Sermon: 27th October 2019

I am glad I am not the Pharisee  I do love listening to his stories. We all sit together you know. There’s no favouritism or deference with Jesus. We all love listening to his stories, but sometimes these parts of the stories that make us stop and think. Like this one today. And he’s soContinue reading “Sermon: 27th October 2019”

Curate’s Letter: November 2019

This month, like many others, I find myself juggling a hundred and one things as I prepare and organise the myriad of different services to and within the community here in Caithness. By the time this magazine goes to press I will have conducted four funerals in as many weeks. While not wishing to soundContinue reading “Curate’s Letter: November 2019”

Sermon from 13th October 2019

2 Kings 5:1-3, 7-15; Ps 111, 2 T 2:8-15, Luke 17:11-19 The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. I spent a couple of days recently at a thing in Inverness, I say ‘thing’ because it was not a conference, nor was it a series of seminars or workshops. Most of the speakersContinue reading “Sermon from 13th October 2019”

Curate’s Letter: October

“We plough the fields and scatter the good seed on the ground…” Words that most of us are acquainted with and a good harvest hymn. With the traditional tattie holidays just around the corner, we find that we have come to a point of year where the harvest is being brought in. On Sunday, justContinue reading “Curate’s Letter: October”