Order Of Service

Pitlochry Church of Scotland

17 February 2019 at 10.30am

 

 

 

 

Welcome to our Service of Worship

which will be led by the Rev. Mary Haddow


Our Organist is Douglas Fergus

Our Reader is David Wilkie
 

 


 

 

Welcome

A warm welcome is extended to all, especially those who are worshipping at Pitlochry as a visitor or returning after an absence. We thank you for choosing to join us today and trust you will be comfortable in our midst.   If you are joining us as a visitor, please make yourself known to the Minister or one of the Duty Elders.  It would also be great if you signed our visitors’ book which can be found in the Porch area of the church.

The Church is fitted with a loop system.  If you use a hearing aid, please change it to the “T” setting.

Both Words only and Large Print copies of CH4 are available in the Porch.  Please ask someone on welcome duty if you require one.

Tea, Coffee and Juice are served in The Tryst (the church halls) - after the service.  An invitation is extended to all as we gather to meet and mingle.  Please do join us if you are visitors for this time of friendship and fellowship.

Tryst for Prayer

 

Tryst for Prayer meet weekly on Wednesdays at 10.00am in The Tryst Lounge.Open to all.

Prayers are offered for personal, local, national & international situations.  If you would like someone to pray for you and your situation just let us know – every personal situation is held in confidence.


Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or drop a note through the letter box of the church marked – For Prayer, or speak to the minister after the service on Sundays.

 

 

    

Choir Introit: MP876  Let the song go round the earth

 

     Welcome and Church News

 

Call to Worship

L:   Jesus says ... I am the Way for you

All:  And so we come to follow Christ.

L:   Jesus says ... I am the Truth for you

All:  And so we come to dwell in the Light.

L:   Jesus says ... I am the Life for you

All:  And so we come, leaving behind all else to which we cling

 

 

Praise: CH4 96  You are before me, God, you are behind (Tune Highland Cathedral CH4 336)

 

Prayer

 

The Lord’s Prayer

 

Our Father,

who art in heaven

hallowed be thy name,

thy kingdom come,

thy will be done

on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread

and forgive us our debts

as we forgive our debtors.

And lead us not into temptation,

but deliver us from evil,

for thine is the kingdom,

the power

and the glory,

forever ...  Amen.

 

Talk

 

 

Praise: MP 376 Jesus put this song into our hearts

 

Bible Readings:

Psalm 119:105-112      (Page 620 in the pew Bible)

Ephesians 4:17-32  (Page 1175-6)

 

Reflection:  Paul – The big change

 

Praise: CH4 559  There is a Redeemer

 

 

Offertory

 

Offertory Prayer

 

Prayers for others

 

Praise:  CH4 722 Spirit of God, come dwell within me

 

Sermon:  Lighting up time

 

Praise CH4  392  When I survey the wondrous cross

 

Blessing

 

Sung Response : MP 935

To You, Great Lord, the One-in-three

all praise for evermore ascend,

O grant us in our home to see

The heavenly life that knows no end.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intimations

 

Communion Duty rota

Elders please collect Communion Duty sheet from the front of the church. 

Thank you.

 

Tuesday 19 February

PKAV Carers Hub & Perth & Kinross Health & Social Care Partnership will be holding a Information stall, in The Tryst , to help to meet the needs of Carers in our community. Please come along to find out what support is available, or to take leaflets away for a carer that you know.  We provide support to unpaid carers in the Highland area, by helping them to overcome the challenges that being an adult carer can bring. For further details, please call:

01738 567076 or 01796 474600. Tuesday 19 February 10-12.00noon and Thursday 21 February 1-3.00pm

 

Wednesday 20 February

Tryst for Prayer 10.00am

Coffee & Chat 10.30am

Talent Group Meeting 10:30am

Choir Rehearsal 6:25pm

 

Thursday 21 February

 

Tryst Table Tennis meet in the Hall from 2 – 4.00pm.

 

Saturday 28 February

Tryst Walking Group

Murthly Castle Grounds

Starting near Gellyburn, 5 miles south of Dunkeld, a circular walk around the grounds of Murthly Castle on generally flat tracks and grass and tarmac drives. 

Distance 6 miles.  OS map 52.  Contact: Maureen Holmes 473153.

 

World Day of Prayer is a prayer movement with an annual service held on or near the first Friday in March (1st March 2019).  It is interdenominational and ecumenical and for all ages.

 

Throughout this service, written this year by the women of Slovenia, we hear stories which reflect their history and situation today and are invited in this year’s theme to 'Come - Everything is Ready'.

In a story Jesus told about a great dinner, the invitations are rejected, and then given to people on the streets.  However, there is still room and more invitations are given out until the celebration can begin.

By the beginning of March all the arrangements and preparations for World Day of Prayer are ready and, invitations are given.  We should ask who is missing from the table in our communities?  How can we include them?

As in the story, all are invited.  World Day of Prayer is for everyone.  Will you accept our invitation?  In Pitlochry the service will be held in The Tryst at 2.30pm on Friday 1st March.  A warm welcome awaits you. For further information please contact  

Katie Young.

 

Sunday 3 March at 10.30am.

We will celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion

 

 

Elders Conference Lunch, in The Tryst Lunch 12.00, Conference 1.30 – 3.30pm

 

Zip Wire – If you cast your mind back you might remember that our minister volunteered to take part in a Zip Wire Challenge to raise funds for CrossReach.  If you kindly sponsored her endeavour, this is to let you know that she completed the challenge and that sponsorship monies are now due.  Thank you to all who have contributed.

 

The Tryst Book Shelf is stocked with second hand books on the subject of Christianity, to raise funds to send around the World. Please visit The Tryst to take a look, there may be something just for you!

 

CAP Fundraising Quiz

Thursday 28 February (7.30pm for 8.00pm start)

Once again, CAP Highland Perthshire are delighted to be hosting the Quiz Night at the Aileen Chraggan Hotel, Aberfeldy.  This is always a great fun night and a good opportunity to raise vital funds for the work of CAP locally.  We are looking for teams (of up to 6 people) for the night although you can come on your own and we'll put you into a team.  If you'd like to come along please let us know.  Entry is £10 per team - less than £2.50 per person.   Also if anyone has items that could be used for the Raffle on the evening we would be very grateful if you could hand these in to us as soon as possible.

Contact: Pam Thomson, 07387 598804 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further details

 

 

Pastoral Care

 

If anyone would like a visit from the Pastoral Care and Fellowship Group, please contact Romilly Carter

  

   Sermons:

Listen again to the sermons on line by clicking on the icon on the home page.

Service for the Housebound:

Recorded copies of the Sunday morning service are available on CD for those unable to get to

church.  Please enquire at The Tryst Office for further details.

   Church Office - The Tryst:

Telephone:   01796 474 010

   e-mail:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

  This Order of Service can be downloaded below as a pdf file

   Web address:

   www.pitlochrychurchofscotland.org.uk

   Minister:

   Rev Mary Haddow 

  

   Joint Session Clerks:

   Mrs Ginnie Wilkie

   Mr Hugh Mackintosh

   

Scottish Charity Number: SC 008361

 

 

 

 

 

 

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