Dear friends, ‘Many a true word spoken in jest’, wrote Geoffrey Chaucer in the Cook’s Tale in 1930. The caption has much truth to it! We are closer to opening the Naseby Sanctuary but despite the announcement from the Scottish
Dear friends, Welcome to another Sunday Reflection time. You will all have heard the announcement from the Scottish Governmentthat places of worship are to open. Let me say that whilst the news liftedmy spirit, it has come with many restrictions,
Dear friends, Welcome to another Sunday Reflection. This Sunday the Manse family were supposed to be sunning themselves in Greece but, as is obvious, this did not happen. Restrictions are easing, quarantines are being lifted but our holiday was cancelled.
Dear friends, Welcome to another Sunday. It’s hard to believe we are now in July and thinking of holidays but with nowhere to go! We are hoping that with the easing of lockdown, and as we move through the phases,
‘Someone’s knocking at the door, someone’s ringing the bell, do me a favour, open the door and let him in.’ Now that I’ve put that song in your head, you are not going to forget it! You will remember it
From the Editor Welcome to our fourth Lockdown Newsletter. By the timeyou read this, we will be halfway through our 14th weekof Lockdown – who would have imagined at the start of2020 how the year would turn out? We are
Dear friends, Welcome to another service. The Very Rev John Chalmers, former Principal Clerk, played a part in our Elders’ Conference a good number of years ago before we became the new church we are today. He writes in Life