Sunday reflection 5 July 2020

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, it won’t be long until a Sunday becomes something like the Sundays we have been used to. Our Health and Safety Committee are working through the Risk Assessment documentation in preparation – my thanks to all those who are looking at all the matters connected to our buildings.

Last week, in the manse, we upgraded the broadband which was sorely out-of-date and very slow, so all the passwords had to change on televisions and computers. On Thursday, needing work printed, my printer decided to inform me that there was an ‘error’. All morning I looked at settings on my computer, opening and trying everything possible to get the paperwork out, to no avail.

Down strolled the teenager and within 5 minutes the printer was working perfectly well again! Old hands need young hands. Old minds need young minds. Old words: ‘Let’s watch a picture,’ new words,: ‘we’ve got that on Netflix’!

We learn from each other day and daily,


Click to download weekly reflection for Sunday 5 July 2020 (PDF):-

Rev Mackay’s weekly reflection is also accompanied by a piece from our musical director, Razvan Luculescu. This week, Razvan has chosen When The Saints Go Marching In.