SERVICES ON SUNDAY
19th September 2021
9.30am Dull and Weem – led by Peter Hobbs
10:30am Logierait– led by Rev. Richard Campbell
NO LONGER A NEED TO RESERVE A SEAT – PLEASE JUST COME ALONG TO LOGIERAIT
10:30am Aberfeldy – led by Rev. Neil Glover
NO LONGER A NEED TO BOOK A SEAT – PLEASE JUST COME ALONG AND JOIN IN OUR WORSHIP
(Room 920 598 9200, password 316316 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9205989200)
YouTube– led by Rev. Neil Glover
Now in our new shortened format, head to the Upper Tay Churches YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpA-Ianua69JOCtTV2zBDxw)
Still an essential service for some of us – Dial in on 01887 440446
A few things to remember for life in this part of the lockdown
– Please, if you can, take your smartphone to Church, and you can check in using the QR code
– hymns books and hymn sheets will be made available, or you can bring your own,
– We sing albeit through masks (the sound has been pretty good considering)
– And as ever, if you have any COVID symptoms please (and I hate saying this!) don’t come along to physically gathered worship, but join via zoom, YouTube, Dial In
– It’s 1m distancing
– Children are of course welcome, but we haven’t yet got specific programs for young people
– No coffee or teas yet (alas). We continue to keep abreast of the current guidelines from the Church of Scotland
Sunday Club activities
Sunday 19th Sep 2021
Our Sunday Club is Back online
Sunday Club Page
12th September 2021
Please see Facebook Page
See the Guild page for a letter from the convener
gift from and to the Parish….
“Poems from the Parish” is a Poetry Book put together by members of GLS Church as an exercise in corporate engagement with our church family and is designed to be a fundraiser for the work of our congregation.
If you are interested in owning your own copy, please contact us via the website email address here or contact a Church elder.
The cost of the book is by donation and entirely voluntary. Each book contains guidance on how this can be done.
Information from Church of Scotland
Advice for Churches: COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Updated 17 March 2020 Worship – Cancellation of Services
The Scottish Government now advises that people should minimise social contact by avoiding crowded areas and large gatherings, including religious congregations, and smaller gatherings.
The Church of Scotland now asks, in the strongest terms, that all gatherings for worship should cease until further notice, with effect from Tuesday 17 March 2020. Other Scottish Churches are taking similar actions. This obviously includes Easter services. Some Presbyteries have already instructed this action. This will include, but not be restricted to: house groups, meetings for youth work, and church cafes. It will still be possible for an individual to offer a live stream of a sermon and prayers. Further information on live streaming, including information on copyright, can be found in this circular on the Law Department’s webpages here. Sunday broadcasts of a weekly service take place on Radio 4, and also on Radio Scotland; other radio stations are available. Several churches currently offer live streams or recorded services; a list can be found on our website.
Several churches live stream or post their services online. You can find a list of these on our Kirk services online page
The Moderator, the Right Reverend Colin Sinclair, along with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and other church leaders, has issued a call for a National Day of Prayer; more details can be found in the news section of our website.
Best hygiene practice should continue to be observed in all pastoral contacts.
Updated advice is available from NHS Scotland.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- Use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available
- Churches can underline the importance of hand washing by ensuring that hand sanitisers are not available in toilets where soap and water can be used
- It is particularly important after taking public transport to use sanitiser on your hands
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
- Carry tissues to catch coughs and sneezes and bin the tissue
- If you feel unwell, stay at home, do not attend work or school
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces in church buildings
Information from A Calder, Clerk to the Session, GLS Church. 14/03/2020
Minister: GLS, Aberfeldy, Dull & Weem Rev. N Glover
Contact Details: Minister-NGlover@churchofscotland.org.uk
PA to NGlover- Judy Ewer, contact:
email@example.com or 07836 565 528
Session Clerk GLS Andrew Calder, 01887 840209
Access to Logierait Church- Stewart Sherriffs, 07730848820
Important Dates for the diaries: please see events page.
“Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved- you and your family”. Acts 16 v31
Join us each Sunday and you will find a warm welcome.
for any assistance please contact Judy Ewer
Minister: Rev Neil Glover
Church email:- firstname.lastname@example.org
Judy Ewer, PA to Neil Glover, email@example.com Mobile 07836 565 528
For urgent pastoral matters please contact:- the above
Grantully, Logierait & Strathtay Parish Church of Scotland Charity Number SC 004275
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