Church services will resume in September 2020. Please see the summary below for each week in September.
Below is a summary for each week. These have been continued into October but, as we will review things before then, please remember to check what is happening nearer the time.
Sunday 6th – 9.30 service Pencaitland. 10.45 Online Devotions.
Sunday 13th – 9.30 service Ormiston. 10.45 Online Devotions.
Sunday 20th – 9.30 service Pencaitland. 10.45 Online Devotions.
Sunday 27th – 9.30 service Ormiston. 10.45 Online Devotions.
Sunday 4th – 9.30 service Pencaitland. 10.45 Online Devotions.
Sunday 11th – 9.30 service Ormiston. 10.45 Online Devotions.
Services – Important Information
We look forward to welcoming you to any/all of these services. There are a number of obligations we are required to fulfil in holding services. There are also a few further requirements we have had to put in place in order to keep people safe and facilitate the smooth running of things.
BOOKING: Please let us know by 1pm each Friday if you wish to attend the following Sunday service in either Ormiston or Pencaitland, along with names of anyone else who will be with you. This will help avoid delays on entry and assist in the allocation of seats. Please note that there is a restriction on numbers. So, if plans change and you are not able to attend after all, we’d be grateful to know. If you forget to book, we will endeavour not to turn you away but it may result in delays to others. For Ormiston, please ring or email Margaret Jarvis. For Pencaitland, please ring or email Eileen Henderson. Further information about the obligations we are required to fulfil is available here.
10.45am, Every Sunday
To share with Ormiston & Pencaitland churches this weekend, please do so through one of the options below and follow the prompts. The link will ‘go live’ at 10.30am to give everyone time to join and get settled.
We look forward to welcoming you.
As it is being hosted as a Zoom webinar, there are various ways to connect digitally
If using a PC, smartphone, tablet, or iPad
Please click on the following or enter it into your browser
If this is your first time using Zoom, it is recommended to click on the link now to download the app and set things up beforehand. This will help avoid any delay in joining on the day.
Note: you do not need a microphone or webcam
Reflections for Holy week are available here
Starting Monday 6th April [please check back each day]
Prayers for the Nation
Across the country Churches and Christians have been praying for the national situation. A number of prayers from church leaders have been collated by Premier Christian Radio and put together under the title Prayers of Hope. Previously recorded for Sundays 22nd and 29th March, these prayers are still pertinent. To listen in and pray along with them, click here.
Try Praying – for those who don’t do church
As in previous years, there is an encouragement to pray this April. It is intended for ordinary folk who don’t see themselves as religious but want to try praying. East Coast Buses will carry a promotion, directing people to www.trypraying.co.uk - a website belonging to There is Hope.
Booklets and other resources for children and adults may be ordered free, or you can download a 7-day app to get you started.
Booklets are also available on the railings outside the Church. Anyone can help themselves. Please contact us if you want versions for children and teenagers.
Over the coming weeks we aim to post a number of links to particular articles, podcasts, videos etc which some have found interesting or helpful. These will be updated as and when there are new materials to post. These are available on the Lockdown Resources section of the website.