Over the next few weeks, there are a number of events and changes to the normal schedule worth noting.
New Year's Day Service
On the 1st of January, 2020, we'll hold a thanks-giving service at noon, to begin the year looking to God and giving thanks for his blessings to us as a people and congregation.
For the next 3 weeks, owing to holidays and many folk being away with family, our Wednesday prayer meeting will be cancelled until the New Year. We look forward to meeting again on the 8th of January.
We look forward to having Mr Donald Robertson with us this Sunday, 22nd December. Mr Robertson has kindly agreed to take the service to allow our Minister some family time, in lieu of a trip to India in January. More news will follow that trip.
We will also be joined by the Rev Paul Crowe & Rev James Clark (Inverness) in January with our Minister away. ng
Our monthly Bible-study meets again at 7:30pm this Friday (13th). On the day where we will go to the ballots as a country again, it will be good to meet to discuss our increasingly relevant subject of 'living proof.'
Tea/coffee and sweet pieces follow as ever and all are welcome & encouraged to come along to an informal opportunity to discuss God's Word.
On Thursday night (12th) at 6pm, a meeting will be held at Grace Reformed Church regarding the possibility of starting a Christian School in Aberdeen.
The meeting seeks to meet with those who are want to know more or be directly involved in the school.
Whether you are able to make it or not, please keep the matter in prayer. The work, while undoubtedly a blessing to kids and parents alike, involves much hard work and sacrifice.