Sunday’s (18th October) service was led by third year ministry student Andrea Fraser: 

We hope you enjoy Messy Church Online with Forbes and our minister Jean.

The Sunday School children have been busy celebrating Harvest with coloured in pictures, a reading from Luke’s gospel, and a prayer. We hope you enjoy.

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.

Prayer for today

O God our Father,

We thank you for the harvest.

We thank you for the seed planted in the ground,

which shoots up green, and eventually bears fruit.

We thank you for the rich soil, the warm sun, the fresh rain,

which help that seed to grow.

We thank you for the beauty of your creation,

for setting us in the garden and giving us the job of caring for it.

Thought for the day -  a poem entitled 'No wrong answers'.                                                 What are you praying for at the moment?                                     Is your prayer for something you want  or for something you need?                                         Is your prayer for someone else who is ill or in trouble?               Or is your prayer for yourself?    Is your prayer a quiet one or is it shouted from the rooftops?         Is your prayer full of confidence in God’s goodness or is it said in the midst of doubt?                                  Does your prayer have words? Or Is it silent, or the banging of a drum, or a dance?                      Is your prayer accompanied by tears of sadness, or of frustration, or of joy?                           Is your prayer a smile of appreciation, or a belly laugh?  Or is it more of a wail or a scream?                                      Is your prayer a light conversation with God over lunch?                                        Or is it a negotiation, a struggle, a deal with God?                   Know this: God hears your prayer.                                  Every prayer.                    Heartfelt or fleeting.              Jesus says: keep on praying, keep on asking, keep on seeking, keep on knocking on that door of heaven because                     God hears, and God answers.

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Townhill and Kingseat Parish Church of Scotland

Scottish Charity Reg. No. SC008085 

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22nd October 2020

 

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