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Mid-week and Sunday Reflections

Thursday 22nd October

Mid-week reflection from Kirsteen Marcelin

Sunday 18th October

Kirkliston Parish Church Sunday reflection with Alistair Barton, prayer from Linda Moss, and bible readings from Moira Gaynor.

A Church of Scotland edict announcing forthcoming preaching by a sole nominee for the post of Minister of Kirkliston Parish Church is also read to the congregation by the Session Clerk.

Bible Passages: Mark 12:28-34, and Matthew 25:31-46

Thursday 15th October

Reflection from Rachel Hawkins.

A reminder that God is with us even in the darkest times.
God will never leave you or forsake you.

Deuteronomy 31:6

Sunday 11th October

Kirkliston Parish Church Sunday reflection with Rev Dr John Cowie, prayer from Morag Carnall, and bible reading from Christina Pearson.

A Church of Scotland edict announcing forthcoming preaching by a sole nominee for the post of Minister of Kirkliston Parish Church is also read to the congregation by the Session Clerk.

Bible Passage: Exodus 32:1-14

KIDS@KPC

This week we find out when Paul and Silas go travelling…..

LITTLEKIDS@KPC

This week we are learning about Elijah and one of the amazing things that happened…

Thursday 8th October

Mid-week reflection from Kirsteen Marcelin.

Sunday 4th October

Sunday reflection at Harvest Thanksgiving with John McPhee, a prayer from Helen McPhee, and readings from Alistair Barton.

Bible readings;

  • Psalm 104:24-35 – in The Message bible
  • Romans 8:18-22 – from the NIV bible

Thursday 1st October

“Have you ever stopped to think about how much Jesus loves you? The lengths he went to show His love for you? Jesus says “And now I give you a new commandment: love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.” John 13:34

This is the third episode in our series ‘Letters to the Church’ based on Francis Chan’s book.”

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