Happy Easter everyone! Thanks to all those who submitted their favourite Easter hymns for us to share on the website. Today we have two hymns for you to enjoy. Jean has chosen the powerful spiritual “Were you there when they crucified my Lord?”. Then we have the equally powerful modern hymn “In Christ Alone”, by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend, which has been chosen by Allison. Come back tomorrow for another two Easter favourites.
Across Scotland the Guild (which includes our Fellowship) has raised more than £520,000 over 2018-2021 in support of their Project partnerships. A celebration video is available at:
The video has been produced to celebrate this achievement and thank all supporters.
The Presbytery of Falkirk will hold a virtual meeting on Tuesday 2nd March 2021 at 7.00pm. The first item on the agenda will be revising the current Presbytery Plan.
You are invited to observe the livestream of the meeting through the Presbytery website (www.falkirkpresbytery.org.uk) or Facebook page (www.facebook.com/falkirkpresbytery). Links to the live stream will be available from just before 7pm.
This year the local service for the World Day of Prayer will be led by Blackbraes and Shieldhill Church on Friday 5th March at 7pm.
The service will be live streamed on the Braes Churches new YouTube channel http://braeschurches.org.uk. It will also be available on DVD, CD and will be available to listen to via telephone within 24 hours of the event on 01324 468811. For more details of these see Brightons Parish Church website www.brightonschurch.org.uk.
The theme of the World Day of Prayer this year is “Build on a strong foundation” and the material was written by the Christian women of Vanuatu.
Should you wish to make an offering to support the World Day of Prayer you may so via Brightons Church Paypal account, or pop it into the church mailbox, or give to any office bearer, saying “Donation for WDP”.
As people all round the world come together in prayer, a warm welcome is extended to everyone.
We hope you’ll find plenty to interest you on these pages, but if there’s anything else you’d like to see, please get in touch using the ‘contact’ option above.
Polmont Old Parish Church is your church and the more you put in to it, the more you’ll get out of it. We look forward to hearing from you!
Finlay, Calum and Cameron from Boys’ Brigade Junior Section delivered boxes of arts and crafts materials and Christmas cards to Crossreach St. Margaret’s Home yesterday morning! Thanks to everyone who made a card and donated items.