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“God is light; In him there is no darkness...”  

[1 John 1:5]

Dull and Weem Parish, Church of Scotland

Sunday Service 9 30 am.

Minister : Rev. Neil M Glover

Senior Elder : Mr C. Thom

Roll Keeper : Mr T. Pringle

Session Clerk : Mr P. Hobbs

Treasurer : Mr R. Chadburn

Youth Worker : Jamie Pringle

Mobile 07399 589422   e mail jamie.pringle@me.com

PA to Rev Neil Glover : Judy Ewer

Mobile 07836 565528  e mail judy.ewer@adwgls.org.uk

 

Link to Church of Scotland congregations of the Upper Tay, and of Tenandry Sunday Service 5th July 2020.

 

 

 

 

 

Linkage newsletter 2 .7. 20

 

 Sunday services - 5 July

 

 There are going to be two YouTube services available to us this week:

 

Morning Worship with Rev. Robert Nicol and an Evening Service with Rev Geoff Davis. Once again please accept our apologies for the technical difficulties we experienced last week.

 

 Fortingall Parish Church with Rev. Robert Nicol

Traditional YouTube

Sunday morning onwards

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpA-Ianua69JOCtTV2zBDxw

 

Traditional Dial-In

Sunday morning onwards

Dial 01887 440446

 

Contemporary YouTube

None this week

Contemporary Zoom

None this week

Post-service Zoom chat with Robert and Neil and biscuits

11:30am Sunday

 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9205989200

 

or Zoom from tablet or phone:
Zoom meeting room 920 598 9200

 

*** Contact us if you would like dial-in details for the Zoom Coffee and biscuits


Evening Service Rev. Geoff Davis

Traditional YouTube

Sunday morning onwards

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpA-Ianua69JOCtTV2zBDxw

 

Traditional Dial-In

Sunday morning onwards

Dial 01887 440446

Contemporary YouTube

None this week

 

Communication

 The Covid 19 group continue to meet weekly; in addition a wider Upper Tay group consisting of the Covid group, a further representative from the eldership in the individual churches, the preaching team from the linkage as well as the Upper Tay catchment and Kinloch Rannoch has met to look at the process of opening up the churches for prayer, funeral services and marriages in the first instance. The constraints are considerable as you will be aware from the guidelines already sent to people. There are therefore no immediate prospects of the churches opening (except possibly Dull & Weem for private prayer on an experimental basis) but the wheels are turning to see how things can be managed safely according to both Scottish Government and Church of Scotland guidelines.

 

As part of the process a Questionnaire is being sent out to see what "Doing Church" (as in the guidelines from 121) might look like. I trust that you will take the opportunity of making your views known when it lands in your in- or letter-box. This will be accompanied by a letter from the Interim Moderator explaining where we are in the process of trying to return to what is likely to be a different way of 'doing church'.

 

 

The Community Larder

This is continuing to serve people and the demand has remained constant, with some people being added as well as some others coming off the delivery list.

 

 

 

From Rev Harry Mowbray

Matthew 11:28-30

28 Come to me, all who labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.30 For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light."

 

 

Lord God

we come here now, people of many families, remembering different experiences. 

We come, though, as one people – your people.

in the moment of dread and despair, we have heard you weeping with us in our grief;

in the moment of exhilarating delight, we have heard you laughing with us in our joy;

in the moment of bewilderment and confusion, we have felt the steady heartbeat of creation;

in everything that matters, you have been beside us, allowing us to glimpse the wonder of your reality, even when we have not recognized your presence.

Eternal God,

Accept our praises,

for we are filled with wonder at your glory and your love.

Amen

 

Clerk to the Session -Dull and Weem: Peter Hobbs : peter.hobbs856@gmail.com

 

Session Clerk-Grantully, Logierait and Strathtay-Andrew Calder: a.a.calder@ed.ac.uk tel. 01887 840209

 

Session Clerk _Aberfeldy -Angus Macdonald: angusmacdonald910@btinternet.com

tel. 07783 303367

 

Judy Ewer: judy.ewer@adwgls.org.uk  tel: 07836 565528

 

Yours in the love of Christ,

 

Rev.Harry Mowbray, Mr.Peter Hobbs, Prof. Andrew Calder, Dr Andrew Todd, Mr.Angus Macdonald, Mrs. Judy Ewer

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Visit Us

Dull and Weem Parish Church is be found on the west side of the river Tay in Highland Perthshire.

Follow the road, from Aberfeldy, Crossing the historic Wade's Bridge, and continue down the avenue towards Weem.

As you enter the village of Weem, you will find the church on the right-hand side of the road. 

“Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need” 

[Hebrews 4:16]

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March 24, 2020

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