Light on the horizon

(Sunrise at Hogganfield Loch – Katharine Kilgour)

In our online Sunday morning services we’re thinking about the life of Jospeh (of technicolour dreamcoat fame). He gets sold into slavery by his brothers, then unjustly imprisoned, then misses a chance of freedom because he gets forgottten. He knows a thing or two about lockdowns…and he also knows something about trusting God, and eventually seeing how God is at work though all this. You’re very welcome to join us to hear more and hopefully to find some encouragement in these gloomy times. There IS light on the horizon, and a presence with us in the gloom. If you’d like to join us any Sunday at 11.00 am, drop David, our minster, an email at david.millerstonpastor@gmail.com and we’ll send you a Zoom link.

Also, we now have an afternoon service in the church building itself, at 3.00 pm. Numbers are limited for this, and face coverings are necessary, but you are very welcome to join us. So that we can make sure that we are okay for numbers it will help if you can contact us in advance, either by email or by phone – 07975531585 . (While we are in Tier 4, only those from within Glasgow itself may attend, though we hope that these restrictions will be lifted soon)

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