The service for Sunday 29th November will be at Townhill Church at 11.30 am. Led by Pauline Robertson DCS, who is a chaplain with the Sailors' Society.                              Please note that there will be no service broadcast this week.

The service for Sunday 22nd November can be found at the link below. It’s in the form of a playlist so you can find the parts you want to listen to, sing along with the hymns, or watch it all.
The service includes readings from the book of Jeremiah (chapter 36, and chapter 31), and a celebration of Holy Communion.

 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLX_Yom2fP9Wt1qLTvD44_De1D3k_TtR9y

The sermon and the celebration of Communion can be found  in the videos below (or click on the link above to watch the whole service.

Our new Messy Church video for November is here ⬇️ with Forbes and our minister Jean. We hope you enjoy it.

You can watch the whole service for Sunday 15th October by clicking in the link below and following through the playlist.

 

the readings are Isaiah 6:1-8 and Luke 5:1-11

 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLX_Yom2fP9WuKsld1Ghqgm8O_TSw6yRtD

Some of our Messy Church children and their gran, have been busy watching our Messy Church video, and doing the crafts. If you would like to take part, you can find the video below. Please do send us your photos too (with permission to use).

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Our Mission Statement


Townhill & Kingseat Parish Church seeks to proclaim the grace and mercy of God through the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and in the power of the Holy Spirit. We also seek to share His amazing grace and love within our Church, and by reaching out into the wider communities.

 

Our Vision Statement

Our Vision is continually to:

  • Be open in our approach to worship, seeking to ensure that it is relevant to all generations.
  • Live as God's community, caring for one another and serving those in need.
  • Grow in our relationship with God as we meet, pray and study the Bible together, encouraging one another in using their God given gifts and talents.
  • Provide a spiritual home where all are welcome.
  • Engage with the wider community, reaching out to them with the message of Jesus Christ.

Tuesday 24th

Daniel 2:1-6, 26-45, Nebuchadnezzar's dream,

Or read Daniel 2:1-49.

 

Wednesday 25th

Jeremiah 37:1-2; 38:1-13

Jeremiah in the well

Or read all of Jeremiah 37 & 38.

 

Thursday 26th

Daniel 3:8-30,

Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego.

Or Daniel 3:1-30.

 

Friday 27th

Jeremiah 39:1-10, 

The Fall of Jerusalem

Or Jeremiah 39:1-18.

 

Saturday 28th

Daniel 5:1-8, 13-31, 

The writing on the wall.

or Daniel 5:1-31

 

Sunday 29th

Daniel 6:6-27.

Or Daniel in the lions' den

 

Monday 30th

Daniel 7:1-3, 9-18

Daniel's visions 

Or Daniel 7:1-28.

 

Tuesday 1st December 

Jeremiah 52:1-16 The Fall of Jerusalem

Or Jeremiah 52:1-30.

 

Prayer for today 

Almighty God,
who sits on the throne;
we are in awe of your majesty,
which is greater than anything on earth.
Higher than the tallest mountain,
deeper than the deepest sea.
We wonder at your holiness,
and that you care for us.
We are only a tiny speck in this vast universe you have made,
and our lives are over in the blink of an eye;
yet you involve us in your plans.

Thought for the day (Isaiah 6:1-8)                                          Isaiah the prophet, lived through a time of change. The ruler of the nation, King Uzziah, had just died having reigned for 52 years. Fifty two years of stability came to an end, which in itself must have been unsettling. Not only that, Isaiah lived in a time when his people's Assyrian neighbours were the most powerful of all the nations, and a terrible threat. It’s at this time of uncertainty that Isaiah sees God upon the throne. The earthly king may be dead, but the heavenly king is alive and reigns on high. In this chaotic time we are living through. God still sits high on the throne,  surrounded by angels! Kings and queens and earthly rulers don’t last forever, pandemics will come to an end, but God is eternally ruling from on high. There is a sense of comfort and assurance in this.

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23rd November 2020

 

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