2nd October, at 7pm on Zoom – Roddy Macpherson – Mourning the Queen – Roddy will explain his impressions of the religious significance of the events of September 8th
9th October, at 11am in the church and on Zoom/Facebook – Ruth Gregory – Where there is life there is hope – With tensions in Ukraine and around our world, on what foundations can we base our hope for avoiding disaster?
16th October, at 7pm on Zoom – Alastair Moodie – Spiritual ecology – How may our relationship with the natural world inspire our spirituality? In what ways is the ecological crisis a spiritual crisis? How do we connect with this at a personal level?
23rd October, at 11am in the church and on Zoom/Facebook – Lyanne Mitchell – ‘Think on these things’ – Lyanne will be exploring the passage from Philippians 4 verse 8 … and what it means for us, here and now
30th October, at 7pm on Zoom – Geoffrey Levermore – Fifth Sunday address/discussion – based around his article in The Inquirer of July 2022. All potential discussants are welcome and invited to listen to the address and join in
Every Wednesday a small informal drop-in group meets at 7.00pm. (Currently meeting on Zoom) “What you say and hear here, stays here”. Some weeks we plan together what will be happening in the following weeks. All members of the congregation and their friends are welcome to turn up and walk in.
Here are examples of our activities:
- Sharing and discussing a particular interest, thought, feeling or concern. It doesn’t have to be spiritual or religious. Anything under the sun goes!
- Arranging to attend a particular film/lecture/ theatrical production/ talk together and discuss its meaning and importance later at the meeting.
- Planning an outing/walk on a Saturday to a place of interest. eg Doors Open Days, Scottish Agricultural Museum and Kilmartin Glen in Argyll.
- Reading a play, sharing an interesting newspaper or magazine article, playing favourite music etc.
During the pandemic a variety of social meetings have been organised by our Social Convenor Ruth Gregory.