Kilmore and Oban Church of Scotland
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Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Intimations week commencing 23rd October 2016

Sunday Worshp Readings

Joel 2 v 23 - 32

Luke 18 v 9 - 14

1.      Worship: Leading worship 23rd October is Peter Mills. Peter, in his capacity as a Reader, is often away leading worship in other congregations. Each year Readers are welcomed back into their own congregation to lead a service and 23rd October  he will be sharing in this with Rev Dugald.

2.      Gaelic Service: 23rd October at 3pm.

3.      Kirk Session: Meet on 25th October (Tuesday) at 7pm. (Elders are reminded this is a Quinquennial Visitation where we welcome Rev. George Cringles and his team.)

4.      Newsletter: Material is required for the November edition by 24th October.

5.      Rev Chris will be back on 25th October (Tuesday).

6.      Kilmore Harvest will be celebrated on 6th November (Sunday). We will also be delighted to be witnesses to the Sacrament of Baptism.

7.      Family Faithshare:  30th October  We kick off at 10am with breakfast so come along.



Saturday, 15 October 2016

Intimations week commencing 16th October 2016

Sunday Worship Readings

2 Timothy 3 : 14 - 4 : 5

Luke 18 : 1 - 8


1.      Gaelic Service: 23rd October (Sunday) at 3pm.

2.      Real Advent Calendar: We intend to order a batch of calendars to be available in November. Please sign up at rear of church if you intend to take one - £3.99 each.

3.      Kirk Session: 25th October (Tuesday) Meet  at 7pm.

4.      Christian Aid Envelopes: Can be returned today with offertory or to the office on 17th October Monday morning.


Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Kilmore Kirk

With our new service time of 12 noon why not come along to worship in Kilmore Kirk on the first sunday of each month. As you will see new parking spaces are now available behind the church giving easy access to the building.

We are also planning some important events in Kilmore. On sunday 18th September we will mark the 500th anniversary of Lerags Cross with a service there at 2:00 pm - followed by coffee and cakes in the village hall. Then a trip up to the old Kilmore Kirk for a wee bit of history. In November, on Sunday 27th which is also Advent Sunday. our monthly Gaelic Service will be held for the first time in Kilmore Kirk, so come along at 3:00 pm. Then on 5th February we will have a special service to mark St Bryde, after whom Kilbryde Kirk was named.