This Sunday we are delighted to welcome back the Revd Dr Lina Toth (Andronovienė) as our visiting preacher. Lina is originally from Lithuania, but is now the deputy principal of the Scottish Baptist Theological College in Glasgow.
Our regular Sunday gathering is currently happening online only, but it is not just a streamed telecast. Like our usual service, it is a highly participatory inclusive and healing blend of ancient and modern spiritual practices. For details of how our online liturgies are working and how to participate, see this page.
All welcome, regardless of age, race, religion, capability, sexual identity, or immigration status.
After the service, we would normally share in a light evening meal together, but we haven’t worked out how to serve soup and bread online!
Bible Readings for Worship this Sunday
1 Thessalonians 2:17-3:8
The Revd Dr Lina Toth (Andronovienė)
On the Feast Day of All Saints the Church especially remembers and gives thanks for those who have gone before us in the pathways of discipleship, “all those who have died in the hope of resurrection”. On this occasion each year, we gather to worship God with three other local congregations. A festive supper will be served afterwards. This is part of our annual cycle of four ecumenical services, with each church hosting one.
1 John 3:1-3