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  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.

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The minister is happy to be contacted anytime.

This Sunday harvest and ordination of elder

Tuesday 7pm Bible study in the hall

Wednesday Knit and Natter

Sunday 3 October communion

Prayer Diary

Supplementary Notes for w/c 22 September


Autumn: Wednesday is technically the first day of autumn with the prospect of autumnal colours. We should give thanks to God for the changing seasons and appreciate the beauty of His creation, particularly in this year when” Climate Change” hits the headlines.


Climate Change: Virtually every week, this claims the headlines. We pray for those in government who have to deal with the outcome of rising gas prices, shortage of carbon dioxide, empty shelves in supermarkets, protests on the M25.


Extract from Psalms - David

Life for David, was fairly turbulent at times, but he trusted in God to get him through every situation. This is his experience in Psalm 18:28,29. “You, O Lord, keep my lamp burning; my God turns my darkness into light. With Your help, I can advance against a troop; with my God, I can scale a wall.” There are times in life when we feel that we are up against a brick wall. Take encouragement from David to scale that wall with God’s help.


Helpful Hymns: Up against a brick wall; then -  

“Are we weak and heavy ladened, cumbered with a load of care? Precious Saviour, still our refuge, take it to the Lord in prayer. Have we trials and temptations? Is there trouble anywhere? We should never be discouraged; take it to the Lord in prayer. Can we find a friend so faithful, who will all our sorrows share? Jesus knows our every weakness – take it to the Lord in prayer.”


Kinlochleven: The Sunday morning service celebrates Harvest Thanksgiving. The earth faithfully provides us with food throughout the seasons. We thank God for all those in the “food chain” who richly provide us with our daily food.


Elders: Churches are blessed with those who work with the Minister to look after the spiritual affairs of the church, provide services of worship, and pastor and support members of the congregation – and indeed, those in the community. On Sunday, Ella Headden is ordained to serve as an Elder in Kinlochleven.


This coming winter: We pray for all NHS staff as they prepare for whatever situation arises over the winter months.r 2pm in the hall all welcome

The next prayer meeting is on Tuesday 28th  at 7pm continuing in Mark  all welcome


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

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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.