Sunday reflection 5 September 2021

Dear friends

Welcome to another Sunday – now in the month of September!

Next Sunday, probably in some limited way, we will be celebrating Harvest. The trees in the manse garden are slowly beginning to turn as we move from summer, which has been even for me, relatively pleasant, to the season of autumn, or as I prefer, fall.

The word ‘fall’ always describes more accurately what happens as the leaves fall to the earth, only to rise in the joy of springtime.

Robert Limond’s funeral will now take place on Wednesday 15th September at Clydebank Crematorium at the time of 10.30am. Christine has asked that if you are intending to come, to give your name if you can to Victor or Anne Craig. Like our church service here, whilst some regulations have eased, track and trace still applies. It is slightly easier here, generally we know who attends and where you sit, but a funeral can be more complicated, so, please help out if you can.

Tea fellowship is available at the end of the service in the small hall – as always, our thanks to those who help out in this way. The Flower Ministry are always keen to send the flowers into the parish, so if you are aware of anyone who would love to have them displayed in their house, please let the team know. One family we are rejoicing with is the Duff’s/ Craig’s. Ruth gave birth to baby Robyn last Sunday – both are doing well.

Approaching soon, our Kirk Session meeting, also on Wednesday 15th, as well as WD40 at 2pm.

Every blessing,


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