Sunday reflection 2 May 2021

Dear Friends,

Another service and the month of May!

A week ago the heat was in the air but this week, caused by Artic winds, the heating was on in the Manse again. It reminded me of the old saying ‘Ne’er cast a clout till May be oot’. For those a bit confused, ‘don’t shed your win-ter clothes until May is out’ which is even worse!!

Now that the 50 cap has been lifted we are hoping for a slightly larger con-gregation in Naseby this Sunday. Then, it will be assessed in the hope that we may be able to increase the numbers again! It will take time but at the moment please keep booking the usual way on a Friday.

We are also making progress in a couple of other ways: Junior Church will return in the hall on 9 May and we are looking at ways of having fellowship in the Sanctuary after the service, over a cup of tea, whilst the children are, at the moment still separate. Of great joy was that WD40 returned last Wednesday with 18 worshippers – what a privilege to lead the service once more despite the restrictions.

As intimated previously, the celebrations of Christian Aid will take place next Sunday, the 9th and it will be streamed. Therefore, there will be no Zoom service that evening.

Welcome to today’s worship and remember Christ abides with and in you.

Every blessing,

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