Sunday Service

9th August 2020

Psalm 121

Church at home - St. Madoes and Kinfauns Parish Church
Call to Worship
Call to Worship
Psalm: 121
Psalm: 121
Bible reading: Psalm 121
Bible reading: Psalm 121
Hymn: Psalm 121 (He Watches Over You)
Hymn: Psalm 121 (He Watches Over You)
Sunday service
Sunday Reflection 9th August 20
Hymn: I Will Wait For You
Hymn: I Will Wait For You
Prayer
Prayer
Watch over me - Sunday Family time
Watch over me - Sunday Family time
What A Mighty God We Serve (Kids Praise and Worship)
What A Mighty God We Serve (Kids Praise and Worship)
Bible Reading reprise - Psalm 121
Bible Reading reprise - Psalm 121
Daily Devotion
Lord, Make me an instrument of your peac
 
An ancient prayer of St Francis - May God enable us to be instruments of his peace, grace and love today.
Marc
8th August
 
Lord, when we have unanswered prayers we get frustrated, teach us to wait and trust in YOUR plan for our lives. 
Amen.
Marc
7th August
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Luke 18 v1
Prayer space
The Prayer Space in the Kinfauns room is now open for individual prayer.
Can I please encourage you to visit it and to take some time to pray?
While visiting please follow the guidance including completing the track and trace sheet.
Please enter and exit using the fire exit door NOT through the cafe.
Dear Father, thank you so much for being faithful to us. For providing us with more than we have needed. God we are sorry that we do not put you first in our lives and other things get in the way. We pray for a deeper sense of who you are and who we are in you. Holy Spirit come and bless us anew. We invite you to come and meet with us. Open our eyes to new possibilities and lead us to where your heart is.
Amen.

Coronavirus/COVID-19 update

 

To Our Church Family

 

Dear All,

It feels like we are all caught up in a whirlwind or some kind of alternative reality perhaps it feels like some kind of bad dream that we'd just love to wake up from.

As we enter the government's 'stay at home - stay safe' phase of response, we are going to need each other much more, and each of us needs to reflect on how we can be "church" where we are, even if we are not able to get along to services.

How might we be the fragrance of Jesus in our community, in our street, even in our home? It's often easy (well it is for me) to focus in on our own needs and forget that there are others in need too. But we can be beacons of hope and trust in our community. If we are able to make contact and keep up with those in our community. Whilst visiting someone is no longer permitted, certainly giving them a call would be, particularly those who live on their own and might like a chat with a 'real' person.

 

I have outlined, below, some other ways in which we can stay connected during this time.

As Moses prepares to handover to Joshua and the people of Israel look across the Jordan River he says to Israel: ‘Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.' Deut. 31:6

 

To keep in touch, we recommend that...

 

....you join the Church What's App Group
           (to do this you need to send your mobile number to Marc 07920805703)

 

....you regularly check this Church website and The Madoch Centre Facebook page for updates.

 

 

Care

On the advice of the Church of Scotland COVID Task Group, all routine pastoral visiting has been suspended until further notice.

However, pastoral phone calls can be arranged, and you are encouraged to call the Church office on 01738 861023 or email to mbircham@churchofscotland.org.uk to arrange this when required. Please add any prayer requests to the WhatsApp page, the Prayer Request page of this website or email Marc - please let him know if the request is confidential.

We will also endeavour to keep in touch with the most vulnerable members of the Church through phone calls and cards. We have already had offers from folk willing to phone people or help stay in touch.

 

We are helping the wider community through the Community Larder and will advertise through Madoch Facebook Page as to what we are needing. The 'Community Larder' has been created in the container at the back right-hand-side of the Centre where non-perishable foods and some necessities can be accessed.

These goods have been donated by individuals or businesses and provide a way of local people getting things they may require. It obviously saves unnecessarily journeys in to town. The idea is you just help yourself.

If you or someone you know has a need of food or some other essentials to tide them over at this time, please give us a call.

 

You can still go for a walk (1 hour a day on your own or with a family member), but please follow government guidelines. This can be a great opportunity for prayer.

 

Worship and Nurture

As gathering in the building for worship is suspended, a Sunday reflection will be available on the WhatsApp page and the Church website (at the top of this page).

 

Finances & Giving

As there is no public gathering for worship naturally our church finances will be significantly affected. If you gave through open plate or FWO envelopes you can still put the money aside each week until it will be possible to deliver it to church. However, should you wish to, it would be helpful if you were able to set up a standing order during this time.

To set up a standing order you will require the appropriate information so please contact the Centre office and we will get this information to you.

Keep in Touch

 

Please keep in touch!

 

This season of uncertainty will pass and although there will be challenges there will be opportunities to give and receive love and care. We will grow as disciples as we pray, engage with the word and worship together although in a different way. If you are anxious, share it, if you have gifts, share them and let's spur one another to lift our eyes and hearts to God!

 

You are loved and valued, and we are grateful to have you as part of the church family.

 

With gratefulness and dependence on God,

Marc

2nd April 20

Click here for a useful guide to reflective bible reading from The Scottish Bible Society.

Welcome Worship Witness

Welcome to the website of St. Madoes & Kinfauns Parish Church.

 

Our mission is to be a Christian church of people that:

  • glorifies God and fulfils His plan for our community and beyond,

  • acts as a focal point for the worship of God and Christian fellowship and

  • spreads the Good News of our Lord Jesus Christ to all people.

 

We strive to achieve our mission through: our worship of God; the welfare of people in our community; Christian education to people of all ages; witness and outreach activity; the communication of Christ’s love and welcoming all people into our Christian family.

 

Sunday Worship @ 10.30am.

Communion is on the last Sundays of January, April and October at 10:30am.

Home Communion can be arranged at any time by request to any Elder or the Minister.

We are part of a Parish Grouping, and in deferred linkage, with Errol linked with Kilspindie and Rait. Click on their name to open their web site.

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