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This week’s Harvest services and other news

Dear friends,

This Sunday is Harvest. I know it's not going to be the same as previous years, but hopefully it will still be a fruitful time of thanksgiving. Elsewhere on this site is a paper copy of the main service as well as October's magazine.

I also want to say a little bit about plans for use of the church building. Our Elders have just given the go-ahead for the installation of a camera and related broadcast equipment in the building. The cost is approx. £2,500 and thank you for the donations people have given specifically to help meet this cost. Thank you so much.

All being well, the plan is that the 12.30pm service in the building on 25th October will be broadcast as a trial run. If that goes well, then the 11am service on 1 November will take place in the building. This will hopefully mean that by Remembrance Sunday (8th November) we will have the service both in the building and online so that we can worship together. I hope this makes sense. 

Thanks for reading all of the above. Sunday's details are below (and on Please keep spreading the word and join us in as many of the below services as you wish.

9am - Prayer Time

All welcome.

10am - Columba Kids! (Zoom) - "Harvest Celebration"

A twenty-minute service for children. Songs, stories and prayers.

11am - Main Worship Service - "Harvest Festival"

Our main service lasting up to forty-five minutes using Ruth 2: 1 - 12. All welcome. & paper copy attached

12.30pm - Worship Service (church building) - "Harvest Festival"

A half-hour service using John 6: 24-35. We will be following all government guidelines. Parking at Rouge Bouillon School.

With very warmest wishes,


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