Sunday reflection 1 November 2020

Dear friends

Welcome to another Sunday. 

November has now arrived and as always I would like to thank all of you for getting us to this stage in the year. At last our children will be back in the buildings and the Church of some sort. Whilst they won’t be in the Sanctuary, because of the limitation in numbers, it is great to know they are around us. 

This Wednesday WD40 will take place again at 2pm under the usual restrictions. It is really nice, whilst we cannot sing like on a Sunday, to listen to both Razvan and Donald playing. I miss the singing but as we discovered, by actually concentrating on the words, the music really touches you, so to all our talented musical people, many thanks for what you do. 

Next Sunday is Remembrance Sunday and even though the Order will have some similarities it cannot be the same as before. It is sensible for continuity to keep the service at 10.30am and mark the two minute silence as usual at 11am. 

In our prayers we of course think of those affected by Covid, the killings in Nice, and the USA elections to name but three. Locally, we remember the funeral of both Margaret Greer which took place on Tuesday and Ewen Farrell whose funeral took place on Thursday. Sadly, I have to intimate the death of another member, Miss Sheila Tullett, who died on the 27th. Her funeral takes place on Friday 6 November at Clydebank Crematorium. The service ill be streamed which will begin at 9.30. The link for the streaming is, and then follow the instructions. Will all Elders remember the virtual Kirk Session this Wednesday and the papers that have been sent out and respond accordingly. 

Every blessing, every prayer, 


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