and Co yet, even though it’s now on SKY, but I probably will. I like the idea of a door that can take you to different places.  I
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I always have to keep my diary close by when a new year begins. Marked in the pages in January is Francesca’s birthday; February is John Luca’s and our wedding anniversary; followed by Mother’s Day in March. These are family
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As some of you may know, through the kindness of their hearts, the Kirk Session, recognising the busyness of the Christmas season, allow me a little Sunday off in January. That weekend we arranged to head south to see the
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Last year, we had the privilege of having Rachel Kail staying at the Manse. Rachel had come over from the good old U.S.A, from Kansas, Missouri, to be exact. Rachel had been with us before, sharing her wide knowledge of
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The last two services in the Kirk have been a great joy. Firstly, on the 13th of November, we held our Remembrance Service, with over 260 worshippers in the Naseby Sanctuary. It is worth repeating praise of the behaviour of
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How good it was to be back amongst you on Sunday 23rd after my time in hospital and period of recuperation. As I said to the children in the service, with the ‘bottle protector’ as the visual aid, we are
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