News and Intimations


This Sunday Worship is at 10am The service will be livestreamed 

 Those who wish to watch on facebook will find us at  https://www.facebook.com/KLLparish/live/  Many of you will simply use the printed sheet at home, and some will have the means to watch it but whatever it is good to remember that we are one as God’s people.

If you would prefer to receive the mailings electronically please send a message to the minister on   MKInnear@churchofscotland.org.uk

The minister is happy to be contacted anytime.

Tuesday 1pm funeral service Thomas Williams

Wednesday Knit and Natter 2pm



Prayer Diary

 



  

Below you will see Isabel's poppy fall and Chris's 90 poppies at the window for 90 years of the church.

Prayer Diary

Kinlochleven and Nether Lochaber Parish Churches

 

Friday 8 October

Lord Jesus, we thank You that our schools have been able to return to a normal regime. We pray for pupils and staff as they set out today for their autumn holiday. We pray particularly for older pupils who have to catch up on lost learning before next year’s important exams.

 

Saturday 9 October

Our Father, we thank You created us such that we can enjoy sleep and rest every 24 hours. We pray for those with sleep disorders caused by pain, anxiety, overwork or a breakdown in family relationships. The Bible encourages us not to go to bed at night harbouring a grievance. Help us to develop patience, understanding and love for one another.

 

Sunday 10 October

Safe in the shadow of the Lord, beneath His hand and power. I trust in Him, I trust in Him, my fortress and my tower. From fears and phantoms of the night, from foes about my way. I trust in Him, I trust in Him, by darkness as by day.”

 

Monday 11 October

Our Father, we continue to thank You for the NHS in tackling an enormous workload. May the roll out of booster jabs and flu vaccinations be effective in reducing serious illness this winter so that our hospitals are not overwhelmed.

 

Tuesday 12 October

We pray today O God for those who are anxious about getting through this winter with the prospect of rising fuel bills. We pray for a sense of calm throughout the world for those who influence the course of events which can lead to instability and upheaval in the supply and distribution of food, fuel, medicines and essential supplies.

 

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Thank you to those who continue to support the church with your offerings. If you are bringing or handing in several weeks’ together it’s easier if you put it together into the one envelope. Thank you to those who have set up regular standing orders. Remember if you are sending an offering by cheque make it payable to your church.