Sunday reflection 14 March 2021

Dear friends,

Welcome to another Sunday service, on this the fourth Sunday in Lent and also Mothering Sunday.

Thanks to all who are participating in the Junior Church 21 for 21 challenge. Junior Church are doing well, introducing a warm up and even demonstrating exercises on their Sunday Zoom! Some members of the congregation have asked for details of the exercises so that they can follow the exercise plan too. If anyone else wishes to try it, and I’m sure you do, just contact Victor Craig who will be able to provide details.

If you wish to donate, supporting in that way: or cash or cheques to Lilian Murray, 102 Randolph Road, Broomhill G11 7EE, cheques payable to “Broomhill Hyndland Junior Church.”

Though our Kirk Session meets this week and still have to agree the service times recommended by our Worship Committee, you will be aware of the changes announced by the Scottish Government of the relaxation of the rules.
Besides the Holy Week evening services by Zoom, we are hoping that the Naseby Park Sanctuary will be open for 50 once more on Palm Sunday with a Zoom at 7pm and we are aiming to stream our Easter Sunday service. Please bear in mind things may change. However, that means the booking system will return for Palm Sunday.

For Facebook users, we have been placing the readings on our page on a Monday not just for you to be aware of them but to read them over and take part in a discussion.

Please try and have a go: we can all learn from each other.

It is Mothering Sunday and in our prayers we should remember the forth-coming funerals of Cathie Cuthbertson and Elsie MacDonald this week. It is also the anniversary of the Dunblane Primary School killings so our thoughts also go there too.

Next Sunday, Kevin Cannon, who has entered the Discernment Process, will be participating with us in Zoom as I am his Presbytery Assessor.

Can I, as always, wish you every blessing this Sunday.


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