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”

Asst. Curate’s letter: September

“Say, Pooh, why aren’t you busy?” I said. “Because it’s a nice day,” said Pooh. “Yes, but—-” “Why ruin it?” he said. “But you could be doing something Important,” I said. “I am,” said Pooh. “Oh? Doing What?” “Listening,” he said. “Listening to what?” ‘To the birds. And that squirrel over there.” “What are theyContinue reading “Asst. Curate’s letter: September”

New family service: Teddy bear’s picnic.

Sunday’s the day the teddy bears have their picnic at St John the Evangelist Scottish Episcopal Church, Wick. Children and children-at-heart are warmly invited to attend a Teddy Bear’s Picnic Service at St John’s on Sunday at 4pm. The service will include storytelling, singing and activities for children to enjoy, as well as giving themContinue reading “New family service: Teddy bear’s picnic.”